From Aaron Deslatte's Feb 28th piece in the Sentinel posing the comical question of whether the disastrous incoming state legislature session can create jobs (hint: they're not really trying to):
" 'They [tax cuts/credits] don't create a lot of jobs, and they don't create them quickly. But they're a step in the right direction,' said Orlando economist Hank Fishkind."
What Hank the biz community whisperer is saying, is that while the Hooverdopolos legislature's welfare-to-the-donor-class has, literally, nothing to do with the crisis, it's a 'step in the right direction' in the same sense that Nero's fiddling while Rome burned was a helpful contribution:
it's a horrible failure of leadership, morally grotesque, and stupid...but hey! Who doesn't like a fiddle tune?