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Votes for Small Business Administration Ministry
« on: May 11, 2013, 03:41:59 PM »
USA Small Business Administration Ministry
http://usparliament.org/sba.php


1.   Eballots cast for Directors
2.   Eballots cast for Internal Rules
3.   Eballots cast for Resolutions
* * *


1.   Eballots cast for Directors

Results (5/10/2013)
Director Gina D'Andrea
Director Dexter Redland
Director Susan Hopkins
Director Anna Trevorrow
Director James Ogle
Director Pat LaMarche
Director Ajai Dittmar
Director Mosheh Thezion
Director Vanessa Morley
Director Dan Sonenberg
Director Norm Mickey
Director Tiffany Briscoe
Director Andrew Hollis
Director Jim Doyle
Director David Palmer
Director Daniel Stromgren
Director Ralph Beach
Director Benjamin Meiklejohn
Director Eric Peterson
Director Marcia Everett

Totals (5/10/2013)
9,2 Gina D'Andrea (2 tics, sum 11)
12,1 Dexter Redland (2 tics, sum 13)
11,5 Susan Hopkins (2 tics, sum 16)
7,10 Anna Trevorrow (2 tics, sum 17)
8,10 James Ogle (2 tics, sum 18)
13,6 Pat LaMarche (2 tics, sum 19)
1 Ajai Dittmar
2  Mosheh Thezion
3 Vanessa Morley
3 Dan Sonenberg
4 Norm Mickey
5 Tiffany Briscoe
4 Andrew Hollis
6 Jim Doyle
7 David Palmer
9 Daniel Stromgren
8 Ralph Beach
14 Benjamin Meiklejohn
15 Eric Peterson
16 Marcia Everett

James Ogle's eballot cast on 5/10/2013
1 Ajai Dittmar
2  Mosheh Thezion
3 Vanessa Morley
4 Norm Mickey
5 Tiffany Briscoe
6 Jim Doyle
7 Anna Trevorrow
8 Ralph Beach
9 Gina D'Andrea
10 James Ogle
11 Susan Hopkins
12 Dexter Redland
13 Pat LaMarche
14 Benjamin Meiklejohn
15 Eric Peterson
16 Marcia Everett

Benjamin Meiklejohn's marked eballot for Directors on 5/9/2013
2___ Gina D'Andrea
10___ Anna Trevorrow
5___ Susan Hopkins
6___ Pat LaMarche
1___ Dexter Redland
___ Mosheh Thezion
___ Vanessa Morley
4___ Andrew Hollis
___ Norm Mickey
___ Tiffany Briscoe
3___ Dan Sonenberg
___ Jim Doyle
___ Ralph Beach
7___ David Palmer
8___ James Ogle
9___ Daniel Stromgren
* * *


2.   Eballots cast for Internal Rules

Totals
Totals which passed:
2,3  Small Business Administration Directors and Ministers will be paid in
company stocks/shares from any new corporations and/or businesses launched
for work in regards towards launching the new small businesses as long as
ranked choice voting is used to elect the board of directors, decisions and
as long as half the elected directors of such businesses are workers who
are employed by the business/entity. (2 tics, sum 5)

1,4 Only elected Directors and Ministers of the Small Business
Administration Ministry should be permitted to vote on resolutions put
forth by the Ministry. (2 tics, sum 5)

3,2  All Small Business Administration Directors who provide their mailing
address and contact information before July 5th of each year shall have the
option to be awarded a voting share(s) on the business entity All Party
System Co. (Note: Additional requirements may be required to be a voting
board of director on the All Party System Co. which will be clarified upon
acceptance of such voting share.) (2 tics, sum 5)
*  * *

Totals which failed:
_1__ The Small Business Administration Ministry Directors should be
limited to the top twelve vote getters
* * *

Benjamin Meiklejohn's Internal Rules ballot (5/9/2013)

2___ Small Business Administration Directors and Ministers will be paid in
company stocks/shares from any new corporations and/or businesses launched
for work in regards towards launching the new small businesses as long as
ranked choice voting is used to elect the board of directors, decisions and
as long as half the elected directors of such businesses are workers who
are employed by the business/entity.
___ The Small Business Administration Ministry Directors should be limited
to the top twelve vote getters
_1__ Only elected Directors and Ministers of the Small Business
Administration Ministry should be permitted to vote on resolutions put
forth by the Ministry.
___ Only elected Directors of the Small Business Administration Ministry
should be permitted to vote on resolutions put forth by the Ministry.
3___ All Small Business Administration Directors who provide their mailing
address and contact information before July 5th of each year shall have the
option to be awarded a voting share(s) on the business entity All Party
System Co. (Note: Additional requirements may be required to be a voting
board of director on the All Party System Co. which will be clarified upon
acceptance of such voting share.)

