posted on Jan, 17 2009 @ 12:18 PM
Oooh, you've opened the door.
-I believe in logic and it's ability fix and support all truth. I believe in trying to follow the most logical things. I also believe that we are not
able to be totally logical or understand truth completely so, if someone isn't or is no longer search for truth or more truth, they have not found
it--if you don't question, you will never get answers, especially the right ones.
-I believe that everyone has a story. It's just, not everyone can read.
-I believe in innate human knowledge and acquired logic, so that even in a detailed persuasive written document or speech, that there is no need for
explaining your sources; if your logic is true, it will be obvious.
-I believe that you should judge a man by what he tells you of himself, for if he's lying, he's a liar and anything you perceive him as is better
-I believe that everyone can be right.
-I believe the number three is important and shows up in the base of almost all logic. We are three, body, spirit, and mind.
-I believe in efficiency.
-I believe many institutions need to be fixed.
--the English language, language in general
--the education system
--names and locations
-I believe in trying to fix these. Our founders almost had it right but they didn't finish. The government is supposed to be in three parts, those
parts that resemble our three parts, which it is. Two more aspects need to be looked at though when talking about the government, beyond the different
branches' purposes; how the officials are voted and how many. The closest relating officials to the public should be most distantly elected, as to
not allow for much bias, and visa versa. So. The executive branch (the president and higher law enforcement) should be voted for directly by the
people (which does not include going through a third party, aka, the electoral college). The Legislative branch, which is the second most distant
branch from the people, should be voted in a representative manner; each town elects their town representative, who then with others elects their
county representative, who then with others elects their state representative. The Judicial branch is the closest branch to the people and therefore
should be elected by both unbiased means(testing, length of service, and satisfactory repoire) and the executive branch's choice, which then must
pass through the state representatives. The Judicial branch should be elected from the top down, the supreme court, electing the state court
officials, whom then elect county, and so on. Concerning numbers, I think the president should have more power being the face of the country, directly
elected, but one man can not old that much power. We need three presidents. In order of straight votes. Whoever came in first has the most privileges
and is the public speaker, the second elected is the chairman to delegate the state representatives, and the third elected is the face of foreign
affairs. The infringements of life or rights may not be approved without the mutual consent of all 3. Other things take a majority, and no president
may not decline an opinion on important matters. This allows not just one view to guide the country but also the executive branch more power.
-The languages of the world are inefficient and inadequate. We need a new one and a universal one. I myself am working on developing a language to
fulfill that need.
-I believe the church of today needs to check itself more closely to the church of the new testament. These might be new times, but there was an
example set that is no longer followed.
-High school was created for children with nothing to do because they were no longer allowed to work. It is redundant, both against middle school and
college. It should be done away with, replaced with students in college, allowed to mature faster and to be socially forced to become adults. The
driving age should be lowered by 2 years.
[edit on 17-1-2009 by simesheef]