CanSo Dollars... could finance a Unified Theory of Modern World Problems?!

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  1. DennisTate

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    If... something like this was replicated in the USA.... do you think that you.... your family and your closest friends would probably use the extra five hundred dollars per month in a manner that would be productive?

    Do you think that the spending habits of your family would probably tend to increase employment and produce some jobs over the coming two years?
     
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    No, Dennis, I'm part of a family business. And we're trying to do more work with fewer employees.
     
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    But since my plan is unconditional to all citizens if done in the USA this could cause your family business to be much, much busier.
     
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    I suppose that's true. We could always use more business. :)
     
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    I like the idea of launching something where I volunteer my time as a writer and I come up with
    plans to raise funds for some of my favourite charities.

    http://www.politicalforum.com/index...paign-writings-as-art.534297/#post-1070012100


     
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    Not really..... but I did use spell and grammar check on all four of my previous campaign writings:
     
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    Well, you've certainly written a lot of letters.
     
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    Many young people look at Modern World Problems differently than
    I tend to do considering that I am now sixty years of age.

    Young people consider it a massive problem that they cannot seem to
    get the older generation to worry about Climate Change like they do having
    listened to "An Inconvenient Truth" over and over and over again.

    I have a possible compromise solution in mind:

    The Greenland 2019 melt and forcing M. P. Andrew Scheer and M. P. Bernier to cooperate?



    "If average ocean levels rose by eight to ten cms (3 or 4 inches) could high tide...
    ... rise by one meter in the Isthmus of Chignecto in Nova Scotia, Canada?


    This question is logical because the geography of Canada's Bay of Fundy produces the world's highest tides. In my part of Nova Scotia in Guysborough County there is very little funnelling of tidal waters......... so high tide is only about one to one point five meters above low tide.

    In the eastern area of the Bay of Fundy high tide levels are up by ten to fifteen meters."


    http://www.politicalforum.com/index...illion-dollar-problem.525406/#post-1068713597
    M. P. Bill Casey... President Trump has a 4.3 trillion dollar problem....


    Every cubic meter of ocean water that is desalinated and added to the water table of Israel, Jordan,
    California, Australia, Qatar, Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Morocco, or any other nation with lots of
    deserts is really good news for the owners of real estate along the eastern Bay of Fundy.

    But a Carbon Tax is extremely difficult to sell to us older Canadians. We know that Canada produces less than two percent of atmospheric greenhouse gas emissions and it is really difficult to convince us that a Carbon Tax will address the threat of rising ocean levels. A Carbon Tax or Cap and Trade System in order to any chance to be effective would also have to be done in China and India but a powerful case can be resented that China has deliberately increased its Carbon Footprint for the moment in order to maximize their profits once a Carbon Tax was implemented. Due to greatly increasing their output of greenhouse gas emissions they would easily decrease emissions and rake in tens and even hundreds of billions of dollars........ which for good reason really annoyed many Americans!
     
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