posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 08:15 PM
considering it's hypothetical
generally speaking, if a government was set up to supply everyone with the same amount of money for a comfortable living. - If you just keep our
current system, and go ahead an allow an extra say 2000 a month, you can expect everything around us to get a lot more expensive, leveling the profit
out. - if the money was only given to a specific few - or rewarded - Than you will see everyone trying to play this system right/taking advantage of
what exactly would be the responsible thing to do - invest the money?
spend it on luxuries? save it?
If you can work for money, - there is no reason for a free-card - you're allowed to work
People are already so irresponsible when it comes to managing their assets, giving them more, or restricting their budget is going to have some major
If it replaces work - and we all turn into the middle-class - what happens when you run out money? - do you go in the hole? is it just taken out of
your next payment? do you get punished or incarcerated? is it even allowed - does the "government" turn off your card?
consequences brought on by your own irresponsibility or enforced by someone else.
also it being virtual salary (if everything went virtual only)- you can expect favors, black mails, threats and anything else even more common in lieu