trickle down


People with chingos (a lot) of money, no, probably not you and for sure not me, are the most fearful of people like Hugo Chavez, President of Venezuela, who from the Government’s budget set aside lands in his Country so that those less fortunate would have not only homes, but a piece of dirt they could actually grow their own food from.  It’s especially troubling to them because in a Democratic society, like theirs and ours, the less fortunate are the overwhelming majority and if allowed a vote per person, they could keep politicians in power that continue that agenda for a long time.  The


Tax breaks for the rich do not create jobs, or if they do, a drop in the bucket.  Think about it, the rich person has already made it and is probably already fully invested in one or more companies.  In their endeavors, whatever they may be, they have probably reached the “point of diminishing returns”, the economic principle that establishes the point at which further investment in something results in no further gain.  In other words, having given the rich, lately called “job creators”, tax breaks, at some point probably did result in jobs being created.  The American people in this case

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