Who Are The "Job Creators"?

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Who are the "job creators"?

  1. Large business. We need to give them everything so they can "trickle down"

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  2. Small business. We need to support them so they can build up.

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    Self explanatory.
     
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    Consumers.
     
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    Speaking of flip flops, small business didnt create jobs before they did.

    Damn democrats coudnt get their talking points together for that one. Exposing zero credibility
     
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    Both, but small businesses create more jobs early in economic recoveries.
     
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    Not true. There is demand for flying cars. Why aren't they common?
     
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    The USA! In other lands of the enslaved world to reduce the problems of tax collection on us, I think?
     
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    That is brilliant! You have absolutely convinced me that demand does not drive job creation with that example. I can't think of a single reason why flying cars are not mass produced. Not a single reason.
     
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    If by "self explanatory" you actually mean "false premise to try and prove a political point", then sure.

    The answer is C. All of the above.
     
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    It appears you can't since you haven't articulated any.

    So since we both agree that there is demand for flying cars and you say consumers create jobs, why aren't there any flying cars and how does this pertain to jobs? Are you saying there aren't consumers for flying cars?
     

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