If you guys can indulge me for a minute though, lemme ask this. I don’t understand economic policy that rewards those who are already wealthy by letting them keep more of their money because it’s just bad math. If you’re a manufacturer of a non-luxury-good, wouldn’t you prefer to have the business of 40 million people who got to keep a little bit of their money and can spend a bit more freely, rather than the more individually unlimited discretionary spending of the elite among them? *Even* if we’re talking about luxury goods, if we’re talking about the top one percent, we’re talking about only 400,000 people? How many goods and services can a small number of people with a lot of money consume, rather than a much larger number of people who each have a bit more money? I mean logically, it just doesn’t make sense.