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What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)

 
Ralph--a house dog

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What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
Note: This entire concept is premised on the USA PTB actually WANTING the economy to improve, which is debatable.

So what would help?

Changes in the US tax codes? Perhaps lowering the corporation rates to be more in line with the rest of the world (we have the highest) but with clear incentives to bring off shore manufacturing and businesses back to this country and disincentives to moving them out? Stop the Alternative Tax squeeze on the middle class?

A multifaceted strong grassroots support for the Constitution? Campaigns to elect school boards that will not dumb down educational standards?

Concentrated opposition to certain regulatory agencies' draconian policies such as the EPA cutting off water to Northern California farmers to save an insignificant minnow that wasn't even indigenous to the area thus destroying a huge swath of America's food production?
"Who decides?"
---Robert A. Heinlein

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11/29/2012 12:26 PM

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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
common sense

Just treat the USA just as you would your own home. You cut out the excess, the kids ( welfare sponges in this case) must pitch in and get a job as well as cut out all excess.

No more joy ride, no more perks, no more gifts. Charity starts at home and we are a charity case right now.

Never use credit again. If you can't pay cash, you don't need it. Period. Cut the staff, why must the US gov have hundreds of millions of employees??

We simply need to cut out anything that is not an immediate NEED, such as defense, infrastructure, security at all public utilities, this is a start.

However we have self serving affirmative action ex-welfare creeps filling the halls of every government agency that exists. They all want a job, but don't want to work..

Put the trash out, oh my bad, America just said """NO""

Sorry, we screwed ourselves and deserve the trials and tribulations that are now being heaped upon us.
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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
Why, why, why would I want this system to be fixed or continue or succeed in any way?

This system is NOT IN MY BEST INTERESTS!

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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
Why, why, why would I want this system to be fixed or continue or succeed in any way?

This system is NOT IN MY BEST INTERESTS!

putin
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It is the world in which you live. It does impact you in EVERYWAY. Like it or not, you too are a part of the whole mess and possible solution.
Just because YOU don’t believe
in the Rougarou; or the Loup Garou,
don’t make you safe; No !

WARNING

Everyone, pay attention... Take your shoes off BEFORE you enter your home. Keep bleach in a sprayer to spray the area where the shoes are stored.

After walking around in public where people are spitting, vomiting, disposing of dirty diapers, condemns , tampons ect, you are a walking disease factory. Think about it.

Take off your shoes. Just do it!
Ralph--a house dog (OP)

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11/29/2012 12:39 PM

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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
Why, why, why would I want this system to be fixed or continue or succeed in any way?

This system is NOT IN MY BEST INTERESTS!

putin
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Jeez, you're in an even more down mood than I am today.

This system probably isn't in your best interest, at least not if you are part of the huge but shrinking middle class (which includes the lower-middle-upper middle class, according to sociologists)

But if you stay alive, you're gonna live in some kind of system. What would suit you and how might it come about?

Last Edited by Ralph--a house dog on 11/29/2012 12:43 PM
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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
We need an industry to explode much like the internet revolution in the 90s. That was a good time had by all. Clinton just happened to be the president and take all the credit for it.
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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
nothing can.
Accept the unpayable debt, failure
deny the unpayble debt, failure

the whole point is to crater the nation, create chaos and those predisposed to loot it and run away to their true home in safety

Those with their eyes on the goods intend to make it happen one way or another
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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
We need an industry to explode much like the internet revolution in the 90s. That was a good time had by all. Clinton just happened to be the president and take all the credit for it.
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How about growing hemp? For industrial use; not the other kind. I've been reading about that lately.
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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
CUT GOVERNMENT BY 60%

GET RID OF ALL LAWS EXCEPT THOSE THAT KEEP PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT SAFE

BREAK UP ALL CORPORATIONS

FIRE ALL POLITICIANS, BANKERS

ELIMINATE FEDERAL RESERVE

GET RID OF ALL ALPHABET AGENCIES EXCEPT FBI AND CIA.
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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
We need an industry to explode much like the internet revolution in the 90s.
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How about growing hemp? For industrial use; not the other kind. I've been reading about that lately.
 Quoting: Ralph--a house dog


