DNC launches site mocking Romney’s tax plan

Dylan Stableford
October 16, 2012

Is this the most effective political web ad of all time? It could be.

The Democratic National Committee has launched a website mocking the Republican presidential nominee's seeming inability to provide details about his tax plan.

The site—Romneytaxplan.com—includes a set of directions on its homepage:

For a detailed explanation of how the Romney-Ryan tax plan is able to cut taxes by $5 trillion without raising taxes on the middle class or exploding the deficit, simply click the button below.

The button—labeled "Get The Details"—becomes a moving target for frustrated users who attempt to click it.

The site also features a fake Romney campaign logo (slogan: "Believe in Half of America") and a link to a page on the Obama campaign's website which claims the GOP hopeful's tax plan "adds up to a middle-class tax hike."