Howard Gleckman calls out partisans on the left and the right for selectively reading the deficit draft proposal:

[I]f Bowles and Simpson could just get the left to recognize that the plan is in fact a significant tax increase and convince the right that it cuts income tax rates more than at any time since Reagan, maybe they could get somewhere.

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