Leadership isn't a title, it isn't a role, it's an action. We cannot afford politics anymore. This nation and the world need action with real solutions and real steps that even the poorest of people can take now, without the involvement of bureaucrats.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 17, 2011
Tampa Bay Florida Based Independent Presidential Candidate for 2012, Scott Keller, today announced details of his "People's Plan" or "99%" Plan, which dramatically counters Herman Cain's 999 plan. Whereas Cain's 999 plan is very much pro big business, Scott Keller's 99% Plan is very much pro-local-business, pro-worker, pro-human, and pro- America.
The 99% Plan calls for an immediate, temporary halt to all foreclosures, all disconnects of utilities, all auto repossessions, all medical judgements, and all debt collection until a national turnaround plan is implemented.
It calls for a massive back-to-work effort, with a focus on local projects where Americans have more input and control over the process, as well as the fate of their own lives.
It also calls for an immediate return home of all non-treaty troops and the shift of our focus to being our best here at home.
In addition, Scott Keller's 99% Plan calls for an immediate initiation of a blueprint to return to a national sovereign money, which essentially consists of returning all Federal Reserve notes to the Federal Reserve, and immediately printing enough sovereign money to replace these notes and also to handle the economic load of the nation, being careful to not overprint.
Much more is contained in the Scott Keller 99% Plan which promises, through actionable steps, a better world that 100% of the people can enjoy more than they do now including steps that can be taken now, long before the election.
According to Mr. Keller, "Leadership isn't a title, it isn't a role, it's an action. We cannot afford politics anymore. This nation and the world need action with real solutions and real steps that even the poorest of people can take now, without the involvement of bureaucrats."
For more information on this promised initiative, go to http://www.keller2012.com/99percent