posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 08:25 PM
Here are a few quick notes, off the top of my head, about what should be happening in the near future. I think anybody who is awake and has eyes can
see how reasonable most of them are. This can ease some fears and calm some nerves.
1) People who don't have kids in public schools should not have to pay taxes to support those schools. This is blindingly obvious and only fair.
Why should the childless or those whose children attend private schools (I have never been to a public school in my life) be forced to pay for the
public schools that are, I'm led to believe, nothing to write home about? It's a matter of fairness.
2) Complete abolition of entitlement programs. Some of these (care for the aged, etc) will be brought back slowly to help bring the people back in
line, but at first our best bet is to totally wipe freeloaders (medicare, medicaid, other forms of welfare) off the books. There will be some people
hurt by this but again, it's a matter of fairness and after that government assistance can be used more effectively in a carrot and stick approach to
getting people to do what is best for themselves.
3)Rescind the ban on "cruel and unusual torture". Any successful Empire must have the right to punish its criminals of all types in any way it sees
fit. G.W. Bush took strides in this direction, we only need to go a little further.
4)Family size should be based on income. There will be a sliding scale in place, eventually, to determine how many kids a family can have based on
income. Any family having more than the prescribed number of kids will suffer massive, crippling, tax penalties. Yes, I know the effect of this will
be to make bad situations worse, and that's the point. People must be made an example of in order that some ideas be inscribed on the hearts of the
When people talk about the "coming changes", these are the kinds of things they are talking about. I just want to make it clear that everything is
going to be reasonable. Demystifying the process is the first step toward actualizing it.