What reforms will you prefer to bring about if you get 1-day governance of a country like USA.
Revoke the war on drugs, withdraw all troops home, pardon the majority of non violent criminals, reallocate a large portion of the defense budget to fixing problems at home, while putting the remainder of the money into national defense. I would focus on making sure every last one of our native citizens was helped by the new spending, and try to set up public institutions that educate people on the horrors of the world, while simultaneously giving them an effective way to help. Audit the fed, and at least sit down with a panel of experts to discuss further options for fixing our economy, and removing our dependence on foreign currency (aka, the fed). I would repeal many of the provisions that give our government power over our people, and attempt to return us to a constitutional republic without crippling the governments capacity to operate within its guidelines.
How well you understand the areas needed to be reformed.
Only somewhat, all I know is that things are in very bad shape right now and all people can seem to do is bicker about it. I would just do it, and work from there. The big one is ending our conquest of the modern world, and setting up shop at home.
All good intentions aside, every recent US president, including demagogs such as the current one, has first solved the problem of his own exclusion from the 1% class. I'd probably end up corrupt as the rest and do that.
1) Replace obamacare and get the government out of healthcare.
2) dissolve all federal social service programs leaving them to state and local governments as is required by the constitution.
3) Across the board tax cuts including capital gains
4) A balanced budget Amendment and incrementally trimming the federal government to about two thirds its current size for starters.
5) Abolish the department of education and put control of the schools back into the hands of the state and local governments as is required by the constitution.
6) Fire about two thirds of our government for blatant violations of the Constitution, that would include every liberal Supreme court justice and almost the entire Democratic party and a good number of Republicans as well.
7) Get the government as much out of the private sector as possible.
8) Run the country strictly according to the plain meaning in the Constitution not the conjured up meaning invented by liberal justices!
are there plain meanings exist in the Constitution?
I think so because military members, federal employee's etc all swear allegiance to the Constitution. If its meaning was so vague only a few brilliant minds could understand it, what are they swearing allegiance to?
Salam Mash. Great Question Brother. What reform would I bring about if I were in governance of the United States for A day.
1, New World Bank dedicated to fixing Americas and the World's financial issues.
2, A promise to work for a peaceful settlement to middle east problems. A promise of resources and developmental partnerships with middle eastern nations.
3, A global Charter negotiated with every nation on earth that to ensure each nation is committed to maintaining quality of life for every life. The charter would guarantee the fight to food, shelter, water, clothing, healthcare and the right to prosperity for every citizen on earth.
4, Allow China and India as well as Australia and South America the rights to full time membership of the UN as long as these nations stand with full human rights for their every citizen.
5, Renew, revive, and restore America. Improve every sector from education, to law enforcement, to infrastructure and new economies.
These would be my top five priorities but I would no doubt have have a longer list of priorities.
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