Bruce Bartlett thinks so. He is against the Simpson-Bowles  plan:

[T]heir preoccupation with reducing statutory tax rates without regard to the overall impact on effective rates has caused them to endorse a tax reform that would on balance substantially raise the tax rate on capital, reduce saving and investment, and hence economic growth

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