It’s not perfect, but it would be a step in the right direction. Yet, I think there’s no way we’ll see such legislation enacted in our lifetimes. I pray that I am very wrong.
Even the author of the legislation, Paul Ryan, has stated as much in interviews. He knows the political landscape would have to change drastically before such ideas could be passed.
The idea found within the plan that I like best is likely the area of the proposal that is least likely to see the light of day: RfAF proposes a significant and substantial simplification to our tax code.
Take a look at the proposed ideas: A Roadmap for America’s Future.
Congressman Ryan is well-spoken and likable. The video is worth watching even though it was filmed before Congress forced Healthcare down our throats. Unfortunately, Ryan was wrong on two points: the Democrats did have the votes amongst themselves, and it turns out they weren’t so concerned about their constituents after all.