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When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

UN MEMBERS VOTE TO RECAPITALIZE IMF MEMBER BALANCE SHEETS TO DEPOSIT SDR’S IN WORLD BANK TRUST ACCOUNTS FOR PEACEFUL USE ONLY INSURANCE ON ALL TECHNOLOGY

UN MEMBERS VOTE TO RECAPITALIZE IMF MEMBER BALANCE SHEETS TO DEPOSIT SDR’S IN WORLD BANK TRUST ACCOUNTS FOR PEACEFUL USE ONLY INSURANCE ON ALL TECHNOLOGY https://waterworldeden4.wordpress.com/2012/08/31/un-members-vote-to-require-peaceful-use-only-insurance-on-all-technology/

RECAPITALIZE IMF MEMBER BALANCE SHEETS – DEPOSIT SDR’S IN WORLD BANK TRUST ACCOUNTS FOR ” PEACEFUL USE ONLY ” INSURANCE ON ALL TECHNOLOGY

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After passing infrastructure plans for east – west water pipelines and a Smithsonian national greenbelt cultural mall interstate system, THEN…

A bill to recapitalize the U.S. Treasury for $40,000,000,000,000,000

Short title: 18 holes vs. 1 hole

Sponsors:

Cosponsors:

Whereas the U.S. Treasury debt / equity ratio or debt / GDP ratio is
unsustainable, and whereas tens of trillions of debt require tens of quadrillions of equity to be sustainable, be it hereby,

Resolved the U.S. Mint shall mint sufficient dollars to enable the
U.S. Treasury to pay one hundred (100) times the highest assessed value, between 2000 and the present adjusted to current dollars for each and every public, private, or other form of asset […] under the jurisdiction of the United States of America, and further

Resolved the eminent domain transfer of title to the U.S. Treasury shall be conditional upon the asset being sold back to the original owner, lessor, and / or renter within 30 days at one half of the original purchase price paid by the U.S. Treasury, and further

Resolved, the U.S. Treasury may impose only alterations, improvements, or changes to the asset, or title to the asset, which have been approved by legislation prior to the eminent domain purchase of the asset, and further

Resolved, the purchase payment shall be deposited in a bank chosen by the asset owner under the terms and conditions of a trust account to prevent inflation while making funds available to the asset owner, lessor, and / or renter.

Voted into law this ______ day of ________

What about U.S. Treasury debt? Will it also be purchased at 100 times its value? Then it will be paid off. And under covenants.

Second question:

A companion bill to go with this one would pro-rate the recapitalized U.S. Treasury balance sheet so each U.S. citizen had an equal [sound (ext.)] portion to oversee. A small allowance would be paid to each citizen for auditing his or her U.S. Treasury account, along with a percentage of any waste fraud or abuse the citizen uncovered. The private tax industry and IRS would audit government spending and work hand in hand with the individual citizens and share in waste, fraud and abuse uncovered.

These two accounts: the first asset based, the second based upon doing your share of the work to audit government spending would represent the net present value of the next two billion years. The covenants would permit families to spend from these accounts to cover education, marriage, birth, medical expenses, death expenses, and so on. Instead of a bunch of little people feeding big octopi – the ‘endowment’ of we the people would be spent and invested under covenants to check and balance and educate and reward citizens for prudent management of their share of our wealth, and our share of our wealth both.

Those who had made their earnings primarily from interest will instead now earn their money primarily from trust account management fees.

Those who depend upon regularly scheduled payments such as bonds provide while avoiding the down side risk of equities and their dividends will still be able to arrange such cash flows.

third question

Automatic harvesting of revenue from the money supply instead of taxation.

After passing infrastructure plans for east – west water pipelines and a Smithsonian national greenbelt cultural mall interstate system, THEN…

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Is the ‘individual’ or the ‘family’ the ‘unit’ of the political sphere?

