Best Way to Deal with Poverty in the United States
By John Egidio Smothergill
The United States has had the ability to institute the Cordinella and the nice dollar since Brittanny Cordinella
Smothergill was born in the year 1997. Her middle name Cordinella spelled differently spells nice dollar. In a report numerating
dollars and cents using the letters in Brittanny’s name, 362 trillion of them could be spelled when added together.
Since the divorce due to the loss of the child in an unwanted adoption, the courts awarded the Cordinella and the nice dollar
unlimitedly to the US and rehearsal of these currencies to the other countries of the world if it is so desired.
The nice dollar is a business problem solver overall. Sometimes it is good to be nice about business transactions
and it wouldn’t be all that wrong for nice dollars and Cordinellas to get mixed up with other currencies worldwide.
The ideas of the Cordinella and nice dollar solve poverty in the United States because people would be more inclined to spend
Cordinellas and nice dollars with a smile, also giving more to poverty stricken countries because there is more of the currencies
to go around. The benevolent people that carry these types of currencies may also buy more supplies for poverty stricken individuals
in the United States, solving United States poverty. It seems that the Cordinella and nice dollar is the solution to more
than just United States poverty, but the world must first decide if this opinion is correct.
dollars and Cordinellas are easy to get to impoverished people’s wallets through government programs. If people gave
these new currencies a chance by printing some of them, they would be able to see the potential of the idea. Military leaders
do not always see clearly why there is a need to use a monetary system using Cordinellas and nice dollars. The possibility
of war is always a bad thing. The solution of the nice dollar and Cordinella must be considered to turn the United States
from its buildup of weapons and concentrate on getting food and shelter to the impoverished.
economic indicators of each of the world’s currencies based on their products should be the next step toward the conclusion
of instituting the Cordinella and nice dollar. Incorporation of all the specific needs to fulfill the perspective of a close
solution can be worked in. Census of the size of the problem is sought. Setting properties of a solution with timely answers
to be used when they are to be addressed is an important part of the work to be done to institute the Cordinella and nice
dollar. There may be some limitations to the carefully brought solutions and these should be noted.
Poverty is out of control, even in the United States. None of the programs have relieved the recession
that our United States Treasurer Henry Paulson has tried to remedy. Natural disasters have hampered the success of attempts
to get homelessness under control. At a rate of 14.48 trillion nice dollars and Cordinellas a year, the pressures of poverty
that United States families feel can be alleviated, with the world supplying the resources.
problem of poverty is it’s current economic restraints on the people that draw benefits for their daily needs and how
much is possible for the government to deliver to the poor people. The working of this problem has found the government in
need of changing to a $724 trillion Cordinella and nice dollar bond for a period of fifty years. The Cordinella and the nice
dollar can bring relief to poverty in the United States. Leading economic indicators that demand money is less than the growth
of the dollar, nice dollar and Cordinella. That figure is much more than needed when divided into fifty years at a rate of
$724 trillion dollars nice for a population of 296 million people is $48,918.90 per year per person in the United States.
Transients need transportation to new homes that they like because they have the money to pay for them and they are
built with conveniences that no street person could refuse. The money must be regulated through the banks and taxed upon receipt
of entitlement. Printing materials for that much money must be retrieved. Bank hours must be lengthened to 24 hours in some
cases to accommodate for the extra money used in everyday living. Some restructuring of interest rules to rehearse the new
mediums of exchange to other pockets quicker due to inflationary measures that generate profits for stores must be implemented.
The general belief is that anybody in the United States that has less than $75,000.00 in assets is poor. According
to Welfare standards for medical coverage it’s $27,500.00. This problem raises the question of averages and force of
sale. There is so much Cordinella and nice dollar money that if it is only made available to the people that are poor, in
a description of spendable or savable income, the oppression can be stopped in just two years.
The safety of the people that are eligible for Cordinellas and nice dollars is the most important issue to consider.
Overspending of resources must not happen unless positive changes in the country’s natural output is anticipated to
occur. The authenticity of Cordinellas and nice dollars should be as easy to tell as other money. Nice dollars get the words
in their name from the definitions for nice, or - correct, and dollar: any of various basic monetary units. Nice is just an
extra word to say when making your purchase and easily forgotten, but polite; worth saying to relate satisfaction. Grassroots
monetary schemes have been known to work. A large overview of using a nice dollar and Cordinella gives life to the belief
that poverty in the United States can be solved with both of them.
Families can live healthier
on nice dollars and Cordinellas because of the income status driving doctor bills down. The new system will allow homes to
be built faster therefore there will be a building boom. The education system will become more stable because people will
want to learn how to make more nice dollars, Cordinellas and dollars since life has become so pleasant on these currencies.
