2. Repeal of the “Full Employment and Balanced Growth Act, and The Federal Reserve Reform Act of 1977”
3.Higher protective tariffs (20%) and quotas on foreign imports while subsidizing American manufacturing. Increase restriction and regulation the outsourcing of jobs.
4. Switch from a regressive tax rate to a progressive tax rate.
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I've made my feeling clear on the about duality but outside of that I think we need to focus. IMHO I think priority number 1 should be to develop a solid process by which to proceed. The current structure has worked well to get us to where we are but if we want to include working people in this process we need to develop a modification that allows for them to participate.
Once we have done that we can begin to work out the reformist versus revolutionist standpoints find out where we have common ground and work from there.
The key most important point I can think of is to keep in mind that this is a process. No one in here should be looking for and end point. Even if we could design a perfect system over night and make it effective tomorrow if we were to walk away from it we would wind up right back where we are now all over again but it wouldn't take 235 years to happen.
Stay with the process and prioritize. First things first and on to the next. If you start getting burnt out then step away for a bit get some fresh air and then come back in.
We are engineering tomorrow's system today. Don't kid yourself and minimize what we are doing here. Our current government no longer represents us. What ever comes of this process the process it's self is more important.
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