I’ll let Rand Paul speak for himself.  This is the most lucid, fair and well thought out federal tax plan yet.   It eliminates fear, anxiety, conflict and overhead in our life.  The dramatic reduction in complexity alone would have a major stimulus effect.  In tax filings alone, it would save millions of man days of productivity.

Watch and share your thoughts.  To me, it’s lucid, fair and brilliant in it’s simplicity.  It can’t be manipulated. It can’t be avoided.  It doesn’t require enforcement.  No one can game the system.  It’s perfect.

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