DANVILLE, Ky. —
“You know I think his point is well-taken, that it’s hard to have a tax reform bill, maybe a thousand pages long, but you know I think he set the parameters for what they’re for,” Paul said.
Paul, who favors tax cuts along with spending cuts both in domestic and defense spending, did say he doesn’t support the recent Romney characterization that his tax plan is essentially revenue neutral.
McConnell said Ryan “did an excellent job of pointing out the differences here.” He then repeated Republican arguments that the Obama administration has failed to generate a robust recovery.
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