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Why the nation should VOTE FISCALLY CORRECT JILL STEIN !


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Wealthy Incumbents, famous political names say NO to the 99%, live in glass houses and digest corrupt money.

 

Has anyone ever paid any attention to the Right Wing Anti American GOP politicians? Every campaign they come off sounding like old school fiscal conservative socially responsible republicans. Once elected or re-elected they are back to their anti American agenda.

 

One answer to our political problems : CUT OFF special interest financing of elections.

 

I say replace all republicans with green party thinkers and 90% of democrats with new PDA democrats each voting cycle.

 

Why do we americans vote in the rich which are supported by the rich to make decisions for the entire upper middle class, middle class and low income? Hey middle class republicans you too are getting duped make no mistake about it.

 

Wealthy Incumbents, famous political names say NO to the 99%, live in glass houses and digest corrupt money.

 

Why do we americans vote in the rich which are supported by the rich to make decisions for the entire middle class and low income?

 

Is it possible we're not getting the most ethical choices on the block?

 

Too many of the rich want to destroy the middle class. They have sent tens of millions of middle class jobs abroad with no job replacement in sight.

 

Isn't their something wrong with this picture?

 

Ask yourself why do we voters tend to vote for the largest spending candidates?

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Economic Democracy

  • Eliminate Corporate Personhood: Legislation or constitutional amendment to end the legal fiction of corporate personhood.
  • End Corporate Limited Liability: Make corporate shareholders bear the same liabilities as other property owners.
  • Federal Chartering of Interstate Corporations
  • Periodic Review of Corporate Charters: A public corporate charter review process for each corporation above $20 million in assets every 20 years to see if it is serving the public interest according to social and ecological as well as financial criteria.
  • Strengthen Anti-Trust Enforcement: Require breakup of any firm with more than 10% market share unless it makes a compelling case every five years in a public regulatory proceeding that it serves the public interest to keep the firm intact.
  • Democratic Production: Establish the right of citizens to vote on the expansion or phasing out of products and industries, especially in areas of dangerous or toxic production.
  • Workplace Democracy: Establish the right of workers at every enterprise over 10 employees to elect supervisors and managers and to determine how to organize work.

  • Worker Control of Worker Assets-Pension Funds and ESOP Shares: Pension funds representing over $5 trillion in deferred wages account for nearly one-third of financial assets in the US. 11 million workers participate in employee stock-option plans (ESOPs). Reform ERISA, labor laws, and ESOP tax provisions to enable workers to democratically control their assets.
  • Democratic Conversion of Big Business: Mandatory break-up and conversion to democratic worker, consumer, and/or public ownership on a human scale of the largest 500 US industrial and commercial corporations that account for about 10% of employees, 50% of profits, 70% of sales, and 90% of manufacturing assets.
  • Democratic Conversion of Small and Medium Business: Financial and technical incentives and assistance for voluntary conversion of the 22.5 million small and medium non-farm businesses in the US to worker or consumer cooperatives or democratic public enterprises. Mandate that workers and the community have the first option to buy on preferential terms in cases of plant closures, the sale or merger of significant assets, or the revocation of corporate charters.
  • Democratic Banking: Mandatory conversion of the 200 largest banks with 80% of all bank assets into democratic publicly-owned community banks. Financial and technical incentives and assistance for voluntary conversion of other privately-owned banks into publicly-owned community banks or consumer-owned credit unions.
  • Democratize Monetary Policy and the Federal Reserve System: Place a 100% reserve requirement on demand deposits in order to return control of monetary policy from private bankers to elected government. Selection of Federal Reserve officers by our elected representatives, not private bankers. Strengthen the regional development mission of the regional Federal Reserve Banks by directing them to target investments to promote key policy objectives, such as high-wage employment, worker and community ownership, ecological production, and inner city reconstruction.
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The GOP war on women.

 

The GOP war on the economy.

 

The GOP war on USA jobs.

 

The GOP war on voters rights.

 

The GOP war on public education.

 

The GOP war on medicare.

 

The GOP war on Medicaid.

 

The GOP war on Social Security.

 

 

JILL STEIN WILL STOP ALL OF THE WARS LISTED ABOVE!!!

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I am voting for Jill Stein because status quite politics changes nothing for the better.