Include the other kind too. The more the merrier, new industries, that is :)
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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
CUT GOVERNMENT BY 60%

GET RID OF ALL LAWS EXCEPT THOSE THAT KEEP PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT SAFE

BREAK UP ALL CORPORATIONS

FIRE ALL POLITICIANS, BANKERS

ELIMINATE FEDERAL RESERVE

GET RID OF ALL ALPHABET AGENCIES EXCEPT FBI AND CIA.
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I guess I did use the word "WHAT" in the thread title, didn't I? More relevant would be "HOW" to bring about these changes.
"Who decides?"
---Robert A. Heinlein

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"Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night.....Rage, rage against the dying of the light"
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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
CUT GOVERNMENT BY 60%

GET RID OF ALL LAWS EXCEPT THOSE THAT KEEP PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT SAFE

BREAK UP ALL CORPORATIONS

FIRE ALL POLITICIANS, BANKERS

ELIMINATE FEDERAL RESERVE

GET RID OF ALL ALPHABET AGENCIES EXCEPT FBI AND CIA.
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oh super, did you let them all know you got the answer yet?
Ralph--a house dog (OP)

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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
We need an industry to explode much like the internet revolution in the 90s.
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How about growing hemp? For industrial use; not the other kind. I've been reading about that lately.
 Quoting: Ralph--a house dog


Include the other kind too. The more the merrier, new industries, that is :)
 Quoting: Smokie - a house cat 25342985



It would be a lot easier to get support for industrial hemp; look at all the problems states are having with the feds over even medicinal pot.

Established industries would oppose hemp farming since it has the potential to compete with the oil, plastics, pharmaceutical, clothing industries and many more in a big way. Unless they could grab a piece of the action themselves at the start.

Maybe some enterprising businesses will start to push for branching out in this manner to increase their profits and in turn create more jobs, lower prices, boost the economy & all that good stuff.
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---Robert A. Heinlein

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"Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night.....Rage, rage against the dying of the light"
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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
Hmmm, paying off the trillions of debt...never...EVER!
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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
Getting rid of the Fed is a start.

How?

Well the answer is pretty obvious, they aren't going to remove themselves.
We were meant to live for so much more, have we lost ourselves?
Ralph--a house dog (OP)

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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
Getting rid of the Fed is a start.

How?

Well the answer is pretty obvious, they aren't going to remove themselves.
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OH YES! Iceland did it. Not sure precise how, but I don't think it was nice.

The FED's charter is up Dec 21 this year (what a coincidence?) They have no doubt paid off or blackmailed whoever in the US government may have opposed this renewal, but you would think more noise would be being made over it.
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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
what could save the us economy? outlaw democrats
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Re: What could save the US economy? (NOT ww3)
Note: This entire concept is premised on the USA PTB actually WANTING the economy to improve, which is debatable.

So what would help?

Changes in the US tax codes? Perhaps lowering the corporation rates to be more in line with the rest of the world (we have the highest) but with clear incentives to bring off shore manufacturing and businesses back to this country and disincentives to moving them out? Stop the Alternative Tax squeeze on the middle class?

A multifaceted strong grassroots support for the Constitution? Campaigns to elect school boards that will not dumb down educational standards?

Concentrated opposition to certain regulatory agencies' draconian policies such as the EPA cutting off water to Northern California farmers to save an insignificant minnow that wasn't even indigenous to the area thus destroying a huge swath of America's food production?
 Quoting: Ralph--a house dog


Work.

Labor is the Wealth of Nations.

Read Adam Smith.
"Fiery the Angels rose, & as they rose deep thunder roll'd
Around their shores: indignant burning with the fires of Orc" - William Blake, America a Prophecy
(...also misquoted in Blade Runner by Roy Batty)

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