President Barack Obama is renewing his push for raising taxes on millionaires in a visit to Florida this week.
Obama is pushing the so-called Buffet Rule
, which calls for people making over $1 million per year to pay income taxes of at least 30 percent on both salary and investments. Right now wealthy taxpayers only pay 15 percent on investment income.
As a part of its message, Obama’s campaign attacked GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney for not paying his “fair share” of taxes.
"Romney is a beneficiary of a broken tax system, and he wants to keep it that way," Obama campaign manager Jim Messina told AP reporters Monday.