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No Faking It

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As the fiscal showdown begins in earnest, Republicans have been trying to at least sound like they're open to a real compromise on taxing the wealthy. But a closer look at what they're actually proposing shows that it is no compromise at all. In fact, it's almost identical to the tax plan none other than Mitt Romney just ran on -- and lost.

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