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A number of people have told me that they have voted for the http://bit.ly/TreasuryConsumersBillOfRights today, but unlike Thursday the number of votes have not been changing, they are stuck on 7. I have been checking after each person said they voted, so it's not like there are mystery people voting the proposal down each time exactly simultaneously. Have the rules for participation been changing? I recommend not ...more »
Citizens should be directly involved in recommending open ways that the government might provide for the general Welfare of the United States because of the overlap between collaboration and funding. If we are prevented from making such recommendations, then how can open resources which are shown to improve the ability of citizens to accurately and effectively instruct their access to government information and services ...more »
Why are hyperlinks not available to those who are sharing ideas? At least please make inline URLs clickable. Thank you!
The Wikimedia Foundation runs the largest non-profit charity web sites, including the only top-10 web site with a female Chief Technical Officer. The Wikimedia Foundation should be granted an additional $20 million for countering active administrator attrition and creating an integrated self-study, learner-adaptive, low-stakes text and speech quiz system which would allow the Wikimedia Foundation to meet the charitable ...more »
TREASURY CONSUMER'S BILL OF RIGHTS Note: a hyperlinked version of this text is available at http://bit.ly/TCBoR We, the taxpayers of the United States of America, have the right to be free from government waste and abuse. Inherent in that right is: 1. The right to prevent our taxes from being used to pay banks to refrain from lending commercial paper and to small businesses. Section 128 of the Emergency Economic Stabilization ...more »