Yes? I'm very pleased that you know him, because your policy is not in line with what he said and believed in. As you know, Frédéric Bastiat was an economist from France, born in 1801, so I don't think you had the opportunity to meet him.
That being said, he wrote the parable of the broken window, where he talked about what was seen and unseen. What you're doing right now is what is seen. We see all the money that you're giving to small businesses, but we don't see what happens when you tax small businesses to have that money and to give that to other small businesses. Frédéric Bastiat was a very well-known economist, and he said that what is unseen is not creating any wealth, because you are destroying wealth when you tax small businesses and all these corporations. We don't know how many jobs these corporations would have been able to create.
That being said, that has an impact. Do you believe in that parable of the broken window, that when you're giving money to businesses, you're actually destroying jobs in the private sector?