Cain’s Economic Plan Is A Joke
It’s more of a slogan than plan…
Here is Sullivan’s favorite discussing what Andrew Sullivan himself has called a “joke”:
House Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan says he “loves” presidential candidate Herman Cain’s signature “9-9-9″ tax plan.
Ryan told The Daily Caller in an exclusive interview that Cain’s plan is a good starting point for debate, and shows the GOP presidential campaign season has entered into a more advanced stage where ideas — not just personalities — have come to the forefront.
“We need more bold ideas like this because it is specific and credible,” Ryan said. “I’m more of a flat-tax kind of a guy.”
The budget chairman went on to say that ideas like Cain’s plan could help shape the debate over tax reform moving into 2013.
“It’s great to see such bold ideas,” Ryan told TheDC.
It’s bold! It’s credible! It’s specific!
It may be bold, as bold as Ryan’s radical, extreme plan to redistribute wealth upward, but it isn’t credible and is in no way specific. Hell, Cain himself doesn’t even know how the plan will work.
So, Andrew. The ball is in your court. Are you beginning to see what a fraud Paul Ryan is and that his plan was in no way serious?