Arash Behzadi, 08/01/2012 01:43 PM

Michael Collins Michael Collins, You are assuming that Government is the only entity that can spend money. IF there are tax cuts that doesn’t mean that the money disappears into nothing. It means that it is being invested and spent by the private sector. So the argument that GDP will go down if tax rates go down is not accurate.@dcx_2 , The assets/money in
an Estate has already been taxed one way or another. Example, You buy a house $50K, live in it, and pay it off. You die, the house is now worth $300k and you leave it to your kids. They will have to pay taxes on the $250K increase on value at a minimum let’s 15%. $37,500 in taxes need to be paid by your kids, even though you bought it, paid property tax on it all those years.The money you used to pay for everything related to that house was already taxed as income by the government. Tell me how many times should we be taxed on the same income?

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Is the ‘individual’ or the ‘family’ the ‘unit’ of the political sphere?

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Automatic harvesting of a set percentage of the value of all income and assets via wages leading prices in controlled, double helix inflation vs. the cat and mouse games of requiring whom to send money to the government.

Michael Collins, 08/01/2012 01:21 PM

How quickly the rich forget about all the subsidies they receive from the federal and state government.

Yes, let’s get rid of all of those government handouts. Let’s begin with the rediculously low capital gains tax.

Why should a carpenter have to pay 30% while a hedge fund manager only pays 15%.

Ohh, you say we want to encourage investment? But don’t we also want to encourage hard work? After all, without the money earned by working, there would be no money for investment.

Ohh, you say money shouldn’t be taxed 2x?

That carpenter buys saws and drills and other power equipment. He then uses those tools to earn more money. He still has to pay tax on the money those tools bring in. How is th is any different.

Everyone has to pay tax on the money they recieve. No matter where it comes from.

You don’t think you should have to pay inheritance or gift taxes? Because you already earned that money? Yeah, you earned that money. And as long as you spend it on yourself, you only get taxed on that money. When your kids recieve that money they should have to pay taxes on it like everyone else has to pay on the taxes that they receive.

Sure, let’s go to a flat tax–on everything. 25 on everything, all income, at every income level. That includes capital gains and inheritance.

But that’s not what the rich mean by a flat tax. They mean everyone pays the same percent on money received through labor. But money received through investment or inheritance gets special treatment.

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Automatic harvesting of a set percentage of the value of all income and assets via wages leading prices in controlled, double helix inflation vs. the cat and mouse games of requiring whom to send money to the government.

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Debt to GDP ratio [jet]

Michael Collins, 08/01/2012 01:10 PM

Every dollar that someone earns is a dollar that someone spends GDP is the sum of all economic transactions.

Big decreases in Government Spending result in big decreases in GDP. Less money spent = Less money earned.

Our problem is not debt. That is too simple. Our problem is our debt to GDP ratio.

We borrowed a mountain of money during WWII. We never paid it back. We used the capital investment to raise the national GDP. Instead of changing the amount we owed, we changed our debt to GDP ratio. And that worked for everyone.

Look at it this way. What is the financial health of a family that makes 50K per year and is 100K in debt? Now, what is the financial health of a family that makes 400K per year and is 150K in debt? That is what I’m talking about: debt to GDP ratio is all that matters.

Cutting government spending may decrease our immediate deficit. However, because it lowers or GDP, it actually puts us in a worse position.

With unemployment HIGH, infrastructure projects can be done at bargain rates. NOW is the time for jobs programs on the scale of the depression era.

Yes, that will mean an increase in debt. It will also result in an increased in GDP and like WWII, it will put our debt to GDP ratio in a better position.

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The week the U.S. Treasury minted enough money to buy all the assets of the United States for 100 times their market value – and then…

The week the U.S. Treasury minted enough money to buy all the assets of the United States for 100 times their market value – then add some improvements and sell all the assets back to the original owners, lessors, and renters at half the purchase price.

vs.

