The original point was about the immediate effect it had. No one said 'permanent' that your refer to.Perhaps I missed the part where you explained how the 3 planes hitting buildings (in an of itself) had any permanent effect on the markets. Please reference the post where you went into that.
Ambigious.It works the opposite of what has been done over the last 30 years, where taxes have been increased on the middle class to pay for tax cuts for the wealthy. The only difference is that more progressive taxes allow greater stimulation of our consumer based economy, because more people have money to spend.
Me too for 32yrs but it worked for me. What did you do wrong?If I had not personally witnessed the failure of trickle down economics for the last 30 years, you might be able to sell me on its continuation. Thanks, but no thanks!
But...wealth is not taxed in this country. How will this pay for the increase in public employees?I guess you need to understand the connection between wealth and power to see how the top 1% owning most of the wealth in the country does not allow an even playing field.