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Tuesday, December 06, 2005

One Hundred and Seventeenth Question


13 Comments:

  • At 11:18 AM, Blogger nancy =) said…

    no one from the state of texas is ever allowed to be president of the united states ever again...

     
  • At 11:52 AM, Blogger timothy said…

    Now Nancy, that's just not fair.

    W. is not actually a true Texan, he was born on the East Coast and moved to Texas later on! So we don't really consider him one of our own!

    Now Eisenhower and LBJ, those two we'll claim.

    My Answer:Legalize "it".

     
  • At 12:14 PM, Blogger nancy =) said…

    okay tim you're right...i'll amend my response to read "no one pretending to be a texan is allowed to run for president of the u.s...and i really like your answer...it would resolve so many hassles...

    peace...

     
  • At 1:23 PM, Blogger Clandestine said…

    Let gay people get married to each other!!

     
  • At 2:21 PM, Blogger littlefeet said…

    i cannot choose just one...

    womans right to choose...and proper health care for that choice...and the right to get birth control if/when she needs it...

    the right to marry any adult human you want...no matter who they are...and no matter how many you want to marry...

    legalize prostitution...with reasonable taxing and proper health care...

    legalize marijuana...with reasonable taxing...

    make adoptions easier for those of us that need to protect our children...

    make raising the victims an absolute crime...not allowing the molester back into the home of the victims...and sterilization mandatory...

    there are more...but this is a decent start...

    peace...

     
  • At 3:10 PM, Blogger StacyGrrrL said…

    Only one law? Geez...so hard to decide...
    I can't do it!!!

    I'd do away with the whole Electoral College/Popular Vote tyranny and let the people speak.

    I'd move to keep the government and Oprah out of everyone else's bedrooms.

    I would make littering legal to help the unemployment rate go down.

    I would outlaw public broadcast of known quacks.

    There are a variety of topics that I would make mandatory lesson plans for in public high schools (ie. philosophy, broader sciences, critical thinking, etc.)

     
  • At 4:05 PM, Blogger AKH said…

    OH I only get one. Hmmm that would be a tough one.

    I guess true equality for everyone no matter your sex, race, religion, or sexual orientation, etc. Of course gay marriage would be protected under that law.

    Some of my other laws that I'm sure I could add to this one because isn't that what congress does, fatten up all their laws ...

    Woman's right to choose

    Standardized public schools across the country. Why should the rich get better public schools then the poor. All public schools should be equal. If you have extra money and want to send your kid to a better school, send them to private schools.

    Health care for everyone who needs it including all children, the poor, and the elderly.

    Make sure child molestors aren't allowed on the streets ever again.

    A law that says the environment should come before profits. So if there is a way to make things safer for the environment and a company's profits are the only thing that are getting in the way, I say screw the stockholders, save the environment. (The stockholders should have a diversified portfolio to handle these minor setbacks anyway.)

     
  • At 4:42 PM, Blogger Mr. Incredulous said…

    Driving eligibility ends, regardless of physical/ mental capacity, at age 70. To compensate, I'd have the federal government create and fund a "senior transportation" voucher which enables them to get around via bus, subway, tram, taxi, and/or locally contracted transport services at a minimal fraction of PUC rates. A portion of each state's lottery proceeds would feed into the system to ensure solvency and function, thereby minimizing any cost to the individual taxpayer.
    Sorry, but there are too many little old blue-haired people who claim to be good drivers, but in reality are a hazard to everyone else on the road!
    Also included in this would be a minimum height requirement for operating a motor vehicle: 60".

     
  • At 4:47 PM, Anonymous mish-mash mousse said…

    Abolish seperation of church and state, so Christian education can be part of the public school system again. This would also protect the "under God" phrase in the Pledge of allegiance, and silent meditation/prayer would be allowed...

     
  • At 7:18 PM, Blogger she died said…

    I'd do away with all the political perks that politicians have. No more lifetime payments of their salaries, no special medical plans. I'd make every government employee pay into to social security, just like the rest of us. I'd make them eligible for that measley $1200 a month SS benefit at age 65 that the rest of us get. If they wanted more, they'd have to put their 15% into a employer sponsered plan with a maximum 4% match. I'd make them sign up for medicare at 65, with the rest of us, and have limited affordable access to perscription drugs. Once I did away with all their perks, I guarantee they'd fix the problems with social security, medicare, etc...

     
  • At 9:12 PM, Blogger Sariah said…

    I'd give salary caps to professional athletes. They get paid ridiculous amounts of money. Oh, and the so-called musicians and actors. I'm sorry, but making a hit record or a hit movie does not entitle you to millions of dollars. Neither does hrowing a ball around. Give pay raises to people who work their butts off constantly: teachers, police officers, firefighters, etc.

     
  • At 10:15 PM, Blogger SassyFemme said…

    Gay marriage is legal!

     
  • At 12:48 AM, Blogger Ace of Spades said…

    Gay marriage for sure.

     

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