It turn outs that there are some tax increases that Republicans support. Not the modest increases proposed by President Obama on America's richest families whose incomes have exploded over the past two decades creating the greatest income inequality since the roaring Twenties.
No, Senate Republicans are proposing to extend tax cuts for the nation's affluent families scheduled to expire Jan. 1, while at the same time allowing a series of tax cuts for the working poor and the middle class to end.
In all, the Republican plan would extend tax cuts for 2.7 million affluent families while allowing tax breaks to expire for 13 million on the bottom of the income spectrum. Some might call this "class war."
For more detail read the New York Times article that is linked here.