Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan say they have a tax plan. According to the Associated Press, they want a 20 percent decrease in all income tax rates. Ryan says they'll pay for this tax reduction by limiting loopholes and deductions.

Only problem is, as the Obama campaign and others have noted, the Romney-Ryan ticket hasn't actually disclosed which loopholes and deductions they'll cut. (May I suggest they start with some of these?)

When pressed for reasons (by Fox News, no less) why they hadn't disclosed the specifics, Ryan, who is known for his (alleged) budgetary acumen, said this: "It would take me too long to go through all the math."

Well, then. Sounds good and trustworthy to me. Plus, who cares about taxes? Tell me more about how Obama will take away all of our guns.

[Image via AP]