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What's the main problem? What's the solution? What are YOUR thoughts?

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What's the main problem? What's the solution? What are YOUR thoughts?

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The main problem: The country has incrementally, over decades, morphed into a democracy. The wise Mr Franklin had his doubts, "A republic, if you can keep it"

"A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves largesse from the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates promising the most benefits from the public treasury with the result that a democracy always collapses over loose fiscal policy, always followed by a dictatorship".

What's the solution: Ron Paul laid out the solution, a return to constitutional government, non interventionist foreign policy and a return to a sound currency.

My thoughts: There appears to be no attempt from either party to recognize or correct the "loose fiscal policy", nor return our republic, so it would then seem apparent that we will have a dictatorship as martial law will be declared.

main problem is hate

solution is LOVE

Michael Nystrom's picture

Good one Granger!


AND understanding :-)

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

It's easy to find solutions if you see the big picture

The MAIN problem... the one that's behind all the other problems... is that we keep giving so much money to the big banks. If you really dig deep into any given industry, the vast majority of money goes up the pyramid.

People are too bubble-ized to see how many steps do this. Think of "I Pencil" and how many transactions, loans, investments, fees, fines and taxes are involved in every product and service (gov included). Now realize that a tiny cut of each of those is sent up the pyramid to the top. This gives them power and influence while removing it from us and all we need to do is reverse this trend.

It is our lack of power and influence that has destined so many of us to welfare, unemployment, slave labor, compromised morals, insecurity and dis-unified bickering.

So many of our 'social' problems stem from wanting the same result but blinded to think our team's solution is the only way. We should be focusing on the result, not on which team we're on. We should be driven toward results, not nit-picking on details of either problems or solutions. It's the destination, in this case, that matters more than the journey.

That destination is a wealthy populace where no advantages exist to allow any group to accumulate wealth and power unchecked. I'm not talking about hindering competition. I'm talking about enhancing it so that it becomes the market driven check and balance.

You want solutions that work? Just look for ways to get masses off of any 'pay as you go' type of expense.

Main problem

is obviously the money changers. People need to learn how to manage their own mediums of exchange. With the internet that is now very much possible and has been coded in beta (testing) release:


Please feel free to PM with any questions. I'm also looking for more programming staff to add bells and whistles.