posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 07:36 PM
---> Minimize the federal government. The federal government is the problem, not the solution. Anything the federal government does is highly
inefficient. Transfer responsibilities to states where it belongs, and privatize where possible the remaining to increase efficiency.
The size of the federal government is frightening. There are 140 Million employed people in the US supporting a government how big? How many dollars
per employee does it need to support the government without it borrowing money?
---> Follow the 10th Amendment of the US Constitution
"Amendment X - The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states
respectively, or to the people."
The above would close most agencies which were unconstitutionally created by the Federal Government. Just following the constitution would
dramatically reduce the cost of governance and the amount of money taken out of our salaries before we get our paychecks.
---> Stop all Federal social programs (Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, etc) and let the states create their own
---> Flat Tax, be consistent, be fair. Stop applying Income tax to salary, the hours of my life is an exchange for salary, you can't tax my life. My
job is not a business so it's not income, it's salary.
---> Enforce the entire constitution. Criminalize the creation of unconstitutional laws. Make the lawmakers think twice.
---> Balance the deficit, enforce fiscal responsibility.
---> Audit the Federal reserve, consider abolishing the federal reserve
---> Release the official birth certificate of Obama, put the issue to rest. Obama spent over $900,000 hiding the certificate, why? Until then he
has not proven his eligibility. Similar to not having a social security number when applying for a job.
---> Require that presidential appointees pass a Top Secret SBI security background check before nomination
---> Require that elected officials pass a Top Secret SBI security background check before taking office or running for election