In reference to the damaging effects of tax hikes on small businesses: not just [taxing] the share of revenue from the top tax rates, by the way, it also the share of consumption. The overwhelming majority of consumption from the top tax rates is fairly significant in the economy and we do want those people consuming in the economy. The biggest problem is there not an argument you can make about taxing the top tax rates from an economic standpoint that you can make about any other quintile in the tax brackets. They are all going to have an economic effect. In reference to the effects of the tax cuts implemented during the Bush regime: no question we had a recession, we had a financial crisis, that happened. But the proximate relationship to the economic policy tax cuts [during the Bush years] especially in , were a number of years of fairly strong economic growth and job creation that this administration would envy.