In this Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012 photo, Ed Burgy, vice president of sales and marketing for Fidanza, holds up a lightweight aluminum flywheel in Perry, Ohio. Burgy, a supporter of President Barack Obama, sees former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's plan to cut income tax rates across the board, including for the wealthiest households, as a return to trickle-down economics. "I'm 46 and I've never seen it trickle down to me," he says. "The people who own the companies - they don't trickle it down to the employees. ... Show me the proof and I'll listen to you." (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

Associated Press
In this Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012 photo, Ed Burgy, vice president of sales and marketing for Fidanza, holds up a lightweight aluminum flywheel in Perry, Ohio. Burgy, a supporter of President Barack Obama, sees former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's plan to cut income tax rates across the board, including for the wealthiest households, as a return to trickle-down economics. "I'm 46 and I've never seen it trickle down to me," he says. "The people who own the companies - they don't trickle it down to the employees. ... Show me the proof and I'll listen to you." (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
In this Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012 photo, Ed Burgy, vice president of sales and marketing for Fidanza, holds up a lightweight aluminum flywheel in Perry, Ohio. Burgy, a supporter of President Barack Obama, sees former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's plan to cut income tax rates across the board, including for the wealthiest households, as a return to trickle-down economics. "I'm 46 and I've never seen it trickle down to me," he says. "The people who own the companies - they don't trickle it down to the employees. ... Show me the proof and I'll listen to you." (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
View Comments (0)