I'm not entirely sure that tech/internet bubbles created jobs per se (remember in the 90s we were still losing manufacturing jobs). Think internet boosted productivity which created more profits which created more investment for more jobs. The point being unlike a housing bubble e.g. the net gain is permanent.
If you look at tax rates historically, the data simply doesn't support the notion that tax increases depress job creation. So much else comes into play.
I, unlike you, am more than capable of setting my own spending priorities. One does understand why you need an owner to set your spending priorities for you. When it comes to my work product, there is no better judge for how it should be spent than me.
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