Comment: I don't think you can jump right into the utopian free-market

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I don't think you can jump right into the utopian free-market

that I'm talking about.

There are too many people dependent on the current system (from the rich down to the poor).

The transition also has to have an auto-reduction (automatically reducing the size of gov't after each term) feature (clause) -- The new "contract" (constitution) must be written with very clear language; so when we say that the size and scope of gov't lessens after each term of office there are no loopholes -- such as: The Amount Taxed (must reduce - either literally or as a percentage of GDP by "

The transition must give enough time to clear two generations of seniors off the books -- so at least 30 years (the Silent Generation and the Baby Boomers) -- Gen X (my generation) and forward must adapt.

Read the links in the footer of any of my posts to get a "rough" idea of what I'm talking about.

I ignored the rest of what you wrote because I value my time -- if people "truly" don't "get me" that's one thing, but I think you understand what I'm saying so I will not argue semantics.