Keeping more after-tax income will spur incentives for growth. Reward success, don’t punish it. And remember, you can’t have capitalism and job creation without capital. I want to hear Romney say these things.
He must loudly talk about his 20 percent personal tax reform and his 25 percent corporate tax rate. He must discuss the importance of limiting government to only 20 percent of GDP in order to leave more resources in private hands.
Obama’s convention speech was more of what hasn’t worked. Romney has a great opportunity to show what will work.
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