Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan say they won't offer specifics about their tax plan until they negotiate with Congress. Ryan refused to say which tax loopholes the Romney-Ryan ticket would close in order to prevent his across-the-board 20% tax cut from adding to the massive deficit.
"We shouldn't be negotiating the details of tax reform in the middle of a campaign," said Ryan.
"What we've learned from experience - Mitt's experience as governor, my experience doing tax law is that you don't go to Congress and say, 'Take it or leave it; here's my plan," says Ryan in the Wall Street Journal.
OutFront tonight: Former Secretary of Labor for the Clinton administration Robert Reich and Mark McKinnon, former GOP presidential campaign adviser.