James Ogle's Internal rules ballot (5/7/2013)
_3__ Small Business Administration Directors and Ministers will be paid in
company stocks/shares from any new corporations and/or businesses launched
for work in regards towards launching the new small businesses as long as
ranked choice voting is used to elect the board of directors, decisions
and as long as half the elected directors of such businesses are workers
who are employed by the business/entity.
_1__ The Small Business Administration Ministry Directors should be
limited to the top twelve vote getters
_4__ Only elected Directors and Ministers of the Small Business Administration Ministry
should be permitted to vote on resolutions put forth by the Ministry.
_2__ All Small Business Administration Directors who provide their mailing
address and contact information before July 5th of each year shall have
the option to be awarded a voting share(s) on the business entity All
Party System Co. (Note: Additional requirements may be required to be a
voting board of director on the All Party System Co. which will be
clarified upon acceptance of such voting share.)
* * *


3.   Eballots cast for Resolutions

Benjamin Meiklejohn's Eballot cast for Resolutions (5/5/2013)
_1__ Whereas the Ministry of Small Business Administration has been established as a cabinet-level department within the organization of the US Parliament to serve in both advisory capacity to the US Parliament Executive Board, and to implement the policy directives of the Executive Board as regards small business administration in the United States of America, and
Whereas the Executive Board has provided no guidance or direction as to what the US Parliament's goals and directives are in regards to small business administration in the United States of America, and
Whereas the continued practice of exercising corporate welfare nationally, defined as the granting of government subsidies or tax breaks or advantages to specific corporations or industries, results in an annual cost of $100 billion of U.S. Government funds, and
Whereas the practice of economically favoring certain corporations or industries over others represents a direct interference in the process of free market capitalism which unfairly disadvantages small businesses and industries that are not subject to governmental favoritism, then
Be it resolved that the Ministry of Small Business Administration, in the absence of any policy directives otherwise from either the Executive Board or the U.S. Parliament itself, hereby assumes and defines that the nation's policy on small business administration shall be to effect economic policy in the absence of corporate welfare so as to create fair and equitable opportunity for all the nation's small businesses, and Furthermore be it resolved, that the Ministry of Small Business Administration hereby declares an immediate moratorium and elimination of all corporate welfare transactions of the U.S. Government, regardless of the nature of the corporation or industry which is the recipient of special subsidies or tax breaks that are not part of the nation's tax code as is equably imposed upon all businesses, and Furthermore be it resolved this resolution be hereby forwarded to the Ministry of Economics, Ministry of Treasury, Ministry of IRS, Ministry of Platform, and the Executive Board of the U.S. Parliament for synchronization and approval of a national position against all forms of corporate welfare in all aspects of our nation's government,
And finally, be it resolved that in the absence of any directives, and until otherwise directed by the Executive Board of the U.S. Parliament, the Ministry of Small Business Administration hereby considers the elimination of corporate welfare to be the official directive of the U.S. Parliament and will use all its resources and regulatory authority within its powers to administer small business regulations and policy that considers all forms of corporate welfare to immediately be considered null and void in practice.
And furthermore finally, be it resolved that if the Ministry of Small Business Administration were an official cabinet-level department of a real U.S. Government, then we would be intending to send notification to every corporate recipient of special subsidies or tax breaks to provide them with notice that all such subsidies and tax breaks will be immediately ceased as is legally permissible .
_2__ Whereas the United States imposes a self-employment tax on individuals who choose to establish their own means of earning a living, and
Whereas the amount of self-employment tax as a percentage of overall income far surpasses the proportion of income that is typically taxed through payroll taxes on individuals who work for other employers, and
Whereas the discrepancy between the amounts that self-employed persons and other employees are taxed creates an unfair disadvantage to self-employed persons who are trying to create a sustainable income and economy with which to make a living, then
Be it hereby resolved that it shall be the official position of the Ministry of Small Business Administration that any self-employment tax rate imposed by the U.S. Government shall never surpass the percentage of income that is likewise applied as the payroll tax for employed individuals, and
Furthermore be it resolved that this resolution immediately be forwarded to the Ministry of IRS, Ministry of Economics and the Executive Board of the U.S. Parliament for action and synchronization.

