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The supply-siders have offered more biting assessments. “With this proposal, Senator Rubio makes himself the party’s most visible ally of the ‘new’ Republican idea that the Reagan tax-cutting agenda is a political dead end, and that the party now must redistribute revenue directly to middle-class families,” concluded The Wall Street Journal editorial page. This is a rather ungenerous assessment, given that Rubio’s plan would cut the top tax rate lower (to 35 percent) than George W. Bush’s tax cuts did (36 percent), not to mention eliminate taxation on all wealth-based income, which Bush’s tax cuts merely lowered. The Journal’s oddly cool response is explained by a comment by Moore, a former Journal writer, die-hard supply-sider, and current Republican adviser, who tells Al Hunt, “The problem is the more you increase things like the child tax credit, the more you will move back to the 1960s and ‘70s tax system with higher … [Read more...] about Has Marco Rubio Finally Created a Tax Cut So Huge Republicans Don’t Like It?