November 12, 2015
By Ryan Ellis
There has been much grinding of teeth and tearing of garments over Marco Rubio’s child tax credit proposal in his tax reform plan. Senator Rand Paul attacked it as a trillion dollar spending plan in the debate this week, which is odd considering we’re talking about cutting taxes and not spending money.
The Wall Street Journal editorial board in particular seems myopically obsessed with it. It’s to the point where they and fellow 1970s era supply siders think that’s all there is in the plan. They ignore that the Rubio plan hits all the 21st century marks of being pro-growth:
Read the full article at Forbes.com: People Need to Relax About Marco Rubio's Child Tax Credit