April 16, 2012 - Senator Corker speaks on the Senate floor about the Buffett Tax. With consensus building in both parties toward pro-growth tax reform that would eliminate loopholes and lower rates for all Americans, Senator Corker today opposed the so-called Buffett Tax, saying it is "not intended to deal with deficits" and is "intended to divide." He encouraged all members on both sides of the aisle "who have spoken earnestly and sincerely about pro-growth tax reform and entitlement reform to not follow this folly of division" and "do something that is great for our country."