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Stranger Than Fiction: Can You Identify The GOP's Real Economic Proposals?

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Mitt Romney, the Republican Party's presidential nominee. The Republican Party's official 2012 platform includes some extreme economic policy positions. | AP

If someone told you that the Republican Party supports making the federal income tax unconstitutional, you may not believe him. But the Republican Party rocks some wild ideas nowadays.

In honor of that extremism, we decided to compile some of the most radical proposals pushed in the Republican Party's official 2012 platform, which was released on Tuesday. For fun, we also included some extreme proposals that are not in the official platform. Can you spot the fake ones?

Try to pick out the real GOP proposals amongst the fakes below. Then let us know how well you do in the comments.

Guess The Real GOP Proposals
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