Hence, as billionaires keep adding billions to their fortunes, the middle-class and poor are forced to pay higher bridge tolls, higher fuel taxes, higher sales taxes, higher sewage rates, etc. To add insult to injury, the "job creators" (i.e., the people we shelter from higher tax rates) are not creating many jobs, other than some crappy low-wage, no-future jobs.
We could have a new, and even stronger New Deal. We could have a federally-funded WPA to modernize and improve our utility services. Instead, we're getting wallet-draining plutocracy. So, the question is this: Is it worth paying higher taxes, tolls, fees, and fines to support trickle-down economics and white collar crime? For now, we've answered "yes." Hopefully, in the not-too-distant-future, we'll answer "no."