Good policies result in good outcomes. And bad policies lead directly to bad outcomes. So, Obamacare and attendant taxes and penalties as policies were a disaster, and the results of it were terrible for healthcare costs and a wreck for the economy, which saw the slowest recovery after a recession ever in history and general malaise over the American public. And is normally the case with progressive policies, those hurt the most were the ones supposedly meant to be helped. On the other side, tax cuts and deregulation are good policies and, ipso facto, they are being great for the economy, businesses, the unemployment rate and wages. Yes, wages. An area where Democrats and progressives lecture us unceasingly about how the rich are the only ones benefiting from Trump tax cuts and the little guy is getting crushed while the middle class is shrinking. This is a talking point in every Democratic debate. Read MUCH MORE at. The Revolutionary Act ^ | 12/30/19 ------------ When wages grow at the high end, the MSM claims that "the economy is helping only the rich" and "trickle-down economics is shown once again to be a failure." When wages grow at the low end, the MSM claims that the economy is creating only "hamburger-flipper jobs." In both cases, they claim that "inflation is right around the corner." That is — of course — if a Republican is President. If these things happen under a Democrat president (which pretty much is impossible) he's declared the savior of the world and an economic genius who has "abolished the business cycle."