Here is what we should do. What ever is left in the stimulus-(I read we still have $100-$150 Million left) we can provide the poor and those who don’t have dental care for a free clean and check on their teeth; And if they need work that can be done also. Who can do the work? Student dentist that can take some debt off their student loans and retired dentists that can get a tax write off.

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media_muse 3 years 42 weeks ago
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'Fix Income Inequality with $10 million Loans for Everyone!'" I like this approach better. Its reasonable & is working for the banksters. AND it evens the playing field -which I find so sexy in a patriotic way.

Matt Taibbi | Free $10 Million Loans for All!

Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone
Taibbi writes: "I hope everyone saw ex-Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation chief Sheila Bair's editorial in the Washington Post, entitled, 'Fix Income Inequality with $10 million Loans for Everyone!'"
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Katshores 3 years 42 weeks ago
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Very interesting and still you didnt comment about my plan

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Bush_Wacker 3 years 42 weeks ago
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Quote media_muse:

'Fix Income Inequality with $10 million Loans for Everyone!'" I like this approach better. Its reasonable & is working for the banksters. AND it evens the playing field -which I find so sexy in a patriotic way.

Matt Taibbi | Free $10 Million Loans for All!

Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone
Taibbi writes: "I hope everyone saw ex-Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation chief Sheila Bair's editorial in the Washington Post, entitled, 'Fix Income Inequality with $10 million Loans for Everyone!'"
READ MORE

Can you imagine if everyone was given 10 million. The country would come to a screeching halt. No more place to buy groceries because nobody needs to sell groceries. No more places to shop or get your car fixed or get gasoline for your car either. If there's no need for money then there is no longer a need to work. No workers means nowhere to go and spend all that money you have. It basically becomes worthless.

media_muse 3 years 42 weeks ago
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Quote Katshores:

Very interesting and still you didnt comment about my plan

OK if you insist -Tabbi offered a plan - extremely sensible and we already know is working! ! ! These two critieria are plenty helpful in the NOW - like, you know, in REAL TIME. The plan offered by ex-Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation chief Sheila Bair's editorial in the Washington Post could be implemented today and our tomorrow would start with a better world.

Having debt reduction and tax write offs is the tax game we play by. What you offered needs more details - what is given doesn't make sense or cents to me - on how to achieve real debt reduction. I agree we need dental care just as much as health care. If you do some thinking about this and want to offer something doable let me hear it.

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