An entrepreneur develops an idea for a service or product. He invests the risk of time (sweat equity) and money to bring it to market.
Every entrepreneur can be a consumer; most consumers are not entrepreneurs. An entrepreneur hires a non-entrepreneurial consumer, creating the trickle down.
Consumption is the key to an economy. Taxes and regulation are government tools that impact an economy.
Republicans are all about national security and stimulating entrepreneurs. Democrats fail to place adequate relevance on entrepreneurs and the role they play in national security.