James Ogle's Marked Eballot for resolutions on 5/7/2013
_1__ Whereas the Ministry of Small Business Administration has been
established as a cabinet-level department within the organization of the
US Parliament to serve in both advisory capacity to the US Parliament
Executive Board, and to implement the policy directives of the Executive
Board as regards small business administration in the United States of
America, and
Whereas the Executive Board has provided no guidance or direction as to
what the US Parliament's goals and directives are in regards to small
business administration in the United States of America, and
Whereas the continued practice of exercising corporate welfare nationally,
defined as the granting of government subsidies or tax breaks or
advantages to specific corporations or industries, results in an annual
cost of $100 billion of U.S. Government funds, and
Whereas the practice of economically favoring certain corporations or
industries over others represents a direct interference in the process of
free market capitalism which unfairly disadvantages small businesses and
industries that are not subject to governmental favoritism, then
Be it resolved that the Ministry of Small Business Administration, in the
absence of any policy directives otherwise from either the Executive Board
or the U.S. Parliament itself, hereby assumes and defines that the
nation's policy on small business administration shall be to effect
economic policy in the absence of corporate welfare so as to create fair
and equitable opportunity for all the nation's small businesses, and
Furthermore be it resolved, that the Ministry of Small Business
Administration hereby declares an immediate moratorium and elimination of
all corporate welfare transactions of the U.S. Government, regardless of
the nature of the corporation or industry which is the recipient of
special subsidies or tax breaks that are not part of the nation's tax code
as is equably imposed upon all businesses, and
Furthermore be it resolved this resolution be hereby forwarded to the
Ministry of Economics, Ministry of Treasury, Ministry of IRS, Ministry of
Platform, and the Executive Board of the U.S. Parliament for
synchronization and approval of a national position against all forms of
corporate welfare in all aspects of our nation's government,
And finally, be it resolved that in the absence of any directives, and
until otherwise directed by the Executive Board of the U.S. Parliament,
the Ministry of Small Business Administration hereby considers the
elimination of corporate welfare to be the official directive of the U.S.
Parliament and will use all its resources and regulatory authority within
its powers to administer small business regulations and policy that
considers all forms of corporate welfare to immediately be considered null
and void in practice.
And furthermore finally, be it resolved that if the Ministry of Small
Business Administration were an official cabinet-level department of a
real U.S. Government, then we would be intending to send notification to
every corporate recipient of special subsidies or tax breaks to provide
them with notice that all such subsidies and tax breaks will be
immediately ceased as is legally permissible .
_2__ Whereas the United States imposes a self-employment tax on
individuals who choose to establish their own means of earning a living,
and
Whereas the amount of self-employment tax as a percentage of overall
income far surpasses the proportion of income that is typically taxed
through payroll taxes on individuals who work for other employers, and
Whereas the discrepancy between the amounts that self-employed persons and
other employees are taxed creates an unfair disadvantage to self-employed
persons who are trying to create a sustainable income and economy with
which to make a living, then
Be it hereby resolved that it shall be the official position of the
Ministry of Small Business Administration that any self-employment tax
rate imposed by the U.S. Government shall never surpass the percentage of
income that is likewise applied as the payroll tax for employed
individuals, and
Furthermore be it resolved that this resolution immediately be forwarded
to the Ministry of IRS, Ministry of Economics and the Executive Board of
the U.S. Parliament for action and synchronization.
* * *

Swift Arrow

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Re: Votes for Small Business Administration Ministry
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2013, 05:01:26 PM »
2013 Marked and Cast Eballots for 9th USA Parliament
http://usparliament.org/

Small Business Administration
http://usparliament.org/sba.php
* * *


1.   Nominations for Directors
2.   Eballots cast for Internal Rules
3.   Eballots cast for Resolutions
4.   The Living Moon Forum
* * *


1.   Nominations for Directors

Results of Nominees Who Accept Nomination of Their Name:
James Ogle [Free Parliamentary] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/24/2013
Larry Carter Center [Disabled] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/25/2013
Ernest Wells [Communist] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/25/2013
David Palmer [Info. Not Avail.] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/26/2013
Dan Sonenberg [Info. Not Avail.] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/26/2013
Andrew Hollis [Info. Not Avail.] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/26/2013
Susan Hopkins [Info. Not Avail.] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/26/2013
Dexter Redland [Info. Not Avail.] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/26/2013
Gina Dandrea [Info. Not Avail.] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/26/2013
Ben Meiklejohn [Green Independent] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/26/2013
Jay Keniston [Ozark] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/26/2013
Anna Trevorrow [Green Independent] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/26/2013
Jim Doyle [Republican] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/26/2013
Daniel Stromgren [People's Liberation] accepts nomination as SBA Director on 5/26/2013
* * *

