GOP Convention, Mitt Romney Haunted By Ghost Of George W. Bush

his absence is not just physical; it's metaphysical.

That's because Bush's very existence belies two of the most critical selling points of GOP nominee Mitt Romney's presidential campaign: That tax cuts for the rich will create jobs, and that Romney is bringing a fresh new approach that can turn the country's fortunes around.

"What they want to go back to is exactly what Bush did then, and that didn't work," Full Story »

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Under Bush, tax breaks and lax regulations led to skyrocketing deficits and an economic collapse, while at the same time dramatically increasing poverty and inequality. A ... More »

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