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#238

I know exactly what I’m arguing and it isn’t the same thing you are arguing.


#239

Still haven’t a clue how it is remotely relevant to the example I provided. :roll_eyes:


#240

I’ve got a pretty good idea of how Keynesian’s define trickle down, which is why they can make the claim that it doesn’t work.


#241

Ahhhhh!!!

But it doesn’t say how. :wink:


#242

You’re arguing that building hospitals creates jobs through multiplier effects. Well no kidding


#243

Define it then because so far you’ve been waaay off


#244

I’m confused. Did my statement have no basis in reality or not?

Seems you switched gears on me pretty hard right there.


#245

You again confuse multipliers with trickle down. Trickle down is the theory that more wealth in the hands of the rich creates larger multipliers. You’re confusing the sword with the bleeding.


#246

Keynesians define “trickle down” the same way everyone else defines “trickle down”.

Economics isn’t like partisan politics. Each side uses the same terms, with the same definitions.


#247

You are continuing to double down on your Keynesian multiplier argument.


#248

And yet ImRightYoureWrong continues to define trickle down as a Keynesian multiplier.


#249

You’ve been doing a good job with your Keynesian multiplier argument.


#250

Multipliers arent strictly “Keynesian” lol


#251

No I am not. I am saying what you are describing is a general multiplier. NOT trickle down economic policy. Damn dude…


#252

You’re out of your league bud, turn the radio back on


#253

Ok, But it is about tax cuts supplying capital. Your examples don’t include those tax cuts, which are NECESSARY for it to be an example of this supply side, or “trickle down”, theory at work.


#254

Not true at all.


#255

I have no idea what you are talking about in regards to a radio, but I’m doing just fine thank you.


#256

Define “trickle down”


#257

Saying it doesn’t make it true.