The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities ran the numbers on Tim Pawlenty’s tax plan. Bottom line? Pawlenty makes Bush look like Robin Hood:


“Specifically, in 2013 the Pawlenty plan would give people in the top one-tenth of 1 percent on the income scale (i.e., people with incomes above $2.7 million) an average annual tax cut of $1.8 million — which is more than four times what they got last year from the Bush tax cuts.”