Eballots cast as votes/nominations:

James Ogle's nominations on 5/26/2013
1 Ajai Dittmar
2  Larry Carter Center
3 Vanessa Morley
4 Norm Mickey
5 Tiffany Briscoe
6 Jim Doyle
7 Anna Trevorrow
8 Ralph Beach
9 Gina D'Andrea
10 James Ogle
11 Susan Hopkins
12 Dexter Redland
13 Jay Keniston
14 Benjamin Meiklejohn
15 Ernest Wells
16 Marcia Everett
17 Thom Hartman of Mythical Research, Inc.
18 Christina Tobin of Free & Equal Foundation
19 Richard Winger of Ballot Access News

Benjamin Meiklejohn's nominations for Directors on 5/9/2013
2___ Gina D'Andrea
10___ Anna Trevorrow
5___ Susan Hopkins
6___ Pat LaMarche
1___ Dexter Redland
___ Mosheh Thezion
___ Vanessa Morley
4___ Andrew Hollis
___ Norm Mickey
___ Tiffany Briscoe
3___ Dan Sonenberg
___ Jim Doyle
___ Ralph Beach
7___ David Palmer
8___ James Ogle
9___ Daniel Stromgren
* * *


Totals:
9,2 Gina D'Andrea (2 tics, sum 11)
1,12 Dexter Redland (2 tics, sum 13)
5,11 Susan Hopkins (2 tics, sum 16)
7,10 Anna Trevorrow (2 tics, sum 17)
10,8 James Ogle (2 tics, sum 18)
1 Ajai Dittmar
2 Larry Carter Center
3 Vanessa Morley
3 Dan Sonenberg
4 Norm Mickey
4 Andrew Hollis
5 Tiffany Briscoe
6 Jim Doyle
6 Pat LaMarche
7 David Palmer
8 Ralph Beach
9 Daniel Stromgren
13 Jay Keniston
14 Benjamin Meiklejohn
15 Ernest Wells
16 Marcia Everett
17 Thom Hartman of Mythical Research, Inc.
18 Christina Tobin of Free & Equal Foundation
19 Richard Winger of Ballot Access News
* * *


2.   Eballots cast for Internal Rules (5/24/2013)

TOTALS
Totals which passed:
2,3  Small Business Administration Directors and Ministers will be paid in
company stocks/shares from any new corporations and/or businesses launched
for work in regards towards launching the new small businesses as long as
ranked choice voting is used to elect the board of directors, decisions and
as long as half the elected directors of such businesses are workers who
are employed by the business/entity. (2 tics, sum 5)

1,4 Only elected Directors and Ministers of the Small Business
Administration Ministry should be permitted to vote on resolutions put
forth by the Ministry. (2 tics, sum 5)

3,2  All Small Business Administration Directors who provide their mailing
address and contact information before July 5th of each year shall have the
option to be awarded a voting share(s) on the business entity All Party
System Co. (Note: Additional requirements may be required to be a voting
board of director on the All Party System Co. which will be clarified upon
acceptance of such voting share.) (2 tics, sum 5)

_5,1__ Nominated names for the ballot electing the Directors must be
only names who accept/agree to be nominated. (2 tics, sum 6)
*  * *

Totals which failed:
_1__ The Small Business Administration Ministry Directors should be
limited to the top twelve vote getters.
* * *

Norm Mickey's ballot via telephone on 5/24/2013
_1__ Nominated names for the ballot electing the Directors must be only names who accept/agree to be nominated.

Benjamin Meiklejohn's Internal Rules ballot (5/9/2013)
2___ Small Business Administration Directors and Ministers will be paid in
company stocks/shares from any new corporations and/or businesses launched
for work in regards towards launching the new small businesses as long as
ranked choice voting is used to elect the board of directors, decisions and
as long as half the elected directors of such businesses are workers who
are employed by the business/entity.
___ The Small Business Administration Ministry Directors should be limited
to the top twelve vote getters
_1__ Only elected Directors and Ministers of the Small Business
Administration Ministry should be permitted to vote on resolutions put
forth by the Ministry.
___ Only elected Directors of the Small Business Administration Ministry
should be permitted to vote on resolutions put forth by the Ministry.
3___ All Small Business Administration Directors who provide their mailing
address and contact information before July 5th of each year shall have the
option to be awarded a voting share(s) on the business entity All Party
System Co. (Note: Additional requirements may be required to be a voting
board of director on the All Party System Co. which will be clarified upon
acceptance of such voting share.)

