The American Dream- By Marco Rubio

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The “American Dream-” that is what Marco Rubio would like everyone to accomplish during his years of presidency. Marco Antonio Rubio was born May 28th, 1971, in Miami, Florida. His parents moved to the United States from Cuba during the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista. Rubio’s parents worked many jobs to give their children a good life in America and that is why many of the things that Rubio has proposed involve being able to achieve the “American Dream” (“Marco Rubio”). After graduating from the University of Florida in 1993, Rubio went on to study law at the University of Miami. While earning his degree in law, Marco Rubio worked for Ileana Ros-Lehtinen a Republican of the U.S. House of Representatives. After he earned his degree in…show more content…
Rubio’s tax plan is to lower them and even remove some categories (Ollenstein). Marco Rubio’s business tax plan will provide a “25 percent non-refundable tax credit to any business offering between four and twelve weeks of paid family leave” (Lichtenberg). Rubio’s tax plan provides a tax relief for all businesses by “slashing corporate taxes from 35 to 25 percent”(Ollenstein). For family and household taxes Marco Rubio would cut taxes, letting taxpayers keep more of their own money instead of sending it to Washington. Replace the standard deduction with personal tax credit. Eliminate the Marriage Penalty and the Alternative Minimum Tax (Lichtenberg). It provides tax relief to the middle-class parents and families by adding a “partially refundable Child Tax Credit of up to $2,500 per child” (Lichtenberg). His healthcare plan replaces all of the Obamacare with consumer-centered reforms. The plan repeals all 21 Obamacare taxes (Lichtenberg). For college students, Rubio wants rich individuals or hedge funds to pay a student 's tuition and collect their investments back post graduation. “It may result in a profit for the investor or it may not - but unlike with loans, none of the risk lies with the student,” Rubio said (Ollenstein). “We may have to decide at some point what is worse: a military strike against Iran or a nuclear-armed Iran. I am not
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