The President Lays Out Plan for Economic Growth

By October 27, 2005General

President Bush was right next door to NAM headquarters today at the J.W. Marriott hotel, speaking to the Economic Club of Washington. Our boss, Gov. Engler was there. The President laid out his plan for economic growth, hit on most of our issues: lowering taxes, eliminating the death tax, getting energy prices under control, reducing our dependency on foreign oil and increasing domestic exploration. He hit a bunch of other topics along the way, too. Here’s the transcript of his speech and here’s a link to some highlights of the speech from the White House.