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Standards I am looking for in a new president and all people elected to office

Here is a list of standards I hope our new president and all elected officials will try to achieve.  Its more important to find a sustainable, and creative capitalist society with functioning markets than some sort of Feudal society with a non functioning market

Listen to all people

Represent all people

Work to achieve a clean water supply for the world going forward 

Work to ensure everyone in the world has food and shelter

Look to find common ground with all nations

Regulate all markets and enforce minimum standards that provide moral benefits

Look at the need to limit world population growth

Be honest and fair with everyone

Work hard with the interest of all people in mind

Try to find peace and security for all people

Enforce estate taxes and offer early settlement of debts to reduce disruptions to the economy  and the stock market

Use higher and lower tax rates to achieve the most sustainable society

Work more with other nations to maximize world welfare and achievement of minimum standards

Create government partnerships with corporations to be able to reduce tax rates, eliminate debts, and reduce impact of business cycles https://topstockblog.wordpress.com/2008/01/23/lower-taxes-and-government-partnerships-with-corporations-and-people-best-for-economy-funded-with-tax-credits/

Advocate and encourage public trading markets with lower taxes

 Discourage isolation and concentration of capital with higher taxes on excess wealth

Cut taxes funded with shared passive owner ship in large corporations

Act morally

Restate world goals of freedom  and respect for all

Expand the educational achievements and opportunities available to all people

Be considerate and understanding to the diverse needs of all people

Expand health care access to all people by expanding educated professionals

Invest heavily in renewable resources  to ensure affordable and available energy for all people

Prepare for the future

I think John McCain is too inflexible and committed to violence to bring lasting peace.  Romney is too greedy.  I oppose all war and realize terrorists are trying to achieve chaos through world wide human suffering, and wars waste natural resources.  I like that Barrack Obama  is the only candidate who voted against the Iraq war; but, is not afraid to change his opinion with changing understanding of reality.  I like that Barrack wants to help the middle class and less fortunate in our society.  I like that Barrack has not excepted any money from special interest groups.  I do not like that Barrack has been very unclear or lacks the ability to state how he will achieve his goals.  Hillary Clinton speaks of achieving similar solution in the future.  I don’t think rich or poor people of the world want to live in a morally unsound world that fails to manage for the future. Taxing excess profits at higher rates is a realistic solution to paying for past mistakes and short falls of tax collections to pay for are consumption.  Pure capitalism states that humans are better dealt with by ignoring their needs.  This will prove to be a disastorous situation if the world races irresponsible to over consume, no population constraints, and a lack of focus on minimizing our actions.  The government needs to bridge the gaps of what capitalism has created and where it falls short of desirable results.    Sharing world education, forgiveness, managing world populations, security, trade, and minimum standards for the world are key components of achieving a peaceful future.   I feel Hillary and Bill are most capable of finding common ground.  I would most trust a woman (Hillary Clinton)  guided by a man (Bill Clinton) to find the most rational solutions.  Barrack may be young and untested; but, ultimately be best for the nation.   The future will bring reality as we have guided it. The stock markets long term function is only in doubt with politics as usual.

February 4, 2008 - Posted by | American Politics and Policy Ideas | , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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