Sunday, November 9, 2008

A New Way of Doing Things

David Brooks the Republican pundit cannot grasp that not only will Barrack Obama attempt to do many things at once but will actually use doing these things together in order to accomplish that first thing, fixing the economy. This is a generational issue, directly related to Davis's inability to multitask. This may also be the reason the Republican Party finally dies, and goes the way of the Dinosaurs, like Sinclair Oil. Anyway to explain it to those of a bygone era, it is like making lemonade when life gives you lemons. It is actually an old way of doing things. If you are given a swamp, you buy saws, cut the lumber and build a lumberyard. The trees being gone you sell the saws and build a clay digger. Convert the Lumberyard into a Tile yard. Sell tiles, install tiles, plant orchard, garden, stock ponds with sunfish bass and catfish. Some things must be done sequentially, some all at once.

So, translating, It is by changing the Tax code, regulating financial markets, changing banking system, educating Americans, fixing and developing infrastructure that will allow growing the green economy that will permanently fix our failing economy. Fixing our health care system will save us money by making Americans healthier and more productive: A penny of prevention is worth a pound of cure. The bailing out measures we are currently working on is only a way of kicking the can down the road so things don't get too much worse before they get better. After all this is done and the new economy is begining to work "too well" -- heating up ever faster--we will slow it by paying down the debt.

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