Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Dear Fellow Sheeple, move Upward with me, Goodspaceguy
Dear fellow Sheeple, move Upward with me, Goodspaceguy.
My name is Goodspaceguy, and I am one of 15 candidates for the office of US Senator from Washington State. This important Primary Election ends Tuesday, August 17, 2010. Please vote and help unsabotage our economy.
Who am I? I’m just some guy who has studied economics and who advocates unsabotaging our economy so that everyone who wants to work can have a choice of jobs.
And I’m just some guy who has studied astronomy who advocates getting our orbital space colonies started. You have already paid the money, but we don’t have the starter cololnies.
And I am also a life-long student who is also advocating that we do more research in Rejuvenation Science so that you and I might stay young longer.
I, Goodspaceguy, object to the billions and billions of dollars of waste that I know about, and I object to the sabotage of our economy that has caused the loss of so many jobs.
Under the big spenders who you usually elect, this waste and this sabotage of our economy continues, year-after-year, and throws some of you out of work, thereby lowering production and lowers our living standard.
I have become prosperous because I am a small spender.
The big spenders, whom you usually elect, tend to build powerful campaign organizations. Then they steam roll the small spenders, like myself, and then you elect the big spenders, and then you suffer under the tax burden that the big spenders put on your shoulders.
You who are the workers have to carry the load of big government with its many acts of destruction and its many wasteful rob-Peter-to-pay-Paul programs and its various wars. You workers are carrying a heavy, heavy burden that you may have voted for. This limits the share of your production that is left over for you to consume.
Although we sheeple are the foundation of power, we sheeple are regularly shorn.
Let us unsabotage our economy. Vote for the small spenders ... especially the small spenders who understand economics. Big spenders and the big government they build and maintain are forced to shear you! It is in the nature of big spending that you be shorn.
In solving world problems and unsabotaging our economy, please think of your Earth as a spaceship: our Spaceship Earth, and please think of yourselves and me as crew members, working to improve life on our Spaceship Earth.
Some nations have dictators who often run their economies badly.
But we, the sheeple, have a democratic republic, which we are currently running badly because most people have not been educated in the science of economics. But at least we have People Power. Our people need to study how to operate our economy better. Our economy is like a machine, like a truck.
A truck runs better when its owner studies how it works and studies how to maintain it.
To run our Spaceship Earth better, I request that you spend some time studying the science of economics and studying how to promote greater long-run profits and incentives.
When people attack profits, they decrease jobs. Losses create layoffs, but profits create jobs. Therefore, you who want jobs, you especially should defend profits and you should speak against progressive taxation because it decreases incentive.
As a student of economics, the best regressive form of taxation that I know about is the regressive head tax. Regressive taxation promotes smaller government and greater production and lowers the burden on the workers. Surprisingly, the head tax helps to raise the living standard of the workers as the workers get to keep a larger percentage of their production.
Of all forms of taxation that I, Goodspaceguy, know about, the head tax is the least distortive tax that you can place on yourselves as you operate our government and our competitive economy.
To get our competitive free market functioning better, let us build a job/wealth partnership.
When profits disappear, the business owners find themselves working for free. When losses grow, the business owners are actually paying to work, instead of being paid to work. Losses increase layoffs.
For a healthy economy, workers and owners would do well to form a team relationship that will produce long-term profits and long-term jobs.
Let us increase the benefits for wealthy people to move to Washington State and to bring their headquarters and jobs here, and let us make it profitable for wealthy people to stay in Washington State.
Let us continue to oppose the sneaking in of an income tax.
Let us abolish any inheritance tax so that there will be more incentive to become wealthy and create more jobs.
To become the leading jobs and wealth producing state will not be easy because it requires changing erroneous beliefs, but jobs and wealth do go together. When people attack wealth, they help create unemployment.
If we study economics and profits, and if we build the reputation that Washington State is the leading job/wealth producing state in the United States, we can become leaders in making our Spaceship Earth a more prosperous spaceship.
Let us start to unsabotage our economy, and let us start by abolishing the evil minimum wage that makes it difficult for people-with-problems to get jobs.
The unemployment rate indicates how badly the power-structure has sabotaged our economy and decreased our jobs. You should not re-elect those big spenders who have put such a huge burden on you … including your loss of jobs.
We should already have more than 200 private space habitats in orbit, connected together in different configurations and in different orbits. You have already paid the money required for space colonization, but you have not gotten the space colonies because many of your chosen leaders have not studied space colonization, and so they have misspent your money, not understanding the Fantastic Future that we can build.
Gradually, the other nations of our Spaceship Earth will be doing more and more in space. India and China have already sent research spacecraft to orbit the Moon.
The colonization of space by life from Earth has a similar significance as the colonization of the land by life from the sea millions and million of years ago. Space colonization will be a big thing in the history of our Spaceship Earth and in the history of human civilization.
