No. What I'm saying is that job creation is the solution because if you have more jobs than workers, employers have to pay more to attract those workers. Again.....supply and demand. That helps on the working side of the scale.<quoted text>
So what you believe is that the reason the rich are getting richer and everyone else is getting poorer is because the government has made it too hard on the rich guys and too easy for the poor guys?
Does that really make sense to you?
On the wealthy side, how did they get that wealth? From whom?
Sure, they have made some great money in the stock market, but not all of their money is in the market. Who is responsible for them getting all this money?
The answer is you are responsible. Not just you, but all of us here.
Sometime this week, most of us will transfer our money to the top. We might buy a Microsoft program--a multi-billion dollar company. We may stop at McDonald's, Wendy's or Burger King, all billion dollar corporations. We may buy a new cell phone, buy more cell phone service or a new set of tires. Maybe we will take a ride downtown to watch a baseball game, a field of millionaires playing ball owned by a company or person that paid hundreds of millions to buy them. But we will transfer our hard earned money to the top.
Okay, now that we electively transferred that money to the top, shouldn't government take some of their money and give it back to us? Well, they could, but then it would only be fair we return their products back to them, don't you think?
How is it the wealthy keep getting wealthier? The answer is that there are more things to buy today then let's say 30 years ago, and we bought even less 50 years ago. Most companies also do with less employees due to automation. While the initial investment might set them back, in the long run, they make out because robots don't need medical coverage, vacations, unemployment insurance, workman's compensation or have unions. Machines just work by turning them on.