When government has a long history of controlling a sector of the economy, they often build up a wealth of assets and capital.  When we transition to free enterprise, those assets are likely to be needed and valuable to private companies taking over those roles.  The following is a standard transition with the knowledge that there could be modifications depending on many factors.
The Transition
Once a bill is passed, the government will create a publicly traded corporation for each item or an appropriate group of items of value (school, Road, Building, ships, personnel, and equipment among others).   At the beginning, the government will be the sole owner of all stocks.  Each month they will have to price the stocks to sell off an additional one percent of the assets (adjusting in real time on the stock market). 
 As long as the government owns stocks in the corporation, each legislator will have voting rights for a percentage of the stocks that the government owns.  These legislators will have to go through Corporate Proxy Groups, thus giving a buffer of conflicts of interest.
All taxes that was supporting the government spending that transitioned to free enterprise will be eliminated by way of tax rate reductions and the free market corporation will charge for their services.  If there is a desire for a service, the private sector will work out the details.
Funds from selling the stocks of the assets will first account for debt realized from the current system and then the rest will be government money to pay down government debt.     
 
    Haley2024 The Movement Blog

    Bill Haley

    Bill Haley started this Haley2024 in the spring of 2013 in an effort to do his part of restoring freedom to America.

    Archives

    July 2016
    April 2016
    December 2015
    November 2015
    October 2015
    June 2015
    February 2015
    January 2015
    September 2014
    July 2014
    June 2014
    May 2014
    April 2014
    March 2014
    February 2014
    January 2014
    September 2013

    Categories

    All