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Robert Williams

"Don't let anybody tell you it's corporations and businesses create jobs,�

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That's the statement from the person the lefties want to be the next president of the USA. Hillary Clinton is staking out her territory early on with rhetoric like this that's sure to make pinko hearts throb with delight. It's "you didn't build that" whitewashed and recycled, run through the juicer and mixed into the pinko koolaide to give it some punch.

 

Bottoms up, Komrades.

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She should get her ass kicked for saying something so damned stupid. She's not fit to lead this country.

But, regretably she will if she runs.

 

Although, on the bright side she will be an improvement over what we have now.

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Originally Posted by Robert Williams View Post

She should get her ass kicked for saying something so damned stupid. She's not fit to lead this country.



Demand creates jobs,



people with cash create demand.


you can either build a country up,



or tear it down.


Reagan's trickle down is a sham.



everyone who understands economics knows it is.



when you make people richer they don't just decide to trickle some down out of the goodness of their hearts.



and when you take from the middle to enrich the wealthy,



it lowers demand



and the economy shrinks.

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nobody that understands economics would backpedal from that statement.

 

 

 

 

 

Please enlighten me as to why it is that the business my daughter works for does not create the job she presently holds. I await your reply.

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She should get her ass kicked for saying something so damned stupid. She's not fit to lead this country.

But, regretably she will if she runs.

 

Although, on the bright side she will be an improvement over what we have now.

 

True, but that's a classic example of damning with faint praise.

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nobody that understands economics would backpedal from that statement.

 

 

 

 

 

Please enlighten me as to why it is that the business my daughter works for does not create the job she presently holds. I await your reply.

 

Spit the hook out.

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Please enlighten me as to why it is that the business my daughter works for does not create the job she presently holds. I await your reply.



there may be some special circumstances I don't know about.


what is her job?



who does she work for.


most jobs are created because of DEMAND.


a landscape company won't hire someone to cut lawns, if there is no demand to cut lawns.


and if I want to pay someone to cut my lawn,



I will.



and SOMEONE will be paid to cut it.


My neighbors and I create a landscaping job based on our demand to have someone cut our lawns.



If we decide to cut our own,



the job goes away.


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You could complete the quote as she stated it. Of course she did blow it and nobody will care what her point actually was.

 

“You know that old theory, trickle-down economics? That has been tried, that has failed. It has failed rather spectacularly.”

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You could complete the quote as she stated it. Of course she did blow it and nobody will care what her point actually was.

“You know that old theory, trickle-down economics? That has been tried, that has failed. It has failed rather spectacularly.”



I didn't even know that was the quote,



but it wasn't hard to connect the dots.


The worst part about the proponents of trickle down economics is that the supporters of the policy don't even believe it works,



it's just a talking point to justify enriching the super wealthy.


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