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Who Has the Best Tax Plan for the Economy?


The President is scheduled to hold a major news conference this morning after a week-long war of words between himself and House Minority Leader John Boehner, R-Ohio.

President Obama has been attacking Boehner and the GOP, calling their economic philosophy flawed and weak. The President wants to extend tax cuts for those households earning under $250,000, raise them on those making more than $250,000, create new business tax breaks and focus on infrastructure spending.

Earlier Boehner called on the President to fire his economic team, freeze spending and continue the Bush tax cuts. Amid all the finger pointing, who do you think has the better plan for the economy?

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