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TOPIC: Top_down_wealth,_is_a_inverted_pyrimid
Created by: Robert_Hil
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A fact of life is that a stable pyrimid is one in which the base is strongest, where the weight is spread at the base and each level higher is comprised from fewer and fewer blocks. This continues until you are left with the capstone at the top.

A stable economy is built upon this same sound principle. The problem in the US is, we are trying to make our own rules and ignore these principles. Case in point, how employers (those in the middle) receive economic help from the government each time one of its employees or costumers are paid welfare (provided cheap/reduced cost healthcare, housing aid, heating aid, other government funded program).

Make no mistake, these programs are bad for a long term economic system, but it is that system that business operates off of. The masses have, with their votes. Stated that they will live better than third world status, it is the obligation of the businessmen and women to make that minimum sustainable, even if they must reduce themselves to do it.

Failure to need that minimum, only leads to the widening gap between the wealthy and everyone else, the acceptance of a ever worse economic model for business and the masses turning toward socialism, big government and in time, accepting communism.

Face facts, your ideas of capitalism are but a dream. You are a citizen of the US, bound to the collective will of its people who repeatedly votes in favor of a welfare state to feed, cloth, shelter and provide for the general welfare of the people. You have two choices, stay the course and ride the speeding train off the cliff, or change tracks at the junctions ahead, right this pyrimid and make stable the economy, by having the majority if the wealth spread across the base, not the middle or top.

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A fact of life is that a stable pyrimid is one in which the base is strongest, where the weight is spread at the base and each level higher is comprised from fewer and fewer blocks. This continues until you are left with the capstone at the top.

A stable economy is built upon this same sound principle. The problem in the US is, we are trying to make our own rules and ignore these principles. Case in point, how employers (those in the middle) receive economic help from the government each time one of its employees or costumers are paid welfare (provided cheap/reduced cost healthcare, housing aid, heating aid, other government funded program).

Make no mistake, these programs are bad for a long term economic system, but it is that system that business operates off of. The masses have, with their votes. Stated that they will live better than third world status, it is the obligation of the businessmen and women to make that minimum sustainable, even if they must reduce themselves to do it.

Failure to need that minimum, only leads to the widening gap between the wealthy and everyone else, the acceptance of a ever worse economic model for business and the masses turning toward socialism, big government and in time, accepting communism.

Face facts, your ideas of capitalism are but a dream. You are a citizen of the US, bound to the collective will of its people who repeatedly votes in favor of a welfare state to feed, cloth, shelter and provide for the general welfare of the people. You have two choices, stay the course and ride the speeding train off the cliff, or change tracks at the junctions ahead, right this pyrimid and make stable the economy, by having the majority if the wealth spread across the base, not the middle or top.

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