Recharging Main Street America…

First of all, here’s how NOT to recharge Main Street America:

– Raise taxes to fund ‘bigger and better’ government programs to stimulate the economy, expand social welfare opportunities, and help the middle class.

– Enact policies to redistribute wealth and create more economic ‘fairness.’

– Expand government control over healthcare, education, housing, and labor market.

– Make America’s massive government-driven healthcare program… ‘better’ … with tighter participation mandates and expanded penalties for all who violate the law’s exotic and complex legal provisions.

Continue moving blindly forward with annual budget deficits that are projected to explode over the coming 10 years, driving the nation’s debt burden continually higher, while expanding the Fed’s balance sheet to maintain targeted interest rates and to cover government funding obligations.


Recharging Main Street America the right way:

Grant direct liquidity access to U.S. citizens in sufficient measure to:

Provide economically distressed Americans an opportunity to escape poverty and perpetual dependence on government, manage their daily affairs, free of government domination, and benefit directly from positive work incentives.

Provide working Americans an opportunity for massive debt elimination at the family level, and to benefit from positive work and investment incentives, decentralized healthcare options, and less government interference and regulation in their daily lives.

Generate true economic growth through the power of free market dynamics, eliminating government-inspired price and supply distortions.

Generate massive government budget surpluses and set America on course for long term financial stability.

The ‘fix’ is simple.  And the Plan to provide it would restore economic liberty for any country in the world, suffocating under the strains of socialist state control.

The Leviticus 25 Plan 2015 – $70,000 per U.S. citizen                                                    The Leviticus 25 Plan 2015 (740)

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