Subject: Re: Now I've heard everythihg
> 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.??
> > >><https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-03-02/-800-billion-b
> > uyback-guess-is-latest-bombshell-in-tax-cut-debate>
> > >
> > >
> > > 500 new jobs.
> > > https://twitter.com/ScottPresler/status/971486506899660800?s=19
> 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.
....and that is indefinitely whereas the direct benefits from the Tax
cuts are finite.
Moderate! STOP thinking about my penis.