James Ogle's Internal rules ballot (5/24/2013)
_5__ Nominated names for the ballot electing the Directors must be only names who accept/agree to be nominated.
_3__ Small Business Administration Directors and Ministers will be paid in
company stocks/shares from any new corporations and/or businesses launched
for work in regards towards launching the new small businesses as long as
ranked choice voting is used to elect the board of directors, decisions
and as long as half the elected directors of such businesses are workers
who are employed by the business/entity.
_1__ The Small Business Administration Ministry Directors should be
limited to the top twelve vote getters
_4__ Only elected Directors and Ministers of the Small Business Administration Ministry
should be permitted to vote on resolutions put forth by the Ministry.
_2__ All Small Business Administration Directors who provide their mailing
address and contact information before July 5th of each year shall have
the option to be awarded a voting share(s) on the business entity All
Party System Co. (Note: Additional requirements may be required to be a
voting board of director on the All Party System Co. which will be
clarified upon acceptance of such voting share.)
* * *


3.   Eballots cast for Resolutions

Benjamin Meiklejohn's Eballot cast for Resolutions (5/5/2013)
_1__ Whereas the Ministry of Small Business Administration has been established as a cabinet-level department within the organization of the US Parliament to serve in both advisory capacity to the US Parliament Executive Board, and to implement the policy directives of the Executive Board as regards small business administration in the United States of America, and
Whereas the Executive Board has provided no guidance or direction as to what the US Parliament's goals and directives are in regards to small business administration in the United States of America, and
Whereas the continued practice of exercising corporate welfare nationally, defined as the granting of government subsidies or tax breaks or advantages to specific corporations or industries, results in an annual cost of $100 billion of U.S. Government funds, and
Whereas the practice of economically favoring certain corporations or industries over others represents a direct interference in the process of free market capitalism which unfairly disadvantages small businesses and industries that are not subject to governmental favoritism, then
Be it resolved that the Ministry of Small Business Administration, in the absence of any policy directives otherwise from either the Executive Board or the U.S. Parliament itself, hereby assumes and defines that the nation's policy on small business administration shall be to effect economic policy in the absence of corporate welfare so as to create fair and equitable opportunity for all the nation's small businesses, and Furthermore be it resolved, that the Ministry of Small Business Administration hereby declares an immediate moratorium and elimination of all corporate welfare transactions of the U.S. Government, regardless of the nature of the corporation or industry which is the recipient of special subsidies or tax breaks that are not part of the nation's tax code as is equably imposed upon all businesses, and Furthermore be it resolved this resolution be hereby forwarded to the Ministry of Economics, Ministry of Treasury, Ministry of IRS, Ministry of Platform, and the Executive Board of the U.S. Parliament for synchronization and approval of a national position against all forms of corporate welfare in all aspects of our nation's government,
And finally, be it resolved that in the absence of any directives, and until otherwise directed by the Executive Board of the U.S. Parliament, the Ministry of Small Business Administration hereby considers the elimination of corporate welfare to be the official directive of the U.S. Parliament and will use all its resources and regulatory authority within its powers to administer small business regulations and policy that considers all forms of corporate welfare to immediately be considered null and void in practice.
And furthermore finally, be it resolved that if the Ministry of Small Business Administration were an official cabinet-level department of a real U.S. Government, then we would be intending to send notification to every corporate recipient of special subsidies or tax breaks to provide them with notice that all such subsidies and tax breaks will be immediately ceased as is legally permissible .
_2__ Whereas the United States imposes a self-employment tax on individuals who choose to establish their own means of earning a living, and
Whereas the amount of self-employment tax as a percentage of overall income far surpasses the proportion of income that is typically taxed through payroll taxes on individuals who work for other employers, and
Whereas the discrepancy between the amounts that self-employed persons and other employees are taxed creates an unfair disadvantage to self-employed persons who are trying to create a sustainable income and economy with which to make a living, then
Be it hereby resolved that it shall be the official position of the Ministry of Small Business Administration that any self-employment tax rate imposed by the U.S. Government shall never surpass the percentage of income that is likewise applied as the payroll tax for employed individuals, and
Furthermore be it resolved that this resolution immediately be forwarded to the Ministry of IRS, Ministry of Economics and the Executive Board of the U.S. Parliament for action and synchronization.

