- Dec 31, 2015
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you're a loon. You need cops to protect against criminals who obviously won’t be following the rules. You need firemen to put out fires. Utility company’s are not digital, and need workers in the field. Crops and food goes bad if it’s not maintained.... I could keep going but I think you get the point. If you don’t then you are an idiot... and you still haven’t explained why it’s not a better idea for the government to just pay all the bills during the shut downIf everything is shut down, that wouldn't just mean the exchange of money; it would mean the production and distribution of food, medicines, utilities, services—everything.If everything...and I do mean EVERYTHING shut down......that would include those bills...……..what's there to afford??? During such a shut down, any bills incurred or not paid during the shut down would be added to your normal billing cycle but on a payment plan like adding an additional amount to the normal payment, paid back when shut down is over & everything back up & running. Limiting the time to pay it back to within a year or 2 at most.
What are people supposed to eat, when they cannot get food? What are people supposed to drink, when the supply of tap water stops flowing? What will happen to sanitation, when the sewers back up? Of course, you'll also have no electricity or gas with which to heat or cool your home, or to operate any appliances.
When there are far more people trying to survive under what, in effect, are stone-age conditions, with no technology, than the land can come anywhere close to supporting without modern technology, how many will survive?
NO...…..most utilities are digital or computerized and would still remain available. Any employees needed to keep it running would have to venture out for that purpose, but only the absolute neccessary to do so.
Any and all foods, medicines, or supplies be purchased in advance (may have to go on the future payment plan to do so).
No production would be needed, if it's prepared for in advance. The biggest issue would be healthcare related.......anyone with existing serious health issues, in hospitals or other facilities....that's where it could be the biggest problem
I may very well be a loon...…..but I do know that having the government pay for everything including business, people, corporations, etc by the trillion$ is not going to avoid an economic depression, but quite the opposite and very possibly a complete collapse