Candidates trade barbs on taxes
President Obama and presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney traded barbs Tuesday over a proposal that aims to raise taxes on the wealthy.
They were in two different swing states — Obama in Iowa, Romney in Colorado — but their goal was the same: a winning message on an economic issue that could decide the election.
Obama was on day two of his push for a plan that would extend the George W. Bush-era tax rates for income less than $250,000, while slamming Romney and other Republicans for wanting to extend the cuts for the wealthiest Americans.
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