My “DixieStyle” Rip Van Winkle Dream… “All of a sudden, I found myself economically secure under a limited central government Confederation designed to protect my freedom, wealth and property rather than take it. A strange concept for someone living in the early days of the 21th century where we’ve become accustomed to government as always a threat rather than our defender and protector as was intended by America’s Founding Fathers.”
A couple of weeks ago, I dreamed that I awoke in the year 2030 and discovered that the Confederate States of America had been independent from the Washington empire since 2020. Apparently a little known Southern political movement started in the summer of 1999 had taken the Southern electorate by storm and within 20 years the 16 Southern states of the old Confederacy had voted in state conventions to lawfully secede from a morally, politically, and economically bankrupt Washington empire.
How would you like to wake up one morning and realize that the many financial burdens of Washington had suddenly been lifted from you and your family – forever! No more IRS threatening letters or audits, no federal income tax, limited estate and gift taxes that mean you can pass along your business or family farm to your children. All Social Security and Medicare taxes go into your personal private program you control outside the reach of corrupt politicians.
All of a sudden, I found myself economically secure under a limited central government Confederation designed to protect my freedom, wealth and property rather than take it.
A strange concept for someone living in the early days of the 21th century where we’ve become accustomed to government as always a threat rather than our defender and protector as was intended by America’s Founding Fathers.
In my dream, no longer did the almost $6 trillion in interest and principal on Washington’s huge national debt plus the $14 trillion unfunded Social Security & Medicare liabilities threaten the economic future and working opportunities for my children and grandchildren. The $75,000 in Washington debt load per person formally on every member of my family had disappeared. This wasted debt created by the Washington politicians to buy their reelection was back where it belonged on the corrupt Democratic and Republican politicians and Washington, DC, USA.
In my dream, I met my daughter Heidi, who was 2 when I fell asleep but now in my dream she was 32 years old. I asked her what Southern Independence was like? She talked about the economic transition during Dixie‘s first decade of Southern Independence when she was in her early 20′s.
She related to me her memory about the first day of Southern Independence. Heidi discovered the price of gas, cigarettes and alcohol had suddenly fallen by 30% because the federal taxes were gone. Driving to work a local police officer waved good morning as she reached for her seat belt but suddenly remembered that seat belt use was no longer mandatory, but now her decision.
Driving out on the highway, suddenly she forget the new expanded speed limits on the Interstate highway in her drive to work. The reality of the heavy traffic suddenly dawned on her as big transfer trucks awoke her from her thoughts with repeated loud blasting horns. She increased her speed because yes, truck traffic had exploded with so much industry escaping the high Washington regulatory costs up north, the economy was booming here in Dixie.
Still, she still had two tough decisions to consider on that first day of Southern National Independence. First Heidi had received another job offer from the second new company in a week relocating to her town and she had to decide whether to take the new job with increased responsibility and a sizable raise in salary or wait for a better offer. Yes, along with the growth and new jobs came millions of Northerners and Westerners standing in line to share in the Southern Economic Miracle of prosperity and free markets.
But all citizens of Dixie received preferential treatment for jobs until there was full employment in each county or township. Still the new citizens from the United States and other nations were welcomed as they had to pay a high citizenship fee to the Confederate government for the priceless benefit of Southern citizenship. Talking about a raise, Southern Independence gave her an almost 40% increase in take-home pay without the federal taxes.
But she still had to make a decision about her kids education this year. For years they have been in private school and for a few years,……….
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