Florida’s U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio has attacked the economic plan unveiled by Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, because while the two Senators seem to agree on several significant points they disagree in basic economic philosophy.
Rubio’s attack on Warren comes after she released her “A Plan For Economic Patriotism” on Tuesday.
The unapologetically-liberal Senator from Massachusetts made many of the same economic observations and reached a few similar conclusions in her plan that the unabashedly conservative Senator from Florida had in his “American Investment in the 21st Century” plan that he released last month.
Yet, while also pointing out major differences also appear between the two plans, Rubio’s attack begins with distrust that a liberal Democrat could propose and succeed with a plan like Warren’s.
In a commentary he provided to FOX News Thursday, Rubio repeatedly criticizes Democratic platforms in general and progressive ideas in particular, including some that have no specific connection to Warren’s plan, to attack what she actually proposes.
“In the 21st century, we need a new policy that can build the competitive businesses of the future and create high-wage American jobs. With the release of her plan for ‘economic patriotism,’ Democratic