The continuing saga of Ben Shalom Bernake, and the public-private Federal Reserve ordering the U.S. Treasury to mint money to LEND to buddies who in turn LEND the money to students, families, and business thereby indenturing our nation [door]

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STATE

“The public needs more facts about Carlson”…

“Health insurer profits used to lower premiums”

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Health insurer requires institutions who care for children to have two adults who do not know each other to be with children at all times to obtain lower premiums
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“Medicaid cuts may not be legal”

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Maine citizens work out to qualify to win up to $1 million dollars
76% Physical fitness test score qualifies for lottery drawing
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Politics of layoff notices

As ‘fiscal cliff’ looms, debate over pre-Election Day layoff notices heats up
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By Zachary A. Goldfarb, Published: July 31

The deep federal spending cuts scheduled to take effect at the start of next year may trigger dismissal notices for tens of thousands of employees of government contractors, companies and analysts say, and the warnings may start going out at a particularly sensitive time:

Days before the presidential election.

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By law, all but the smallest companies must notify their workforce at least 60 days in advance when they know of specific job cuts that are likely to happen.

Obama administration officials say that the threat of layoffs is overblown and that Republicans are playing up the possibility rather than trying to head it off. The Labor Department said Monday that it would be “inappropriate” for contractors to send out large-scale dismissal notices, because it is unclear whether the federal cuts will occur and how they would be carried out.

Republicans reacted with fury, saying it is the White House that is playing politics.

“The president is focused on preventing advance notice to American workers that their jobs are at risk and on perpetuating uncertainty,” said Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon (R-Calif.), chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.

The prospect of widespread layoff notices before Election Day — potentially hitting the swing state of Virginia hardest — underlines how the looming “fiscal cliff” at the end of the year is shaping the economy and politics many months in advance.

Economists say the threat of deep cuts in domestic and defense spending, coupled with automatic increases in taxes, is already a drag on economic growth and a source of enormous uncertainty for businesses, which are holding back on hiring and helping to keep the nation’s unemployment rate above 8 percent.

Republicans have seized an opportunity to attack President Obama over the planned cuts to defense spending, while Obama is pointing at the GOP, saying he will not roll back the spending reduction without Republicans agreeing to higher taxes on the wealthy to help tame the nation’s debt.

The far-reaching reductions in domestic and defense spending, along with the sharp tax increases, will take effect automatically at the start of the new year unless Obama and Congress act.

Although both sides want to stop the spending cuts, a deal seems unlikely until after the election.

A key defense industry group representing some of the largest contractors said it is reviewing the Labor Department’s new guidance, but the group said it still considers it possible that layoff notices will be sent to a large number of employees.

The giant defense contractor Lockheed Martin, which has more than 20,000 workers in the Washington area, has said it may notify more than 100,000 employees of potential layoffs ahead of the election. Lockheed said Monday that it is reviewing the new guidance. EADS, a major European defense contractor with U.S. operations, also has said it may notify employees of layoffs.

Spokesmen for Northrop Grumman and General Dynamics said last week they have not decided whether to do so, while a Boeing representative would say only that the company is planning for a worst-case scenario where the spending cuts occur. Two other large local contractors, Computer Sciences Corp. and SAIC, declined to comment.

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Dr. Lewis added: “The same way you wouldn’t say that we don’t need the F.A.A. because we can rely on incentives and a voluntary approach, we can’t rely on incentives and voluntary action for cybersecurity. Every day the risk gets bigger, it is not only countries but politically motivated individuals who can just download this stuff. A lot of us hoped Congress would have done better than this.”

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State Fair Farmers’ Markets invited to participate in Smithsonian Conestoga Farmers’ Market parade from Washingotn, DC to California

State Fair Farmers' Markets invited to participate in Smithsonian Conestoga Farmers' Market parade from Washingotn, DC to California - Screen Shot 2012-07-27 at 5.35.57 AM

State Fair Farmers’ Markets invited to participate in Smithsonian Conestoga Farmers’ Market parade from Washingotn, DC to California – Screen Shot 2012-07-27 at 5.35.57 AM

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