Lifehours: A Barter System
Since the habitual politicians are not going to change the election, voting or tax laws, it needs to be done provisionally. By provisional, I mean use of the very tools that a Congress of honest men would use to organize and reward the American people for leading and governing themselves. These tools are available --on-line democracy and on-line capitalism with the data processing LAN.
A Barter system to solve our public problems. Many barter systems exist for people to keep money in their communities.
Let me put it another way, if McClathy and employees found a cure to cancer that costs us billions each year, do you think the suffering population would object to McClathy and employees dividing a $15 million annual royalty? If McCathy and Employees sponsors a cure to the cancer that harms humanity: insufficient democracy and decapitalism, I don't think the people's will object. Besides a lot of the voters will be dividing up the $3 billion based on their following the lead of McClathy and employees.
This is a uniform system for solving our problems and making our world better based on timism. Press for Better Democracy and Capitalism fulfills the four steps needed to solve any problem: describe, prescribe, organize and motivate. Ain't no one got this system but you.
Fairness to all needed supporters:
any Star-Tribune employee who sends an envelope with a self-addressed, stamped envelope will receive a certificate for the 10,000 lifehour tax credits. Only letters postmarked by April 21, 2001, will qualify for this certification. Also, please send fax the letter to Mr. St
In effect, this is a startup IPO for a dotcom in which the brokers fee is divided between the Star Tribune and its employees, $300 million. If the Star Tribune and its employees sponsor this on-line problem-solving service, they deserve the broker fees, not some vulture capitalists.
Meetings Monday> 9am and 2 pm at Cuzzie's