Trickle down provides tax breaks to the wealthy in the hopes that they will invest in the economy and create jobs. Whether it actually works or not is beside the point but when you tax one set of people at a lower rate at the expense of a different set of people, that is redistribution.
The wealth is redistributed from the middle class and the poor to the wealthy ... The fact that trick down theory moves wealth to a small set of people does not mean it is not wealth redistribution. What is our concern is that we do not practice trickle down theory economics because it is an abject failure.
Trickle down economics. If there is anyone who believes this, I want to meet them and see weather they can actually come up with valid reasons for it. Seriously, I dont think many pollitions in the U.S. even care about the publics opionion any more. why should they? They already know that the uneducated majority will vote republican, so there is no reason to expend the energy to lie any more. I can already feel the hate from the people who read this, so i should remind you that i will only pay attention to those who display the ability to rebuttle me without attacking me directly for my opions. Thank you
Romney is again placing a mask over the Trickle Down economics that he is supporting. All this does is place all of his fancy talk so that people do not see the switch game where the rich are going to get richer and the ones that suffer are the middle and low income classes.
Trickle down economics just redirects the public's attention, making us all think that we reap benefits of some kind. The truth, however, is that the rich continue to grow richer, and the poor get what's left over. The middle class really see no benefits at all and have no hopes of joining the upper classes.
The money and resources may trickle down to the middle class, but it will take a long while to do so. A lot of it is hoarded at the top and never reaches the average worker.
The theory of Trickle Down economics would be fine if it worked, but it presently doesn't, and therefore only the wealthy benefit. If it could be more effectively implemented and monitored it would be worth while, but presently it is not a viable solution for stimulating the job market and the economy.