€urophilic Trumpian Trickle-Down … in Russia, gold showers you!


By ann summers
“Urolagnia is a form of salirophilia in which sexual excitement is associated with the sight or thought of urine or urination” 

TrUmp makes it rain!


So apparently, contrary to dribs and drabs on napkins, supply-side economic theory actually works and comparative advantage in international trade extends to asymmetric information held by non-cooperative agents exhibiting moral hazard.

Also, freedom does flow like a mighty stream, except in Moscow, where it flows like the Don, and the FSB is a multi-National Enquirer. More interesting is the disinformation generated by a strategy of tension that continues as US governance gets corrupted by its usual kleptocrats.


If 1981 hits such as Endless Love and Bette Davis Eyes are suddenly bubbling to mind, it may be that Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential race evokes images of Republican predecessor Ronald Reagan, if you’re of a certain age.

His win is resuscitating the decades-old debate over whether the supply-side — derided by Democrats as “trickle-down” — tax policy Reagan championed can jump-start the listless U.S. economy.

If the supply-siders were right, then investment should have boomed when tax rates were low, and faltered when Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton raised the top marginal rate in the early 1990s. But that didn’t happen: Investment increased in the mid-1980s as the economy improved, then faded even as tax rates were lowered further. Investment boomed after the Bush-Clinton tax hikes, and increased again after the tax cuts early in President George W. Bush’s first term.

The theory: Lowering taxes for businesses and wealthy individuals leaves more cash in their pockets, spurring more investment and hiring, and the faster growth generates enough new tax income to pay for the cuts. The top tax rate under Reagan was slashed to 28% from 70%, and business deductions became more generous. About 16 million jobs were created during his two terms, and the economy grew as much as 7.3% in 1984.

Trump proposes chopping the top individual marginal rate to 33% from 40% — as well as more modest cuts for those with low and moderate incomes — and the corporate rate to 15% from 35%. The many small-business owners taxed at the individual rate also would pay 15%.

Trickle Down Economics illustration from webfail
According to Lyotard, every political economy is libidinal: that intensity has no equivalent in currency does not rid the circuits of capital of the force of libidinal investment. Intensive “exchanges” are ignorant of the constitutive negation of both political economy and natural theology since the libido invests unconditionally.[3]en.wikipedia.org/…

Wednesday, Jan 11, 2017 · 3:22:12 AM +00:00 · annieli

Apparently Orange GazBag coincidentally will decry “fake news” in his press conference on 11 January even if promulgated by his supporters, enablers, or handlers — yet won’t offset the memory of PBO’s farewell address except to remind us that there’s plenty to Resist for four years.




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4 Responses to €urophilic Trumpian Trickle-Down … in Russia, gold showers you!

  1. The jokes just write themselves. Some of this may be a disinformation campaign, but like the claims of Obama being a secret Kenyan Muslim, it won’t go away, ever. Hell of a karma blowback on the guy who started the Big Lie about Obama’s past.

  2. Terry Welshans says:

    Everything will eventually pass.

    Sorry about that. I Just could not resist.

  3. Russell says:

    Suffer the fool gladly….

  4. pete says:

    It could be Penn Jillette was right (on Trump’s hair). “it struck me exactly what his hair looked like. It looks like cotton candy made of piss.”

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