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Today and then moving forward Paul Ryan's budget plan set to hit the house floor next week and are.
Next guest says that the plan may be the key really to putting a Republican back in the white house with.
More Dan -- -- here deputy editor of the opinion page.
Of the Wall Street Johnny got a explain that that's if the Republicans run on kind of the -- Overarching philosophy that you find in this budget proposal.
Yes but they are already running on the over -- budget loss -- in this budget proposal witches free market lower taxes.
The thing about Paul Ryan's budget -- in his.
There's been a lot of discontent that none of the individual candidate so they're really quite.
-- standing up to the moment that we feel it's the big moment of big decision has been made -- -- -- the direction of Barack Obama's politics for.
But conservatives -- conservative politics.
And none of these candidates has had -- wait to be able to.
-- make debt itself with Republican voters.
I'm arguing that.
Paul Ryan's budget.
Is represents the institution.
Of the house and and and of the congress it's a very serious document and finally you've got the Republican institutions -- joined to the Republican candidate -- it gives them more -- -- -- -- more about strong coherent basis to make the argument for lower taxes and -- spending let me ask one question or maybe it's actually a -- To some extent to that.
To the premise that you present that you know this budget makes it more likely that a Republican ends up in the White House maybe it makes it more likely that a Republican named Paul Ryan ends up there and -- -- supposed to want the and Mitt Romney or somebody else and twenty tall and you -- -- mind the fact that he among others he was not -- running this year.
Well I think it's that you know it -- up there on next year -- vice president -- president you think so.
Oh I think it's entirely possible I think -- report rubio still front runner but I think Brian.
You know if he is I think he understood that he had more power.
Do you thing the institutional -- chairman of the budget committee to make these arguments in a way that is much more compelling.
Than any of these individual candidates and now he's done that especially on taxes.
It -- the taxes that are the details.
They need the overarching philosophy or theme if you well and that is the role of government rally and the as you point out the the so -- American democracy and our social contract.
But I wonder if if -- candidates who are running this year that they may be lose sight of that because they always -- seems like they always fall -- -- problem.
Price our unemployment and.
All over the map that's why -- -- sixteen question -- all over the map and what Ryan has done here with the help I must say of the house ways and means tax rating chairman Dave Camp.
Is make an important distinction Obama and the Democrats believe the tax policy is about.
Getting enough money to pay for the things government does that's their theory of tax policy.
The Republicans -- which started with Ronald Reagan in 1981.
Is that a tax system ought to maximize economic growth in the economy these are two separate ideas what taxes you do I think the Democrats of basically comic Galley slave theory where everybody's just sort of roads and works the present you know -- taxes to the king's.
And whereas the Republicans are trying to come up with something that in -- people out there to use capital and by using capital create jobs in the Ryan budget makes that Chris.
Clear and that is the that is the American dream is like building something for yourself just -- -- candidate to explain -- -- hit.
May -- did you did you work -- status symbol infrared Dan thank you so much data -- -- to him from the Wall Street to.
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