posted on Nov, 6 2008 @ 06:37 PM
The problem is how economist are yet taught something which only serves bound failer in a system of capitialism.
Dont think of me as an economist. Think of me as a simple wise man concerning money and value and worth.
My list of "How things should go just inside the American world":
1. Price range: 1-99 cent cap.
2. Minium-maxium wage range: 1-99 cent an hour cap.
3. Legal tender range: The new 1 cent penny only.
4. Salary, commission, and tip range: Uncapped.
^^With such, the following should apply just for the American world and in the American world for 1-4 in matching...
1. No item or property or ticket or bail should cost over 99 cent. No rent or lease should cost over 99 cent a calendar month. No one-time service
service fee just for a day or less should cost over 99 cent. No continueing service service fee should cost over 99 cent a calendar month. Note: The
worth of every thing listed lowers for the price cap only since the value of the penny is then raised so. Yes, lil pennies can and should pack a
punch, and end the self-worth in ppl, so then, ppl dont look to hold the most peices and stacks of money just to act like their's is bigger in
comparison to your's. All other money should be burned if not melted for THE NEW PENNY since all other money should put null and void. And the worth
assigned things listed should not become compared with today's worth. The value of the penny should not become compared with today's money value.
For it all should become NEW assigned so it is no looking back into the same ol values and same ol worths that did no good with capitalism. The right
monetary system should work right with capitalism. I havent said anything about spreading wealth amongst. I'm talking about killing the current worth
and current value and current legal tender in exchange for what in total shall work better with a system called capitalism. And yes, certain things
would be yet sold in kinds of bulk with my monetary policies in place... For example: You can buy, say, a cheeseburger and small fries with a small
coke, just for 1 cent. For example again: You can get, say, several arcade game attempts just for a 1 cent worth token.
3. The cap means, no legal tender such as the nickle, the dime, the quarter, the half dollar, or the paper money period. Just the penny only. And a
person can earn or inherit as many pennies with no legal restriction.
4. Paid in pennies only.
So this ideal monetary system means no outrageous prices. And it means more ppl can get put on to work for companies at minium-maxium wage, and get
paid decent without all the hours or even all the days in many cases. Extreme example just for a point: If you can make 99 cent an hour within
each week, and live decent, then you the company should not require to work more since it can let more ppl have a share at working for a decent living
Like Pac said: "I know you glad to see the strategy of making these chips come so easily."--Soon as I get home
Share your 1 cent for the implications or for better monetary policies and better economic systems.