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Larry Kudlow: I Like Jeb Bush's Cheerleading on the Economy

By    |   Thursday, 05 Feb 2015 06:58 PM

Renowned economist Larry Kudlow says he was impressed by an impressive growth message in former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's policy speech this week.

"I wanted a growth message, growth, growth, growth. I want to get us back onto the long term American trend line of 3.5 percent," Kudlow said Thursday on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

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"Jeb putting out a four percent target is very good. I applaud that."

In a speech to the Detroit Economic Club as he tests the waters of a 2016 presidential run, Bush said he hoped to create new opportunity for those who "see only a small portion of the population riding the economy's up escalator."

Kudlow, a CNBC senior contributor and host of the syndicated radio program, "The Larry Kudlow Show," said even more is needed.

"I want total tax reform, lower rates and a broader base. That's an important part of the growth message and marriage and parenting is also a very important part of the growth message," he said.

"The culture of marriage and parenting is very important and of course, I'm for free market choice when it comes to education and healthcare."

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