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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. does not look at the big picture. Is this because he is not interested in giving a fair presentation? In his most recent column (tax bill for government at all levels.

It took me two minutes to find on the CNN Money website that in 2006 the days needed to pay taxes ran from January 1 to April 24 and in 2007, the days needed were January 1 to April 30. So under President Barack Obama in 2014 we are better off concerning this metric of measuring tax burden than we were under President George W. Bush. It is not unusual for the right to cherry pick facts and hope that the big picture won't come to light.

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Howard S. Bernstein, Baltimore

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