Re: Cutting Taxes to Spur the Economy

From: Dossy (
Date: Sat Jul 05 2003 - 19:30:31 MDT

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    On 2003.07.05, Lee Corbin <> wrote:
    > However, upon talking to yet others, I have been subsequently
    > thinking (perhaps mainly only in my mind, after all, like normal
    > people) that the phenomenon of wealth creation, in a number of
    > circumstances, indeed can be advanced by tax cuts, and perhaps
    > even by printing more money! How is this possible?

    Sey's law: Supply generates its demand. Give people money and they'll
    find a way to throw it away--err, spend it.

    Most people don't know how to save money. If they don't have to give it
    up to the IRS, they'd give it to someone else. So, tax cuts really is
    an alternate form of taxation: instead of people giving their money to
    the government who then has the burden of budgeting and distributing it
    out to government organizations, a tax cut effectively cuts out the
    government as the middle-man and sends that money directly back out into
    the economy.

    -- Dossy

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