Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Rove on the Bush Economy

Karl Rove delivered a dynamite speech to the American Enterprise Institute yesterday, hammering home one fact after another that demonstrates the resounding success of the Bush economy.

RealClearPolitics has the entire transcript.

Here’s a snippet:

“This president believes the government's role is to create an environment where the entrepreneurial spirit flourishes and where small businesses can grow, where people can dream about owning their own home and have it become a reality.

And he believes that economic growth is created largely on the economy's supply side. The best tax cuts create incentives for people to work and businesses to produce and companies to invest.

President Bush doesn't believe government creates wealth. He understands that's done by American workers, farmers and entrepreneurs.

His economic policies, then, are tied to a view of human beings that understands the role of incentives in shaping behavior.”