Tax Plan Either Presidential Candidate Both President Bush and Senator John Kerry have put forth a tax plan for all Americans, as they should. However I do not think that either candidate is presently feeling the pulse of Americans. On one hand President Bush wants to give temporary tax cuts to help spur the economy which mostly help the wealthy in this country. On the other hand Senator Kerry wants to cut taxes for some Americans, the middle class,and stick it to the wealthy by rolling back their tax cuts. In a survey recently 65% of Americans believed the present taxation method should be replace with a tax known as a "Fair Tax". Actually a Fair Tax would be a tax placed on items purchased in the marketplace. ( www.fairtax.org) In other words American wage earners would bring home over 93% of their earnings and spend them or save them as they see fit. Americans would still have deducted from their earnings the FICA Tax which supports Social Security. Americans at the poverty level or below would be exempted from taxation.All Americans would still have to file tax returns;in this way the IRS would know which Americans should be exempted from taxation. Neither the Bush or Kerry plan accomplishes what the Fair Tax would accomplish. The Fair Tax is in the committes in both houses of the Congress and it will take a lot of prodding by all Americans to get this new tax to the floor and voted on. As a member of the Fair Tax organization I urge you to contact your senator or representative and ask them to co-sign this legislation.