A growing number of economists and journalists are saying that the math for Mitt Romney's tax plan just doesn't add up.
The Republican presidential nominee has promised to slash marginal tax rates by 20 percent, without raising taxes on the middle class or boosting the deficit. Many now are saying that the numbers just don't work.
Here are nine people who say that Romney's tax plan is mathematically impossible:
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