Let's look at politics in the U.S.. Basically the President comes from one of two main parties, the Republican Party or the Democratic Party. The best candidates both parties came up with in 2016 were Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Were they the best choices? The people could have voted for Gary Johnson, but they didn't.
Who is squeaky clean enough to honor the position of President?
Since we live in a country where free enterprise, liberty, and freedom rule, why shouldn't the government use the free market to raise money by selling power to the rich. Those that want it, pay for it, they're doing it now behind closed doors in a round about way, anyway.
Another way is to make politics an open market. One big board, similar to the stock exchange featuring all the candidates that want to be President, Senator, or a member of the House of Representatives. Any citizen can send in money and get their own name or someone else's name on the big board.
One month before election day, the top five money earners start the run off. The candidates have 30 days to raise the final donations. The job goes to the candidate on election day that has raised the most money under his name, for the government. None of the final candidates can donate during the run off period.
The government will raise millions if not billions and the people will get someone that they think deserves the job. This would be considered a political tax. The downside is the poor will have less to say in who's elected, so it's a wash and everyone can benefit from the extra tax.
Of course this will never happen, but we can have some fun with the next best thing, World Peace In Progress, thinking outside the box, where the rich can buy power.
The project, game, experiment or what ever you want to call it, known as "World Peace In Progress" was created to introduce free enterprise, liberty, and freedom to the rest of the world.
The future is unknown, but it can be planned and even predicted.
Will our planet ever have world peace? Most likely not in our life time, but we can have some fun trying, thanks to free enterprise, liberty, and freedom. Let's make the future better for all mankind. Start your journey by controlling a seat in the World Peace Political Center.
Seat holders have a bright future, over time the seat holders get occupied by more powerful people. The reason is because a seat doubles in price every time it changes hands. The good news is when a person loses his power, he makes a profit.
Another way to look at it is with this system, the people are profiting from those that can afford to buy power. Everyone is a winner in the end. The seat holders end up being the self proclaimed, smartest, richest, and most powerful people on earth, and those that lose their seat make a profit.
This is like owning a collectable for fun or profit while promoting world peace.
Here's a rare opportunity to become a part of history. Buy a random documented memorial for $2 and see if it will become one of the most expensive collectables in the world.
Documented memorials may also be purchased as a gift for others. Just write GIFT and include the email address of the person you're buying a gift for.
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As seats become too expensive for the average person to buy, anyone may help the cause just by going shopping at the Free Enterprise World Mall.
Click the angel below and go shopping in the Free Enterprise World Mall to make the world a better place for future generations. When you buy a product in the mall you are compensating a seat holder and helping many charities.
Here's a rough outline of a bill that can solve many problems.
#1. Zero Federal income tax.
#2. Have a 15% federal sales tax on all transactions including salaries.
#3. One third of the sales tax goes to Medicare for all.
#4. Every citizen gets $200 dollars a month.
#5. Every person over 65 gets $1000 a month plus the $200 a month. Must be a citizen for over 5 years to get the $1000 a month.
#6. Everyone in the U.S. at this time in history may apply for citizenship.
#7 Anyone may purchase additional insurance in the open market.