His research results are not "just thoughts," conservative or otherwise. They are data-based facts.
Sorry J, the research conclusions are based on just his assumptions on the numbers, they are not concrete.
This report leaves McBare's assertion that Reagan's taxation ideas didn't work on thin ice.
For example, the author includes the US in the "slimmer" group and if you accept McBare's assertion, the US has kept the results too low. Remove the US from his calculations and the slimmer government group did even better than reported.
Liberals like McBare like to take shots at conservative icons despite the evidence.
Dispute the side effects of Trickle Down Economics of advanced deficit spending, mounting debt, disparity of wages, tax breaks for only part of the tax paying population and in each of its three iterations recession.
I am very happy with the safety of the ice I stand on when discussing Trickle down Economics. I have 20 years of hard proof from which to glean as much data as I wish to pull.
I note that neither of you EVER seem willing to proof your assertions back up your claims as you natter away at the work of others.
There is a whole world of official economic data provided by your government that should back your claims if they are as you suggest. Or is yammering just so much easier.
Also bottom1, if you have actually taken time to READ my posts you would know that I am a Fiscal Conservative by every definition. Not the liberal you confusingly try to assert.