During a campaign rally speech, Hillary Clinton proved once and for all she is out of touch with reality. "Don’t let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs," Clinton stated with certainty.
When Paul Rodrick, an expert in economics, was asked about these outragous claims, he chuckled. "Where do you go when you apply for a job? Who do you send a resume to? You don't go ask an oak tree for a job. You go to a business owner and they pay you out of their own pocket."
Clinton was also quoted as saying "You know that old theory — trickle-down economics. That has been tried, that has failed. It has failed rather spectacularly." She would be correct in her statement because government is based on trickle-down economics. They steal everyone's money in taxes and what they don't spend on bombs and foreign aid rarely trickles down to the tax payers. What we have here is a clear case of taxation without representation.
The bottom line is Hillary Clinton wants everyone to depend on the government instead of ourselves and is not different than any Democrats and Republicans.
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