Trickle Down Economics (or some call it Tinkle Down...) is when tax cuts to the rich create a climate that magically rains jobs all over the land. The Bush tax cuts have handed trillions to the ultra rich and corporations so far. The Federal Reserve's Flow of Funds data shows that non-financial corporate businesses had accumulated more than $2.2 trillion in liquid assets by the end of 2011, a 46 percent increase from 2007. Banks also have been stockpiling cash; the Federal Reserve estimates that banks held $1.5 trillion in excess reserves at the end of 2011. Their coffers are bursting. Just curious, where are the jobs? Can someone reveal the secret?