Hillary Clinton’s economic plan “to raise American incomes” unfortunately is nothing more than a “list of feel-good statements with very little specificity,” writes Richard W. Rahn in the Washington Times.
Hillary has said she is in favor of tax relief for families, yet, unlike many of her Republican rivals, she has failed to provide specific tax cut proposals with numbers other than extending a $2,500 tax cut for students to deal with college costs. Her small-business proposals are four, nice, general statements, without specifics.
After Mrs. Clinton gave her big economic policy speech in July, the left-leaning Huffington Post featured an article by two of its reporters titled: “Hillary Clinton’s economic speech a total letdown: Wages and inequality get lip service and not much else.”
Where is the evidence in Hillary’s track record that she won’t be more of the continuing problem than part of the cure? If you care about women, minorities and, yes, even white men, shouldn’t you vote for a candidate who is likely to “implement the highest growth policies”? Read more from the Cato Institute’s Richard Rahn here.