Rand Paul: ‘I Want a Government Really, Really Small, So Small You Can Barely See It’

‘I want lower taxes and much more money in the private sector’

PAUL: "I think what's important about the tax debate is, that we have to ask the question, where is money best spent, in the private sector, in the government sector? I want a government really, really small, so small you can barely see it. So I want lower taxes and much more money in the private sector. My tax plan, however, is the only tax plan among any of the candidates on the stage that is part of a balanced budget plan. I put forward three plans that actually balance the budget over a five-year period. Each of these plans have details on exactly where we would cut."

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