Symbiosis aside, the key thing is the SPHRM is correct in that it puts the horse before the cart. Therefore if you want job creation, guess what?
Yep, I'm sorry, that means you have to grow the private sector.
See, there is no public sector if there is no private sector because the private sector is the host the public sector needs. But if you look at how public sector has been crowding out the private sector you are seeing a parasite that has gone form just 3% the size of the host to now 40% (the chart below just shows federal spending, not state).
The host is frankly going into shock and dying. [...]
If you want jobs you have to grow the private sector. Which means doing things like;
1. ELIMINATING (not cut) ELIMINATING corporate taxes and BANNING THEM FOREVER
2. ELIMINATING (not cut) any form of capital gains or dividend taxes
3. Simplify the tax code.
4. Put limits on how large the parasite can grow as a percent of the economy
5. Scale down the size of the parasite itself so that the host may grow again
Monday, June 20, 2011
Symbiotic Parasite Host Relationship Model
The Captain breaks down Economics 101 so low even a five-year-old can understand it.