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So far, he's the only GOP candidate who says he is willing to do so.
Tax and trade policy aside, America's strengths mean the euro is not a serious long-term competitor.
The president calls himself a supply-sider and pretty much gets the theory right.
Barack Obama is in favor of nearly doubling the capital-gains tax rate from 15 percent to 28 percent.
Congress also has spending plans for revenue from a partial repeal of the Bush tax cuts.
How could the Republican candidates not mention the housing crisis or the rising risk of recession?
Both Democrats and Republicans will use AMT reform, a homeowner bailout, and China trade as 2008 issues.
The Clinton economic boom back in the 1990s muddies the case for keeping the Bush cuts.