Originally Posted by Direckshun
I already did. One of the examples I used was his tax policy philosophy. He accepts the wisdom shared by conservatives with respect to the benefit of a lower-rate, broader-base tax being good for economic growth, but he's not so ideological that he's calling for a flat tax. Even if he's tinkered with the details of his taxation proposals over the past 5 years to account for criticisms from both the right and left or to account for new economic conditions, he's remained consistent on his view that lower rates and a broader base are what the economy needs.
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