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If I Were the Blue Collar Prince of America.

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(I'll tell you what I'd do. To the tune of Joy to the World written by Arlo Guthrie's cousin Hoyt Axton)


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We bring all of the troops home and take care of them and the homeless people they defend. We leave the weapons behind so countries can defend themselves. While we are training them to fly them jets and drive them tanks, we export Thanks Giving Dinners through them 900 or so military bases, with Rock Bands putting on shows as the Church feeds the people. This will go on until even people like ISSI start to smooth out and end their trash.

We take apart the Nuclear weapons which should not still exist over 2 decades after we were told we won the cold war. Hopefully other countries join in on that. $100 million a day in upkeep costs for the Bomb would be enough to take care of our VETs and the homeless they defend.

We put the Federal Reserve under the Treasury where it has always belonged, printed debt free US Notes to faze out the legal tender we have now-which seems the easiest way out of that beast (The people and States have been slow on this next part.) We open Public Banks at city and state levels, with the Post Office being the perfect place to put them. If cities and states decided, they could use the Belgium 50-50 public private set up they have at the Bank of the Post. Those Public Banks that North Dakota has had since 1919 have great potential to empower cities and states to be able to take care of themselves. They use revenues to loan to community banks which invest as they see fit in the needs of the community, returning a profit to the cities and states. After we make DC just about obsolete, we even deposit our IRS trash cash into them banks. Of course DC will still be around and we continue to send SS and Medicare cash there, and we remove the whole cap so the rich start to pay something back to the society which made them rich.

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We find a 50-50 or maybe a 33-33-33 (With people getting a cut of the profits from the green energy) set up for nationalizing natural resources, oil coal, natural gas etc. and invest the profits into green energy. We do the same with Pharma which invests the profits into the coming not for profit Health Care system.

We offer Medicare as a public option and give Insurance companies a shot at competing with it. All of the Mega Churches and the rest of them take over the Hospitals. As a public option it should quiet them who are afraid of that evil socialism word.

We may as well use Sanders idea of taxing Wall Street 50 cents for every $100 (That would be enough in making them pay back for the 2008 crash we all know they caused.) of transactions to be use to make Collage more affordable. Though, the thing I see about education is that with all this cool technology we have, it is in for some major changes for the better at less costs. Have heard MIT already has all of its courses online.

We give the Rock and Rollers a 50-50 set up with the current owners of our media. I believe lots of them musicians are many of those with insight who will shine brightly in Daniel 12:3 and lead many to righteousness which would straighten much else out.

We let Farmers grow the industrial male hemp plant for the paper, plastics textiles and bio-fuel we can produce from it. The industries which will grow out of that will be worker owned and run modeled after Mondragon of the Basque in Spain. In Mondragon the workers get 45% of the profits which they cash in when they retire, 10% goes to the needs of the community with the rest reinvested in the business through its own bank, which funds its own collage that trains its workers. Unions will join in on this worker ownership idea and show other companies how its done.

I think you all can see the direction we would be heading in. This will help make America an example, for other countries to follow, of how things are done right, which is its calling and reason for existing. When my story in this video about rocking down angels from above is proven true, it will end up a piece of cake. The photo used in this article helps explain the video and vis-versa.

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(Article changed on October 21, 2015 at 12:12)

 

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