During those years after the Bush tax cuts where the GDP went up some and government revenues went up were mostly the same years that the fed was lowering the lending rates year after year. So how do you separate out the effect of lowering the lending rate which put more $$ in the hands of investors, versus the tax cuts that put more money in the hands of Corporations who used that $$ for stock buy backs and automation and moving jobs overseas. None of which are overall helpful for the American economy and the American people?
And the Obama stimulus package put trillions into the economy and the GDP went from minus 2 to plus 2. That's a 4 point change. (And deficits went down)
Prior to the pandemic, Trump's GDP went from the 2.5 that he inherited to an average of 2.7. That's a 0.2 point change. (And deficits skyrocketed.)
So I'm confused. How can anyone other than a propagandist suggest that the tax cuts did ANYTHING for the American economy other than make the super rich richer?
Where's the beef on this?