Are you running for President? If so, when you are elected, would you abolish Congress and eventually the Presidency? –@bgn2end
Ha, the problem with the Presidency is that at some point you have to decide that a little child is going to die at your hands (through war, military action, etc). But here’s what I would do if elected and had the power to do these things
A) Abolish Congress and replace it with an Internet voting system. The only reason Congress exists is because there was no means to communicate important issues around the country when the Founding Fathers existed. [See, July 4 is a Scam http://bit.ly/kNkZ66]
B) Abolish the FDA. They make lethal substances legal: most chemicals are unregulated, alcohol and nicotine are lethal, and they keep drugs that cure people out of the hands of old people who need that one last chance to survive. [See, Eliminate the FDA http://bit.ly/q8NBdW]
C) I would abolish every cabinet position. What do we need a Department of Education for? Education in the US has only gone down since that Department was created. What do we need a Housing Department for. We had a housing crisis and nobody helped. What do we need a State Department for? Rarely or treaties negotiated and we should stop giving all of our money to foreign countries anyway. What do we need a Department of Defense for? We haven’t legally declared war since 1941. If you go to Washington DC you see these long enormous buildings down every street that do nothing but bureaucracy.
D) I’d appoint myself Vice-President. Someone has to go to funerals of kings after all.
E) I’d sell off every federal asset: highways, the IRS, federal lands, trains, etc to raise money to pay down debt so that taxes can also be reduced.
F) I’d abolish the Presidency [See, “Abolish the Presidency” http://bit.ly/rjISwx]
A lot of people who are politically minded disagree with me on some of these things. But the reality is. If we had the bravery to do all of the above then life would be better. People still would obey Stop signs (there are local governments to handle this) and they still wouldn’t kill people and “our way of life” would still be defended since our greatest offense is now global capitalism and innovation.