April 13th, 2005


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02:57 pm - on being the man who rules the world... (for a day).

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on being the man who rules the world... (for a day). - graffiti.maverick

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From: mickgambino Date: April 14th, 2005 - 10:33 pm (Link)
1) Prostitution would be legalized, but there would be many regulations stringently enforced to ensure the safety of the customer and the "working girl." Why keep such a high revenue business illegal with the overwhelming risk of being stricken with some sort of transmitted disease. I would want there to be some sort of medical test and disclosure in which both the employee and the consumer are tested and the results logged in some sort of public record.

2) Disease Prevention and Cure Act: A bureacracy would be created with the sole purpose of investigating, researching, and testing diseases, and possible cures, that have the potential to become a global epidemic. It would be under the control and watch of the Health Department, which would be recieving larger amounts of allocated funds which would be taken from the defense budget. Which the US Defense Budget alone is literally equivalent to the defense budgets of the 7 other large, wealthy, industrialized nations.

3) The Innovation and Inventive Act: I would promote what the United States is best at- being the most innovative and inventive nation in the world. Once, every state and culture of people and industy emulated the United States. A tax incentive would be offered to companies, stating that the corporations that make strides towards newer technological advances, particularly in the realm of transportation would recieve these tax breaks as a reward. More money would also be allocated to, in a way, subsidize technology corporations- help pay employees and for resources and machines. This act could save certain industries billions of dollars from piracy, help enforce intellectual copy rights, and make us non-dependent on oil and natural gas (transportation and heating).
 

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