Jobs? Corporations have been sitting on record cash surpluses for years.
That’s not germane to the point.
Jobs don’t just come from corporations in established industries; the traditional engine of job growth in the US is in small to medium sized businesses and new ventures. Job growth in large corporations has *always* lagged behind that of new ventures and smaller competitors to those corporations.
Hence the reason why Trump’s tax package is so important to the economy as a whole. A large corporation, because they are sitting on all that cash, can manage a 39% all-in corporate tax rate; however, their smaller competitors are stifiled by it. If you want job growth in the US, it must be facilitated by a tax scheme that doesn’t choke the baby in the crib, so to speak.
How you plan to fix that with supply-side rhetoric?
Never used any supply side rhetoric. Just good old fashioned common sense.