President Obama's campaign immediately pounced after Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who released his own 2011 tax returns Friday afternoon, said he thought it was fair that his effective 14.1 percent federal income tax rate was lower than someone earning $50,000 per year because "it's the right way to encourage economic growth."
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