The problem with the trickle down analogy is it has true economics backward. It is the entrepreneur or investor that gets what's left (if anything) at the end. Government, workers, suppliers, all get "theirs" before the capitalist knows if there will be a profit at the end. Government keeps extracting more, reducing the possibility of any return. We get less economic activity, fewer jobs, and lower tax revenues as a result. It amazes me that with the example of Reagan there is any doubt about what works to reignite economic growth. Yet the left lives with its slogans and myths.