The yang2020 Freedom Dividend: Does it make sense?

The yang2020 Freedom Dividend might make sense to some people.

It makes sense to me

I have been self-employed most all my life, and one of the main reasons I am self-employed, is I am not comfortable restricting myself to an hourly wage.

Granted, it’s a steady paycheck

Working a job, does provide a steady paycheck, that a person can rely on. However, it is limited in the number of hours you can work, and the dollar amount and employer is willing to pay.

This creates a problem

The main problem with hourly compensation, has made it self-evident all throughout the United States with people living from paycheck to paycheck. This financial struggle is inevitable only because the cost of living and prices of goods continues to rise. Prices have always gone up, and always will. That is natural inflation.

The “freedom dividend” proposed by Andrew Yang will provide United States citizens with a base income to help with their inevitable cost of living such as food and shelter.

It is a right, not hand out

The reason I believe the freedom dividend is a right to all United States citizens, is we are naturally consumers of products and services. Also, we the people, our owners of our country. The businesses that are headquartered here in the United States, are on our property. Therefore, the business that they conduct from our country, we have the right to a percentage of this revenue.

We the people

As a citizen of the United States, you may agree, or disagree with this proposal. Write your post below and let me know your thoughts.


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