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Publisher's Summary

Byron Goines examines the effect various entitlement programs have on the stimulation of the economy and proves cuts would hurt rather than help economic recovery.
This book is a must-read packed with information everyone should know as Byron Goines examines Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, the Affordable Care Act, Unemployment, Food Stamps, Pell Grants and entitlement programs in general, along with an examination of the current minimum wage proposal of $9 per hour by President Barack Obama.
Trickle-down economics (supply-side economics) and trickle-up economics (demand-side economics) are also examined in depth as Byron Goines lays out a hypothesis for economic stimulation which is currently being utilized to some extent within the context of entitlement programs.
This book is a must-listen for everyone wondering about the truth concerning entitlement programs, the economy and more.
©2013 Byron Goines (P)2013 Byron Goines
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1 out of 5 stars
By R Kendall on 10-05-15

Basically an anti conservative rant

Which would be fine if not full of misrepresentations. He applies the Bible incorrectly, implies entitlements are never abused (or even used) by non-taxpayers, and goes on an on and on about how horrible life would be if all entitlement programs ceased. (It would be horrid- but that's never been proposed-so that is not the issue).
It's Obama stroking, therefore has minimal useful information aside from explaining how the programs do stimulate the economy.

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