There’s always peace, when there is prosperity for all. Anxiety is lowered, stress is almost obsolete when there is prosperity for all. The nations of the world are facing the most heightened tension days since their founding. The future is so uncertain, everyday we wake up with a new controversy or new scare during this pandemic and it’s unsettling. There is only one pathway forward, and it starts with creating programs that promote prosperity for all. When I am elected to Congress, this will be at the top of my list, this is my signature goal as a Statesman. To daily deliver new ideas to get more money in the pockets of the Average Everyday American.
Somedays that will mean cutting taxes, can you believe we cut taxes for the rich just a few years ago and got bipartisan support to do so. Yet, can’t bring a bill up for a vote to cut taxes for the middle class. Prosperity for all is something that I will live by, it’s literally the whole idea behind my activism today.
This thread will be constantly updated with more ideas on how we can create Prosperity for all:
- Cutting taxes on everyone. I see no reason to raise taxes on the top 1% or the Top 5%, this will only enable them to hide their money and find other ways to avoid paying taxes, but we should cut Taxes on everyone in America and find more ways to use Taxpayer money for the Everyday Average Americans. Instead of using Taxpayer money to give more incentive to the Top 1% and 5% of earners and networth in the country
- President Trump once said, why not instead of giving low income workers Food Stamps, why not give them food instead? He was referring to the massive overhaul, the massive extra food that is produced by American Farmers yearly that ends up getting burned. There are literally children going to sleep tonight hunger, and we have fields of corn being burned because of supply and demand chain, we have cattle being put to sleep or slaughtered then destroyed because of supply and demand chain. The Former President said “Why can’t we just give that food away?” I know some economist is going to say, well that would destroy the cost of those products or create inflation amongst the food lines. Nonetheless, this food is only going to the hungry, those with the means would still buy as they do today without food stamps.