Communities can pay for their food with nice dollars and Cordinellas thinking more pleasant thoughts and therefore being more
inclined to work harder producing higher yields. Governments pay for nice dollars with earnings from cheery international
business because dollars nice said makes big corporations happier with sales boosting exports. A person can visit the bank
at any time to make a deposit or get a loan; so that the social health of the spending environment of the nice dollar and
Cordinella is more pleasant. In the Cordinella and nice dollar system, people of the United States can make $4,076.58 per
month for 50 years; there is no excuse for restraints on the economy that this method now reveals.
The nice dollar and Cordinella promotes self-esteem by making business transactions seem decent, but it sounds like
too much to say, and so people may not like it. The United States’ poverty problem is not beyond the saving power of
the Cordinella and the nice dollar because people will prosper from cheery business. With Cordinellas and nice dollars in
people’s wallets, there will be many more smiles on the streets. Poverty stricken people need niceness in their lives
to make them better from the mental fatigue that they face. The nice dollar and the Cordinella are something to look forward
to at the beginning of each month. Work for productivity requires a good medium of exchange and a little luck with resources.
According to the press briefing at http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/income/income04/prs05asc.html, in the March Supplement for 2005 the US Department
of Labor and Industries reported 113 Million households in poverty in the year 2004. 90 Million of those households were under
the age of 65. The average age of the impoverished was 49 and the median household income in the year 2004 was $44,000.00.
According to “Vital Statistics” c. 2005 at Wilson Select Plus Database http://newfirstsearch.oclc.org, key economic indicators and interest rates change
in Payroll Employment in September 2004 was $130,000.00. The 30 year fixed mortgage rate was 5.69%. After hurricane Katrina
it was -$35,000.00 and the 30 year fixed mortgage rate was 5.79%. This means that more money is necessary in the wallets of
the poor and displaced. It also means that more homes are needed from programs like Habitats for Humanity for people that
no longer can live where they were when Hurricane Katrina hit.
The Benjamin Harrison nice
dollar and Cordinella coin are my solutions to these problems. Also at the top of the list in solutions are international
housing communities for people that would be employed much like the military organizations as special interest groups. There
must be more planning for the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative (HIPCI). More information can be found at http://newfirstsearch.oclc.org The Poverty of Economic Policy: Is Debt Sustainability
Really Sustainable? C 2005.
The drawback is that the military is getting smaller at this time, and
with good reason. We don’t want to bully the rest of the world with military might, but we are unable to handle natural
disasters in the government as it exists now. We need more people on call with busywork that doesn’t entail bullying.
The thing about this is that we have recently been bullied by terrorists and want to get them back, but are taking the wrong
approach because no weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq where we went to war. If recent methods of dealing with
terrorism continue, United States poverty may grow because of money spent on war related endeavors overseas with the government
getting smaller. The tax cuts that the President has given to the people has been the cause of a souring 7 trillion dollar
budget deficit that has to be paid down with more taxes from the pockets of Americans in the future government. People need
more money to pay taxes. The US dollar does not suffice to pay all of the global debts that it has because it is stigmatized
by a smaller government point of view.
World Financers may have difficulty balancing gifts to impoverished nations
with Gross Domestic Products of nations willing to give because of a decrease in positiveness from bad luck that may have
befallen the richer nations like Hurricane Katrina hitting the United States.
Cordinella Smothergill and some others may not understand the idea of the Cordinella and nice dollar to solve United States
poverty because of the fact that she was adopted out to another family and does not have the name that her father gave her
anymore. Criminals may not like the idea either because they do bad things using as many harsh words as they can. Because
banks would need more security being open 24 hours a day, some security individuals and bank employees may not like the extra
work especially those who are religious and keep a Sabbath.
The Cordinella and nice dollar
seem like a viable solution to United States poverty. It is uncertain however that it will provide a solution to the desperate
upswing that it has taken. The Budget Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 is not going to reduce the deficit; on the contrary it
increases the deficit by $50 billion according to Senator Thomas Harkins (D. Iowa). With the Republicans controlling the money
in the making, and the President giving tax breaks to the rich businesses, the poor cannot reach a point where they can overcome
their oppression even with the nice dollar enacted. That is the reason why it was important to enact the Cordinella also.
Unless both the Cordinella and the nice dollar are enacted to reverse the present mismanagement of the US dollar, the poor
people may not be able to bounce back in the years nearing, and a larger recession is something that this presidency will
face by its own hand. The nice dollar needs a healthy government to start into a successful presence, because it makes little
difference to the conventional US dollar; this government hasn’t provided that during its years of reign. Now even Democratic
leaders who build strong governments instead of businesses are faced with nearly irreversible tax cuts. The nice dollar and
Cordinella hold hope for the US future, because peace and prosperity is in the future someday, and I believe that the idea
will flourish at that time.
