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Romney Avoids Explanations of How to Pay for Campaign Promises

Mitt Romney promised that if elected president he’d create 12 million jobs, replace Barack Obama’s health-care law and the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul, slash corporate tax rates, keep George W. Bush’s income-tax cuts and then cut an added 20 percent while balancing the budget.

The Republican presidential nominee isn’t saying how he’d pull off this feat of budgetary magic.