When Thomas Paine wrote the first paragraph of Common Sense, socialism was the ideal that principles and rights would support an ethic that could end taxation.
Since (as victims of English monarchy, they knew best that) taxes should only pay for lawmaking and enforcement, Benjamin Franklin and his group of entrepreneurs an Masons tried to suggest that we NOT be a nation of laws!
The paradox is how subsidized (& tax-free) corporations turned that image into ANTI-socialism.
Legal manifest destiny turned cultural assurances into insurance casinos to harvest public resources at the risk of entitlements being only privatized.
The country is an agent that should be paid appropriately for support.
The service it extends as rights/favors to those taking the most advantage aren't recognized as business privileges to share to this ultimate imbalance.
The power to take more than public equality has made being wealthy a dis-ease of taking.
Giving appreciation is the humility of self-worth that starts by self) regulation, like paying for what you acquired/required at the cash register.
It is more painful to treat a parasite than to just live with it!
The deficit is a derived credit for the future to take responsibility as the need for re-valuing evaluation in health and education.
How can the future be responsible for an amount of money?
The profit motive worked well for production logistics but conceptual values of information and service are evidence of a deceptive gamble.
Where they combine is emotional support as a compassionate foundation for evolving the consumer branch of production.
What I am saying is pay everybody to go to school and invest their interest to credit contribution offered to the social experiment.
This could fund bringing production back to our workforce with supportive research and development.
Credit every citizen to GO TO THE DOCTOR for health is a practice that should value subjects that contribute information.
Make these channels an artery to pay the patriotic to become better resources since we have become a market of ideas.
The harm of charging for health-care is self evident decrepitude.
We need a well, fair nation, now more than ever...