Mitt team hits Obama on economy, as Obama stumps for Buffett rule

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While President Barack Obama and his team continue this week to press the Senate to vote for income tax equity for the very rich–a cause Obama’s messengers have labeled the “Buffett Rule,” Mitt Romney’s campaign brings out its economic policy advisors–CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder, Romney Economic Policy Adviser Kevin Hassett, Ph.D., and Romney Campaign Policy Director Lanhee Chen–for a tele-press conference Wednesday morning on “Obama’s failure on the economy.”

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