Mitt Romney previews his economic plan — to be unveiled in a speech later today — in a USA Today op-ed: “I have spent most of my career in the private sector starting new businesses and turning around ailing ones. Unlike career politicians who’ve never met a payroll, I know why jobs come and go.”
Key proposals: Keeping marginal tax rates low, eliminating capital-gains taxes for middle-income Americans, rolling back federal regulations, repealing the new health-care law, promoting free trade, standing up to China, and creating more domestic energy production.
First Read: “The one potential problem we see with this laundry list is that it
doesn’t contain many new ideas. The other GOP candidates have offered
Taegan Goddard’s Political Wire