No, it doesn't.
No...isn't that exactly what Obama proposes...tax cuts for "creating jobs?"
In all seriousness, you're conflating micro and macroeconomics to an extent. Obviously demand forecasts are important to individual corporations. You might also call these "sales forecasts." But that is far different from Demand Side economics, which in real practice does not work and does not create jobs. In actuality, Supply Side works. Supply side lowers taxes on society's producers, enabling them to produce more goods and services. This, in, turn, causes prices to fall...which creates demand, which creates jobs. We saw this clearly in the 1980s. For all the crowing about Reaganomics and its deficits, the basic fact is that it works. The economy rebounded dramatically and millions of jobs (and billions in revenue) were create despite the lower tax rates.
But you can't accept this. You cannot accept that someone making a lot of money gets a tax reduction. Like most lefties, you're counting other people's money before you even have it. To you, it's a immoral (IMMORAL!) to let a business or individual keep more of their own money. And despite mountains of evidence, you continue to fail to understand that taxation is not zero sum. Cutting X tax rate by Y does not mean Revenue=X-Y. What you fail to understand is that while we take a smaller slice of the pie, the overall pie is growing. Again though...you can't or won't grasp this. It's been tried three times, and worked every time...yet you cannot see through your quasi-socialist lenses.