James Ogle's Marked Eballot for resolutions on 5/7/2013
_1__ Whereas the Ministry of Small Business Administration has been
established as a cabinet-level department within the organization of the
US Parliament to serve in both advisory capacity to the US Parliament
Executive Board, and to implement the policy directives of the Executive
Board as regards small business administration in the United States of
America, and
Whereas the Executive Board has provided no guidance or direction as to
what the US Parliament's goals and directives are in regards to small
business administration in the United States of America, and
Whereas the continued practice of exercising corporate welfare nationally,
defined as the granting of government subsidies or tax breaks or
advantages to specific corporations or industries, results in an annual
cost of $100 billion of U.S. Government funds, and
Whereas the practice of economically favoring certain corporations or
industries over others represents a direct interference in the process of
free market capitalism which unfairly disadvantages small businesses and
industries that are not subject to governmental favoritism, then
Be it resolved that the Ministry of Small Business Administration, in the
absence of any policy directives otherwise from either the Executive Board
or the U.S. Parliament itself, hereby assumes and defines that the
nation's policy on small business administration shall be to effect
economic policy in the absence of corporate welfare so as to create fair
and equitable opportunity for all the nation's small businesses, and
Furthermore be it resolved, that the Ministry of Small Business
Administration hereby declares an immediate moratorium and elimination of
all corporate welfare transactions of the U.S. Government, regardless of
the nature of the corporation or industry which is the recipient of
special subsidies or tax breaks that are not part of the nation's tax code
as is equably imposed upon all businesses, and
Furthermore be it resolved this resolution be hereby forwarded to the
Ministry of Economics, Ministry of Treasury, Ministry of IRS, Ministry of
Platform, and the Executive Board of the U.S. Parliament for
synchronization and approval of a national position against all forms of
corporate welfare in all aspects of our nation's government,
And finally, be it resolved that in the absence of any directives, and
until otherwise directed by the Executive Board of the U.S. Parliament,
the Ministry of Small Business Administration hereby considers the
elimination of corporate welfare to be the official directive of the U.S.
Parliament and will use all its resources and regulatory authority within
its powers to administer small business regulations and policy that
considers all forms of corporate welfare to immediately be considered null
and void in practice.
And furthermore finally, be it resolved that if the Ministry of Small
Business Administration were an official cabinet-level department of a
real U.S. Government, then we would be intending to send notification to
every corporate recipient of special subsidies or tax breaks to provide
them with notice that all such subsidies and tax breaks will be
immediately ceased as is legally permissible .
_2__ Whereas the United States imposes a self-employment tax on
individuals who choose to establish their own means of earning a living,
and
Whereas the amount of self-employment tax as a percentage of overall
income far surpasses the proportion of income that is typically taxed
through payroll taxes on individuals who work for other employers, and
Whereas the discrepancy between the amounts that self-employed persons and
other employees are taxed creates an unfair disadvantage to self-employed
persons who are trying to create a sustainable income and economy with
which to make a living, then
Be it hereby resolved that it shall be the official position of the
Ministry of Small Business Administration that any self-employment tax
rate imposed by the U.S. Government shall never surpass the percentage of
income that is likewise applied as the payroll tax for employed
individuals, and
Furthermore be it resolved that this resolution immediately be forwarded
to the Ministry of IRS, Ministry of Economics and the Executive Board of
the U.S. Parliament for action and synchronization.
* * *


4.   The Living Moon Forum
http://www.thelivingmoon.com/forum1/index.php?topic=4395.0
* * *
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Re: Votes for Small Business Administration Ministry
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2013, 08:42:05 PM »
I'd like to use this forum more, but is there a way to edit and delete one's messages?   I'm new here and would appreciate it if anyone can reply.   I'd like to delete and edit old messages I've posted in this thread but I can't figure it out.

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Re: Votes for Small Business Administration Ministry
« Reply #3 on: June 25, 2013, 08:50:05 PM »
Greetings,

You ask about deleting messages, do you mean perhaps
deleting ones posts?

In the case of deleting posts, you have a certain amount
of time/minutes to be able to edit your post.

After that time expires the post is not editable.
As for your personal messages, you may delete them
at any time with the check and delete feature.

I hope this helps, if not please dont hesitate to
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