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Manorkill1 Manorkill1 56-60, M 6 Answers Oct 4, 2013 in Community

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Water trickles down,money less so..there is no correlation between taxation of the rich and economic growth:<br />
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http://www.faireconomy.org/research/TrickleDown.html<br />
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impossible to excerpt,there are four graphs,but its concise and compelling

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The rich wouldn't even let water trickle down, they would collect it in a container, and sell it to the poor!

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The CEO of CBA*Commonwealth Bank Australia* received a $4.8 million Bonus Yesterday, from his stockholders.<br />
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Guess they are doing well!!.<br />
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I don't believe anything trickles down, it stays in the hands of the already rich, to get richer.<br />
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And how did CBA make such a profit....from charging the little people fees and BS charges. It all trickles UP, not down.

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It depends on the corporation and how it treats its rank and file employees. Some are much better than others. <br />
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I believe in worker owned co-operatives.

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I do too, but they're scarce in the U.S. Corporate farms have had some luck with them because they have a measurable product. Service industries have some obstacles to co-operatives because you can't really manage what you can't measure, and there is no visual product.

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that has never been true.

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Mmmm... but I was dumb enough to believe it at one time.

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