Monday, December 29, 2008

Open for Questions, internet polling.

Internet Government
Promote well this "Open for questions" forums. Even mention it in a weekly YouTube message by the president-elect.

This is the central, very important beginning of the new internet, popular voting and governing.
Yourself put forward "This is what we will, or intend to do" list, and have people vote on that.

Petr Buben

Saturday, December 27, 2008

Clintoniana again?


From the news : "Investigators talked to Barack Obama" ..... (regarding Governor Blagojevic sting operation investigation).

Even before he takes the office this time ?

Sunday, December 21, 2008

New adjusted economic stimulus plan

New warnings about the economy prompt Obama's team to more than triple the cost of the plan in an effort to create or save more jobs.

Warned that the economy may get considerably worse, President-elect Barack Obama has more than tripled the size of the economic stimulus package he embraced during the campaign and is aiming to create or save 3 million jobs, up from 2.5 million

The plan may invest $675 billion to $775 billion over two years.
As recently as mid-October 08, Obama was talking a stimulus of about $175 billion.,0,1314165.story?track=ntothtml

Saturday, December 6, 2008

New economic agenda - bravo!

President-elect Barack Obama added sweep and meat to his economic agenda on Saturday, pledging the largest new investment in roads and bridges since President Dwight D. Eisenhower built the Interstate system in the late 1950s, and tying his key initiatives – education, energy, health care –back to jobs in a package that has the makings of a smaller and modern version of FDR's New Deal marriage of job creation with infrastructure upgrades.

The president-elect also said for the first time that he will “launch the most sweeping effort to modernize and upgrade school buildings that this country has ever seen.”

“We will repair broken schools, make them energy-efficient, and put new computers in our classrooms,” he said in the address.

Now, his key initiatives – education, energy, health care – are all being tied back to jobs.


Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Usa debt, solutions

The United States, in 1983, was the largest creditor nation ever seen in the world.
In 1985, the U.S. became a debtor nation and in 2006 became the largest debtor nation in the world.

The total government debt is over $125,000 per person, which is absolutely horrific.
The United States is currently spending $750 billion more each year with other countries than it is exporting to them, with $200 billion going directly to China.

The Manufacturing base of the 60's and 70's has long departed.
Rebuild the Manufacturing base.

We gave our job base,along with it's tax base and our technology, supposedly, to the poor third world countries and thus sold out our country as a whole, in order to allow a select few greedy corporate fatties, crooked politicions and overly monied stock traders to become zillionaires.

We need to demand all US companies produce their goods on US soil, pay their fair share of taxes and let american workers get back to work and pay their fair share of taxes.

Tax/tariff all foreign goods entering the US.

Slam the door of free credit being offered to every Tom,Dick and Sally that is not fiscally responsible.

Cut the fat from the government, reduce the amount of people that are not doing a good job.

Get Americans back to work in American companies, located and paying taxes in America, might be a good place to start.

Instead of trying to solve all the worlds problems, let the charity begin at home, fixing our situation first and foremost.

There was an error in this gadget