This is Part I of a two-part series of posts on the presidential candidates' fiscal policies. Part II examines President Obama's plans.
As election day approaches, it is appropriate to look at what we know and what we don’t know about the two candidates’ fiscal policy proposals -- especially since it is unlikely we will get any more details prior to election day.
In many respects, the crucial differences between the two candidates are defined by their fiscal policies, and it is almost certain that the winning candidate’s fiscal policy choices will be as immediately consequential as any president’s in history.
It is difficult to overstate how little we know about where Governor Romney’s policies will lead. The basic problem is that he has...