DAY'S END ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:

With economy rallying, healthcare arguments lose bluster
Salon's Andrew Leonard says that with the economy growing again, GOP arguments about the president's healthcare legislation killing jobs seem increasingly less compelling.

Romney's conversion on abortion
Slate's William Saletan takes an in-depth look at "how, when, and why Mitt Romney changed his mind on abortion."

The debate follies
The editors of the National Review say that after a series of lowlights in the 20 debates so far this cycle, it's time for the Republican National Committee to take control.

Why conservatives are losing the tax debate

Red State's Ben Howe says Republicans erred in adopting their own version of class rhetoric warfare.


OTHER NEWS SOURCES

Obama suggests lower corporate tax

The president's suggested overhaul would drop the rate from 35 percent to 28 percent, The Hill's Bernie Becker says.

Romney suggests slashing income tax by 20 percent
The GOP candidate says closing loopholes and reductions would offset anticipated revenue loss, The Hill's Cameron Joseph says.