I am voting for Jill Stein because USA politics needs new direction NOT more status
quo.
I am voting for Jill Stein because she is the only candidate that supports Single Payer Medical
Insurance.
I am voting for Jill Stein because she is the only that sees the USA needs a new economy to create good paying jobs for all of us. She can and will push in that direction. The other candidates are tied to their campaign contributors that push USA jobs out of the country.
I am voting for Jill Stein because so many questions of ethics have surfaced since the
campaign began.
I am voting for Jill Stein because it is time voters stepped up and said NO to special interest campaign money controlling this USA government.
I am voting for Jill Stein because there is zero hard evidence that voting Jill Stein is a vote for anyone else other than Jill Stein. Why did the DNC start such a bogus rumor? The Gore incident is not hard evidence however the Gore incident is about how not to run a campaign.
Why allow fear to guide your vote? Fear will be introduced every election cycle once it is found to be successful. Perhaps voters need better candidates which as of this moment
seems to be the general consensus.
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What’s Deplorable? This is Deplorable.

 

"Bill Clinton signed off on NAFTA, claiming it would create more and better jobs. He ended welfare as we knew it with "Welfare Reform". He escalated the "War on Drugs" and built multiple new prisons, creating the police state we have now ... And the world's leading rate of incarceration ... Disproportionately Black. Bill Clinton repealed Glass-Steagall, deregulating the banking industry, with disastrous results.

 

"During Bill's tenure, Hillary was his co-president. Having been fooled once, it's hard for some to believe what she's saying now. Will she improve the lot of the middle class by, for instance, declaring, once again, for the Trans-Pacific Partnership or will she be in favor of a heavy tax on outsourcing?

 

How much is Hillary spending to distract voters from her reckless behavior? I say a billion $$$$$. Good-bye 99% Hillary will not be working for the 99%

 

Will she help ordinary people by consolidating the "too big to fail" big banks even further? Will she provide second rate health care to all Americans by expanding the power of the insurance industry?

 

http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/33869-hillary-clinton-s-ghosts-a-legacy-of-pushing-the-democratic-party-to-the-right

 

How the Koch brothers helped dismantle the Democratic Party

https://samsmitharchives.wordpress.com/2015/04/14/6467/

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Her "economic democracy" plan basically tells every business owner or potential business owner that the business they run isn't theirs anymore and is subject not to market changes but to the whim of the employees that the business owner pays. She will kill entrepreneurship.

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Her "economic democracy" plan basically tells every business owner or potential business owner that the business they run isn't theirs anymore and is subject not to market changes but to the whim of the employees that the business owner pays. She will kill entrepreneurship.

 

The GOP,Chamber of Commerce,tax subsidies,local government tax subsidies,over building the markets and stagnant wage growth does stifle economic growth. The Chamber of commerce pushes tax dollar subsidies, Free Trade Agreements,supply side economics, wreckanomics, wages war on single payer medical insurance,sleeps with the RINO dynasty and pushes war spending all of which is reckless economics.

 

Entrepreneurship will never die however small business owners may due to the uneven playing field regarding large corporate welfare handouts aka tax dollar moochers.

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The GOP,Chamber of Commerce,tax subsidies,local government tax subsidies,over building the markets and stagnant wage growth does stifle economic growth. The Chamber of commerce pushes tax dollar subsidies, Free Trade Agreements,supply side economics, wreckanomics, wages war on single payer medical insurance,sleeps with the RINO dynasty and pushes war spending all of which is reckless economics.

 

Entrepreneurship will never die however small business owners may due to the uneven playing field regarding large corporate welfare handouts aka tax dollar moochers.

None of which addresses what I posted.

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I’m frustrated that we keep electing politicians with the same worldviews, programs and policies - decade after decade - that got us into this mess in the first place.

Despite the fact that 57% of Americans want a new political party, we never invest in them or vote for them...and as a result, we never grow a third party.

As a nation, we cannot allow fear to block our broader democratic vision for our country. Instead of votingagainst someone or something, we need to vote our conscience - we need to vote for a better world. The Green Party has a strategy and a plan to build that world.

And for the first time in history the Green Party has a real and viable chance of getting 5% of the national vote.

If the Green Party gets 5% of the vote nationwide in this election, OUR VOICES will finally be heard. It will mean $8 to $10 million in federal funds next election cycle and visibility like never before. Plus the Green Party candidate will automatically be on the ballot in a number of states.

Your vote for Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka is an investment in that possibility. It’s an investment in the effort to transform this corrupt and decayed system - a system that favors the powerful at the expense of the powerless -into one that puts people, planet, and peace over profit.

VOTING FOR JILL STEIN IS VOTING TO PUT THE GREEN PARTY ON THE BALLOTS WITH THE DEMOCRATS AND RINO'S. COMPETITION IS GOOD FOR BUSINESS AKA LETS ESTABLISH THE GREEN PARTY ONCE AND FOR ALL.

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