Last edited by Kanzaki; 10-31-14 at 02:26 PM.
I agree that her comments don't necessarily bail her out when it comes to those who don't agree with her take on trickle down economics, but on the same token I don't think it's really necessary to over do it. The most simple way I can state the opinion I have is that when we start complaining about the other party taking our words out of context, and then continue doing it ourselves, there is no real surprise when we are labeled as hypocrites. It's probably a little too idealistic to wish for that to disappear in politics of course.
Last edited by Kanzaki; 10-31-14 at 02:37 PM.
Just because this woman got through Yale Law School, it doesn't mean she knows **** from Shinola. Her notions about economics are embarrassingly stupid, and they reveal her for what she is at heart--a communist.
yes, without demand - or potential for demand - there is no basis for the employee to be on the job
but that is not what she said
her erroneous statement was that businesses do not create jobs
then who the hell does?
your employee can make five widgets a day
demand is for six widgets daily
do you, the business owner, hire another employee because of the demand exceeding the first employee's capacity
or do you streamline how he performs and/or offer him overtime to fabricate the one extra widget that is needed
just to illustrate that additional demand does not always result in additional job creation