Obama’s improbable tax argument

Today’s Wall Street Journal publishes a column by former principal deputy commissioner of the Social Security Administration Andrew Biggs on “Obama’s faulty tax argument.” Like his imporobable history, Obama’s argument in favor of higher taxes is both staightforward and misleading. If Obama is elected president, we can count on at least two things: bad economic policy and bad foreign policy. And we won’t be able to say we weren’t warned.

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