The Executive Order That Can Change It All
That there is a need for change there is no doubt. Below please find an Executive Order that outlines how we can produce new and better solutions to the important issues facing us today!
These issues include:
How to end hunger
How to end the problems of the homeless
How to diminish and even eliminate poverty altogether
How to reduce crime
How to solve the problems of foreclosure
How to provide research money for cancer and all diseases
How to eliminate taxes on the rich, poor and the forgotten middle class
How to eliminate the national debt
How to eliminate our immigration problems
How to control inflation
How to provide social security to the sick and the elderly
How to guarantee job assurance for all Americans
How to provide whatever is needed for our self defense
How to end our needs for going to war.
How to provide FREE and universal healthcare for all Americans
How to provide FREE and universal education for all Americans
How to insure freedoms guaranteed in the Constitution
How to create a higher standard of living for all Americans? How to recreate a government of, by and for the people
EXECUTIVE ORDER #1.
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:
SECTION 1. PURPOSE:According to the Preamble of the Constitution which is the undisputed law of the land that it is the purpose and therefore the obligation of the government to provide for the Common Defense, to promote the General Welfare and to insure the Blessings of Liberty.
SECTION 2. DELEGATED POWER.
The Constitution also states that the obligation for insuring that these laws are enforced is the responsibility of the president. It is the purpose of this executive order to now enumerate how those rights are to be enforced.
SECTION 3. ESTABLISHMENT
a) There shall be established within the Department of Treasury an agency to be known as the Department of General Welfare.
b) There shall be established for each citizen a Legal Tender General Welfare Transaction Account.
SECTION 4. DEFINITIONS:
In General- For purposes of this Executive
Order, the following definitions shall apply:
(1) Department of General Welfare - The agency responsible for the authorizing and maintaining of Negative Debiting Merchants, Non Debiting Merchants, and Transaction Accounts.
(2) NON DEBITING MERCHANT - The term NON Debiting Merchant means a merchant approved by the Department of General Welfare whose authorized account is credited for a transaction and whose BUYER'S TRANSACTION ACCOUNT IS NOT DEBITED REGARDLESS OF ITS BALANCE.
(3) NEGATIVE DEBITING MERCHANT - The term Negative Debiting Merchant means a merchant approved by the Department of General Welfare whose authorized account is credited for a transaction and whose BUYER'S TRANSACTION ACCOUNT IS DEBITED REGARDLESS OF ITS BALANCE.
(4) GENREAL WELFARE LEGAL TENDER SOCIAL SECURITY TRANSACTION ACCOUNT means
(a) An account in which the account holder is permitted to make deposits, withdrawals, and transfers to and from other authorized accounts.
(b) An account that shall be held for the exclusive use of the account holder.
(c) An account that may not be used by a depository institution to fund loans or investments.
(d) An account for which a depository institution may charge a reasonable fee for providing account services.
(e) An account bearing the holders singular authorized social security number.
(f) An account authorized to permit Federal and State governments to debit and credit.
(g) An account authorized to conduct negative debiting transactions.
(h) An account authorized to conduct negative non debiting transactions.
() An account that pays in interest, the prime rate percentage as published by the Federal Reserve.
SECTION 5. GENERAL WELFARE BENEFITS: For the purpose of this Executive Order The General Welfare shall consist of the following:
SECTION 5a. NON DEBITING MERCHANTS: Any
Department of General Welfare approved merchant in the fields of Healthcare and Education
SECTION 5b. DEBITING MERCHANTS: Any Department of General Welfare approved merchant in the fields of Food, Clothing, Shelter, Energy, Communication, and Transportation
SECTION 6. MERCHANT APPROVAL: Before
the end of the 30-day period beginning on the date of the enactment of this Executive Order, the Department of General Welfare
shall accept applications to determine what merchant accounts will be authorized for non and negative debiting
SECTION 7. TIME LIMITATIONS: The amount of time allowed for a transaction account to have a negative balance shall be 90 days.
SECTION 8. REMEDIES: The remedy that
shall be imposed upon a transaction account at the end of 90 days with a negative balance shall be determined by
the Department of General Welfare and include one or more of the following:
(a) The Forgiveness and a return of the account balance to 0.
(b) The offer of employment for which the account holder has previous experience.
(c) The offer of employment for which the account holder has no previous experience.
(d) The Enrollment in a training program.
(e) The Enrollment in an institution of higher learning.
(f) Incarceration not to exceed 90 days per occurrence.
SECTION 9. ENACTMENT DATE: The date
of enactment shall be the date this Executive Order is signed.
The White House,
January 17, 2017.
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