If you look at our Spaceship Earth with your naked eye from the orbit of Planet Neptune, Earth is so small that you will not be able to see our tiny Spaceship Earth. All the civilization and history of human kind has occurred on a tiny dot in space that is so small that it is invisible when looking at our entire solar system at once.
The Sun orbiting space colonies are coming. Then when the killer comets and asteroids (like those, which we recently photographed hitting Planet Jupiter) cross the orbit of our Spaceship Earth, the space colonists will be in place to start the mining of those killer comets and asteroids. Busy mining away … the space colonist can convert the materials of the comets and asteroids into resources for further expanding their Sun orbiting space colonies. Using the huge power of the Sun, the orbiting space colonist will gradually be able to build the most sophisticated human societies our human race has ever known.
We are operating way below our production possibility curve. We can do so much, much better.
Forty years ago with our Moon landings, we should have started the beginning, private enterprise space colonies.
Move upward with Goodspaceguy. Vote for Goodspaceguy. Recommend Goodspaceguy.
Wednesday, July 07, 2010
GOODSPACEGUY: MESSAGE 40 FOR OUR SPACESHIP EARTH
This is a July 7, 2010 message from me, Goodspaceguy, one of fifteen candidates for the office of US Senator from Washington State to Congress.
I, Goodspaceguy, request that you think of our Earth as a beautiful spaceship, traveling in space around our Sun in our solar system. Also, please think of me and you as crew members of Spaceship Earth, solving problems from the viewpoint that we are the crew of Spaceship Earth.
How high can we raise knowledge and the quality of life? How close can we come to making Washington State into a leading job/wealth growing state? If people allow us to unsabotage our competitive free market economy, our economy can then provide job choices for everyone who wants to work. To increase jobs, please let us build a job and wealth partnership.
Let’s abolish the evil, job-destroying minimum wage in the private sector so that we can get more homeless people and people-with-problems working.
At government-only minimum wages, our national and local governments should become safety-net employers and back their minimum wages by employing as helpers those people (including people-with-problems) who apply for work at the different minimum wages. We need helpers in all areas in which our governments provide services.
The unemployment rate indicates how badly our leaders have sabotaged our job market. Let’s reduce crime and raise the living standard by unsabotaging our economy. Let us grow jobs for everyone who is willing to work. Idleness promotes crime, but work produces the goods and services and income that make-up our living standard. Let us use our unemployed people! Unemployment is a huge waste!
Our economy is like a truck. Economics tells us how to operate and unsabotage our economic truck. Elect small-spending candidates who understand economics. Identify and vote against big spenders.
Some centuries have greatness in them. In about the last hundred years, we Earthlings developed cars, radios, airplanes, movies, television and computerization. We moved from the Horse and Buggy Age into the start of the Space Age. Some areas of Science Fiction have become and are becoming reality. Now a great goal for this new century is for us Washingtonians to help build our Fantastic Future in Orbital Space, the High Frontier!
We should already have more than 200 privately owned habitats in orbit around our Spaceship Earth, around our Moon, around our Sun, and around our Mars, but we don’t. We have already spent the required money, but our leaders have not studied Orbital Space Colonization. Our leaders have misspent our money. We have fallen far below our potential in orbital space colonization, a next big thing.
NASA’s main research project should become “How to live, work, privatize, and prosper in Earth Orbital Space.” Colonists should learn to live in orbital space before going on to Mars. I, Goodspaceguy, already know how. I plan to use NASA in my privatization plan.
I, Goodspaceguy, am a life-long student. I have studied economics and many subjects, including how to raise the living standard and improve the quality-of-life on Spaceship Earth. Let’s build the greatness of the 20th Century into our new 21st Century.
The population explosion on our Spaceship Earth is a cause of many problems: extreme poverty, piracy, slavery, genocide, and war. Refuges flee to Washington State.
People try to avoid taxes. Regressive head taxes would be a much more pleasant method of population control on our Spaceship Earth than staying with the current, cruel methods, such as starvation, disease, murder, genocide, and war. Head taxes can slow the flood of people onto Spaceship Earth. Stop making more people who make more poverty.
Spaceship Earth now has to support more than six people for every one person she supported two hundred years ago. The population on Spaceship Earth continues to grow. Illegal immigration increases. Education, and head tax responsibility-for-children, and birth control are some good ways to stop and reverse the population explosion that is causing poverty and habitat and wild-life destruction on our Spaceship Earth.
Because Maryland donated the land that became Washington D. C., I want the people of Washington D. C. to be allowed to vote in federal elections through the state of Maryland. I, Goodspaceguy, want beautiful Puerto Rico to become our 51st state.
Work builds our living standard. People try to avoid taxation, so we should reduce taxes on working. As a student of economics, the regressive head tax, which encourages work, is the least distortive tax that I, Goodspaceguy, know of.
To increase employment in the private sector, increase profits, defend wealth. Losses create layoffs. Profits create jobs.
