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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

prosperity paradox

Americans should NOT spend for universal health care because support for all Americans should be reflexive. Insurance company profits are un-redistributed emergency funds!

Any government employee that says government can't solve health care is admitting he is contributing to the ineffectual process and is an incompetent critic that doesn't deserve their salary!

Evaluation is the approach President Obama displays with his patience in dialog rather than being sucked into the discouraging debate.

Campaign financing has manipulated away the best choices.

Money has become more of a problem than a solution.
The economy needs three branches to over-throw the monarch the FED created. Consider U.S. Notes as a democratic entitlement that could be a debt-free credit for health and education and still stay out of the way of the industrial complexities and military (authoritarian) entitlements.

Change every lobby created dollar (both contribution and lobbyist salary) into tax payment potential. Corruption is obviously legalized and needs response abilities that even media can't address.

Remember when Senator McCain first said campaign finance reform should move towards entitlement?

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Blogger RafĂ© said...

oh. oh. oh.
nicely said

Pink Floyd once said money was a crime.
Corruption is also always obviously too overlooked...

7/23/09, 4:48 PM  
Blogger Roberta S said...

Maybe it is totally rational to expect solutions to come from highly paid government personnel, but I think the rational solutions more often come from the man in the street. This expose, on its own, shows where the more rational thinking exists.

7/27/09, 9:22 AM  

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