Talk:Trickle down theory

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A non-existent theory

Actually, there is no such theory, according to Thomas Sowell. [1] --Ed Poor Talk 08:25, 5 December 2016 (EST)

I must disagree. Although horribly misrepresented, this is real. It works quite simply:
  1. Government reduces oppressive fines, fees, etc. on businesses (large and small)
  2. Companies not have more capitol
  3. Extra capitol is used to buy new equipment, facilities, and materials (supporting other businesses)
  4. Extra capitol is used to hire new employees, and possibly give raises to existing workers
  5. The money which would have been taken by taxes now belongs to the employees and partners of the company.
It's a simple but proven technique--get government out of it, and let the system work! Of course, it has nothing to do with "giving" money to "the rich" or anyone at all for that matter. It's just about letting corporations (which do handle a lot of money) work towards market efficiency (equilibrium) without interference, and in so doing, pay out the "extra" money to employees of their and other companies. --David B (TALK) 10:39, 5 December 2016 (EST)