All problems can be solved.

Money Solves Problems

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Everybody seems to believe it does.  Every time there is a problem, the people scream and rant for the government to spend more money on the problem.  It does not matter what effect this would have on the problem or what harm it might cause.  Just spend more and more money on it.  They act like the government has unlimited funds to spend on every problem.  It does not.

Then, these stupids rant and cry for increased taxes to throw at the problem.

The cycle repeats itself over and over again.

The problem is not solved; spend more money on it; run out of money; raise taxes to get more money; the problem is still not solved; spend even more money on it; and so on and so on.

There is a better way.

Use intelligence to solve the problem.


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Written by solutions777

November 7, 2011 at 6:08 pm


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  1. Well obviously money is not an answer to all life’s problems but it does provide one with options.

    And by that I mean that when you are the decision maker and not the government. Career politicians are not there for the good of man kind NO! They’re like everyone else there for the Money! It’s simply their job.

    Thus said let’s talk about these occupy wall street series protests.
    As we all know banks and corporations existing have a number 1 priority on their lists – To Make a Profit. And they will do it any way possible.

    Politicians job in my humble opinion is to, this is important – give equal OPPORTUNITIES.(notice word opportunities not equal $dollar amount to everyone) That’s how this great country was built in fact…

    Now however… when politicians DECIDE that these corporations need to get more than everyone else in a form of a bail out, that’s when the whole economy starts going sideways.

    What influences these decisions we can only speculate but the hard fact is that OF COURSE the corporations will take the hand out it’s their #1 priority.

    And who’s the bad guy here? Why are we going after these business men and women? They’re not in charge of creating the playing field!

    SOLUTION: There’s only 430 something of these fellas sitting in the big house and there’s what 312 million Americans out there, that’s almost a million people per member (725581 to be exact :)) we can handle that.

    Got a little carried away here but yeah… That’s my humble opinion..


    November 7, 2011 at 6:36 pm

    • The comment is a little off target. Politicians, banks and corporations are doing their jobs. It is banks and corporations role in society to maximize profits, they are not social welfare organizations. With politicians, it is somewhat different; their job is to run the nation. The trouble is that all politicians are totally inept, some are corrupt. The citizens/voters keep electing politicians of the same stripe over and over again. The voters keep making election choices based upon ideology instead of the management ability of the candidates.


      November 9, 2011 at 6:46 pm

      • +1 Completely agree. I would add that it’s not just banks role to maximize profits in the society but every individuals too.
        We can’t expect banks and corporations to support us all, it’ll make them evil! Like those evil parents who wouldn’t give money every time you want an ice cream. 🙂


        November 10, 2011 at 5:10 pm

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