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A Solution To NO MORE or VERY LOW State Income or Property Taxes

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January 26, 2011 – Comments (1)

First of all, the primary expense of states is education.  If we move education online, it will cut out a large percentage of state expenditures and studies have shown learning improves online.

Then, we could eliminate most medicaid expenses simply by cutting out the fraud and unneccessary procedures.  We could probably close 50-70% of all hospitals and clinics.  If we promoted healthier living, that too would go a long way to reducing health care costs.  Finally, transfering a most of the functions of healthcare online would drive down costs where everyone could receive a satisfactory standard of care for essentially free.

By simply eliminating most healthcare and education expenses....we could dramatically lower the need for funding.

Then we could eliminate the need for most local governments and centralize administration at the state level.  Just the savings from contracting and centralizing government would go a long way to reducing expenses.

By implementing the above, we could reduce taxes dramatically.  However, it takes some convulsive changes such as shutting down schools and tranferring learning online....or visiting the doctor online....or applying for drivers license online.

My guess is when we went from the horse to the automobile, the changes were very convulsive.....now imagine going from brick and morter to online.......

Welcome to the Udderworld.com where we identfy the problems and solutions as we cross into the Digital Age.

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#1) On January 26, 2011 at 9:37 PM, Varchild2008 (85.32) wrote:

We should go back to CHALKBOARDS in Schools.

Just ask Glenn Beck where he likes Marker Boards..

I remember the switch from Chalkboards to Marker Boards..... Awful.........Either the right color not available, the marker dried out, the colors available too hard to read....etc. etc.

Chalk never fails as that was easy to read, easy to clean the board afterwards with a wet cloth....

Why...oh....Why....did America's School System spend thousands of dollars switching to Marker Boards?

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