In New Hampshire (still home to no state income tax) Rudy unveiled his tax cut commitment. Keep the Bush tax cut, cut corporate taxes, index Alternative Minimum Tax, tax credit for health care (already introduced as part of his helath care commitment but in the battle of proposals with Romney they included it here as well), and expand tax free savings accounts. Rudy will argue that his record of 23 tax cuts in New York is a better record than his opponents. We’ll see if Club for Growth or other fiscal conservatives agree. However, on this issue, any of the Republicans will be better than any of the Democrats running. If there is one issue in the general election which will cut Republicans way, this is it. If Hillary is elected taxes will be going up — a lot — in 2010.
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