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DD wrote:
>Moderate wrote:
>>-hh wrote:
> >>You’re not going to get the macro-economic benefit the 
> >> administration thought it was going to get from its tax cuts. It?s 
> >> going to go to the areas that don?t stimulate growth,? said Steve 
> >> Ricchiuto, chief U.S. economist at Mizuho Securities. ?Share 
> >> buybacks are what they are. They give the shareholders an 
> >> opportunity to get the capital back and erase the value of those 
> >> who don’t.??  
> > 
> > 
> > 500 new jobs. 
> > 

500?  Is that all? 
The solar tariff bill alone killed 20,000 jobs 

> What's the price? Jobs... and the rest. 

Indeed:  the last time the Republicans tried steel tariffs (2002)had lots of 
unintended consequences and John b losses across more industries than 
merely the steel mill.

> You could yet have double digit inflation if Trump gets his way. 

That too.  And envision just how much more debt service interest payments 
are going to be:  if memory serves, the 2017 tax bill will cost each taxpayer 
household nearly $500/yr just in interest if the rate is only 4%...if that ramps 
to even only 8%, the interest alone will be roughly equal to what the bill claims 
to save each household.