'There Oughta Be a Law' that Destroys Extra Money; What Do You Think?

@mythociate (15963)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
March 30, 2011 6:16pm CST
Money that sits in the bank--when it is not being saved-up for a certain purchase--is 'dead weight' after a certain amount of time ... money that is said to be "in the economy" but is really just 'money that nobody has.' I think we should eliminate this 'dead weight'-money---erasing it from existence (in much the same way it was probably created---by changing a few written numbers around) or donating it to the National Debt. How long should the 'certain amount of time' be? How can we get this suggestion into Congress? If you don't agree with it, why not?
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• United States
31 Mar 11
Personally I feel after the time is up that money should be used for a good cause. I feel that many today cannot and or do not donate to much needed poverty. So my vote is that this money be put to really good use towards hunger and or homeless needy people.
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@mythociate (15963)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
20 Apr 11
Sort of like King David (except the King is a different person everyday): The Richest Man in the Country should see to it that All Families have enough to eat before he spends another dime on himself.
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