The Great Recession happened because the banks took advantage of the unconstitutional federal guarantee of mortgage repayment, the CRA, the CRAII, and the cancellation of the Glass-Steagal Act by President Clinton, and the Giant Sequoia of the Economy was finally toppled by $4.50 a gallon gasoline.
The Bush Tax Cuts enabled something like six solid years of positive economic growth.
What do you feel is going to happen to the economy when, in the Second Dip of the Great Rescession, those taxes are automatically re-imposed? This isn't a trick question.
Will the economy grow or shrink when the government's reimposed taxes put additional financial burden on employers?
That's the only question that matters.
No one cares about your class envy or your failed socialist ideologies.