Obama's tax plan has been pretty clear since he was running for President in 2008: Anyone making more than $250,000 would have a tax increase while everyone else will stay the same, or even see their taxes go down. While people may agree or disagree with that vision of tax reform, there is one thing I have never seen anyone clamor for: the opposite. Nobody at all seems to support a tax decrease on the rich and a tax increase on the middle/lower class. Well, apparently one person is advocating that tax plan: Mitt Romney. Source: PolitiFact PolitiFact does make the point that there are details about Mitt Romney's tax plan that are unknown, therefor the estimates are not complete. (And, what do you know, Mitt Romney is being coy about taxes.) However, it is hard to argue that this isn't severely favoring the already favored while everyone else seems to be an afterthought. Just a little surprised that I have to hear about this in a political attack ad, which I assumed was false or an exaggeration. But when it turns out to be true, the mainstream media doesn't pick up the story that the Republican candidate for President of the United States suggesting tax increases on the middle class. Liberal media indeed.