I (owner, accountant, economist, handyman, and astronomer) Goodspaceguy, born in Minnesota and educated at universities in Germany, Sweden, and America, earned important minors in economics in my bachelor’s degree and then in my master’s degree. I learned from getting to know many people from different cultures.
I, Goodspaceguy, am a healthy non-smoker, non-drinker, non-drug user, but as a believer in individual freedom and free-will and upward evolution, I believe that each individual should decide whether or not to engage in habits which are harmful to oneself. I, Goodspaceguy, am pro-choice on most everything that doesn’t harm other people. Taxpayers, through their governments, should not incur the wasteful and burdensome cost of interfering. It is important to protect each individual’s ownership over its body.
I am able to read several foreign languages. I am a science fiction fan, an astronomer, an economist, an investor, an owner, and an admirer of beautiful stars in the sky and in the movies. I want to advance technology to new heights, such as the technology of recycling in orbital space colonization. I want our space colonist to learn how to live in orbital space around our Spaceship Earth before going on to our Mars.
I, Goodspaceguy, want us to increase rejuvenation research to regain youth lost.
Dear fellow crew member of our Spaceship Earth: To promote the wealth of the workers, please recommend regressive head-taxes, defend the rule of law and incentive, defend wealthy people, and defend small government. (Big government is a heavy load for us workers to carry.) Increase the incentive to work and invest and grow prosperous. Oppose progressive taxation. Oppose inheritance taxes. Promote the jobs/wealth partnership. Working workers can build a wealthy, prosperous Spaceship Earth.
I, Goodspaceguy, want more stars in our flag.
Because some workers want more leisure, government should lead by creating
flexible, part-time employment programs, such as three and four day work-week options, which would create seven days of service each week and give the workers the amount of leisure that each chooses. Increased leisure improves some people’s living standards.
To learn more, please google me: Goodspaceguy, where you will find me and several talented and fascinating people who claim to be me: Goodspaceguy.
Please keep campaign contributions under $ 25 per contributor, thanks.
Elect Goodspaceguy, 10219 Ninth Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98168
Tuesday, July 06, 2010
GOODSPACEGUY SAYS LOWER HIGH COMPENSATION TO PROMOTE EMPLOYMENT.
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Message 39 on blog: Our Spaceship Earth
From Goodspaceguy, a middle of the flock sheeple and a 2010 Primary Election US senatorial candidate from Washington State
High Compensation Promotes Unemployment
In our competitive free market economy, prices change. Prices adjust. Prices attempt to create a full employment economy by finding the price level where supply and demand balance. At the balancing, equilibrium prices for labor, people should have a choice of jobs. Wages are a prime ingredient in the construction of prices. Usually, when wages go up, prices go up. A simple rule: if wages go up, prices go up.
High compensation promotes unemployment and recession, because the high, increasing compensation causes profits to turn to losses. Then some of the highly compensated people get laid off. (There is not enough money to hire everyone at high pay.)
A simple rule: Losses create layoffs. Profits create jobs.
But the COMPETITIVE free market attempts to bring in competing labor to bring down the cost of labor until everyone who wants to work at the competitive market rate has work at the different free market rates for the different types of labor.
At the lower market rates for labor, profits might increase. Increasing profits help to increase employment.
If you want to increase employment, do what is necessary to increase long-run profits. Profits promote employment. Losses cause job loss.
Recessions and recurring recessions are caused by widespread compensation and other costs and other taxes and other regulations that are too, too high. Profits again disappear. Jobs are again lost. Recessions force people to become more reasonable in their compensation demands. Receiving less compensation, people can help make up for other sabotage of the market place that may be occurring. If people do help lower the effects of sabotage of the market, profits may return. Then jobs may return.
But with good times returning, people may again demand higher compensation. Profits decrease.
To increase profits, people can also decrease taxes and regulations or other causes of sabotage of the job market.
Can you think of anything else that will decrease profits and lead to job loss?
How about management mistakes? Would labor unions do anything to decrease profits and thereby decrease jobs?
The wonderful COMPETITIVE free market strives again and again and again for balance and full employment.
Move upward to full employment with Goodspaceguy.
Thursday, July 01, 2010
GOODSPACEGUY SAYS VOTERS SHOULD STOP PROMOTING BIG GOVERNMENT
From Goodspaceguy, a middle of the flock sheeple and a 2010 Primary Election US Senatorial candidate from Washington State.
The voters promote big government by usually voting for the big spending candidates, which the media usually helps promote. (Please, stop doing this. Vote for the small spenders instead, hopefully for small spenders who understand economics.)
The winning, big spenders, who the voters normally vote for, then continue to maintain or even grow big government, a heavy, heavy burden on the workers.
Big government wastes resources, destroys resources, over-regulates, and causes stagnation. The workers must carry the waste and burden of big government. The living standard of the workers is reduced.
Thus Goodspaceguy says that the voters have been reducing the living standard of the workers by voting for the big spending candidates, promoted by the media. Please, lighten the burden carried by the workers and vote instead for small spenders who understand economics.