A letter to Politicians

Dear Senators and Congressman:
My name is Pia Field. I write this letter for promoting a better job plan. It includes two key points:
1) If we can not supply job positions for our market we should decrease its jobs demand. Unemployment problem is a global problem because populations in this world have being increased 75% since 1975 and free trade makes us faced the situation earlier. Stimulating consumption sent us to a wrong direction because it is imposable to use Americans’ fund to solve a global problem. Besides that resource on the Earth does not allow us to continually throw away things like that. It needs four global to support human being living in the American consuming styles.
2) We should turn the government’s funds to be properties and obtain incomes in long run. Repairing roads, bridges and schools is not a good idea because after projects are done, funds are used up and there will be no more jobs. Maybe that is the reason that Republicans against Obama’s job plan. Obama should find a better job plan instead of creating conflicts between parties that Americans cannot offer to take.
The job plan I promote here has three different benefits that is turn the government’s funds to be retirement homes. The 470 billion dollars Government job plan fund can build up 20 thousand retirement homes with 100 units each near cities. That project allows us to provide free rental instead of releasing social security checks to 20 million people who willing to retire earlier. On that way we can have 20 million job positions open to the younger people immediately and the construction process will create 5 million jobs as well.
People are afraid of loneliness particular when getting old. In New York City a half room cost $3,000 in senior centers and cost $15,000 in nursing homes per month. Comparing with that a studio with $700 dollar monthly rental in retirement homes where have excellent entertaining programs should be acceptable in the market. If we run the program well in three years government can get the investment back. In thirty years a retirement home can save $20 million dollars Social Security funds for the government and solve the deficit problem for the system. The profit is so big because entertainment programs increase the apartments’value in the suburb. People in Taiwan are willing to pay double rental for this kind of facilities. In our picture actual asset are created by entertainment designer but not the weapon designers.
We don’t force people retire but encourage them enjoy life before they getting old. People can invited qualify friends and family members to register in the retirement homes where will have a trip once a week. People can also register in different states and consider taking long vacations in the places they like. The Chinese retire at 55 years old. How can we say that our system is better than theirs when Americans have to work to 67 years old and leave our youths no jobs?
On whole this project will make government become the #1 landlord instead of the # 1consumer. Its tenants are the people who received social security checks. The excess properties in the real estate market can be sold to foreigners who have right to live in this country but get no permit to work.
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