GOP Shocker: Value-Added Tax Added to 2012 PlatformBarrons
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The 2012 Republican Platform calls for a complete overhaul of the federal tax system. No surprise there. But then it endorses a value-added tax or national sales tax as one possible solution to the nation's budget problems. This is shocking.