Umm... I'm not sure if you mean me, but I do want to comment on that.
Trickle down is one thing and I personally DO think it has it's place as a part of a wider approach. Alone? No.. It's a pack of benefits for people
who don't need more of them. No doubt. That is if we're talking about the Reagan concept of it. Whats the answer if it's NOT a part though? Trickle
UP? I'm not sarcastic....Poor people don't hire workers and middle class fill the jobs, they don't make them. That leaves only the class we're
gleefully running off?
We're beyond trickle down theory though when businesses are simply closing up and shutting down (which has been happening now on a steady pace since
late 2007 and apparently just accelerated again...not started fresh, to be fair to Obama). The lay off notices are real enough though and it's a
healthy list of them by the thousands or 10's of thousands ...each.
Merry Christmas indeed and I'll say this to be fair as well. This IS a fair way to put it....as this IS a thing actually happening right now. That
part is headline news in the business section, not theory. However. IF this is political gamesmanship and sour grape B.S., then I'd stand with the
left to see something done TO and ABOUT the businesses doing it. It's not that much different than the ATC Union strike that also effected a nation
and Reagan ended by firing them ALL. Business need pay for this too......*IF* the motivation is petty and spiteful. If it's not though, and they see
real issues I haven't taken the time to read the fine print and look for, then there ARE major problems that need addressed with whatever has started
the latest economic crisis.