Charles Nelson Assistant Division Chief, Housing and Household Economic
Statistics believed that poverty increased from 12.5% to 12.7% from 2003-2004 an increase of 1.1 million people in the US
at a total population of 37 Million affected. He sites the Gini Index, a popular way of measuring money in play as unchanged.
Kentucky and Missouri both had decreases in income and increases in poverty. Poverty is based on income in this case.
Carmen De Navas-Walt, Bernadette D. Proctor and Cheryl Hill Lee, believe that poverty in the United States is also
controlled by health insurance because of the report that they wrote Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance in the United States
2004 at http://www.census.gov/prod/2005pubs/p60-229.pdf.
US Census Bureau’s motto is: “Helping you make informed decisions.” They generally report statistics in
as unbiased a manner as possible. Their assumptions are greatly based on statistics from reporting in the past. Their bias
is that casting of a stereotypical race have been impacted tragically by poverty ratios in the past, and the index calculating
basis has not changed, for example people living in the family and obtaining their income by means of the family verses monetary
gain by unrelated employment. The belief here is that people that live within families that use different currencies will
have less US currency to spend on family matters. The leading bias is that Hispanics are less wealthy than Whites. The weakness
of the argument is that statistics showed that index as unchanged and Whites as increased in poverty in 2004. Another strength
of this argument is that the statistics are of the utmost accuracy based on reports that these individuals at the US Census
Bureau read and decipher daily. They are double checked for accuracy because just the two reports on the Gini Index and Health
Insurance are cross indexed having some of the same statistics in each of them, and also they are two cross referenced reports
from the same Bureau’s web site.
The general belief by these people is that health insurance coverage increased
by 900,000 people exceeding the impoverished of the 1.1 Million increase to a stigma of 2.0 Million according to page 23 of
the .pdf report available at the http://www.census.gov homepage by link. The strength here is that figures
don’t lie. The weakness is that coupons and spendowns are paying for the medical expenses proven here complicating the
system of a medium of exchange with unforeseen percentages.
Even as otherwise mentioned
in this report, the Cordinella and nice dollar is the solution to US Poverty because of the definition of “nice”
to be “correct.” A correct dollar that means to be well-bred is at least half the solution, and a Cordinella as
well, as a way of conducting cheery business seen as being not all that wrong to get mixed up with currencies worldwide, seems
like a good solution to US poverty, because the numbers seem right. This bias is that people would be inclined to give nice
dollars and Cordinellas to other poverty stricken individuals and would feel that the gift was any of various monetary units
that would help them and that is only a test of the concept would prove that it could solve the problem. With the deficit
estimated to be on the increase, the nice dollar and Cordinella still seem to be a hope for the US future. The evidence quality
is the more important story here.
From the data: According to the March Supplement for 2005 from the US Department
of Labor and Industries 113 Million US households were below the poverty level last year. The modern day American believes
that the US is rich and that 113 Million households would be a stretch to estimate as the amount of US households to be in
poverty. Most Americans are poor according to the people that write the data, these underwriters know that the data does not
The Cordinella and the nice dollar provide a solution to inflation costs due
to world resource supply consumption and replenishment. The problem with this doubled idea due to the split generating more
Cordinellas in 2003, is that Brittanny Cordinella Smothergill was only six years old at that time and no Cordinella coin or
paper money with her picture or engraving on it was made at that time. As a matter of fact the coin is not supposed to be
produced until 2018 when she is 21 years old. As it is now no nice dollar presentation paper was produced in 2005, however
policy about nice dollar and Cordinella production can be remedied and I’m sure that the outcome will be good. If poverty
were reversed for just the disabled at 90 Million households for 100 years; the estimated solution would be $80,444.40 per
household per year. This would put the disabled at the front of the buying lines.
with reference to the 113 Million households in the US below the poverty line, the strength here is that the data was affirmed
by the Census Bureau. The weakness is that the people that wrote the data are not perfect and somehow may have made a miscalculation
resulting in incorrect data.
Cordinellas and nice dollars are the way to go for a system of buying and
selling that enables the disabled as much buying power as the working individual. But the economic restraints evident in benefits
from the government are too strict. Now is the time to release the hold on the American people’s wallets and give
them more freedom of commerce. If the resources in stores underscores the demand for items that can now be bought with the
nice dollar and Cordinella, the stores will go bankrupt, because of the run on goods. There must be some additional supplies
brought out from warehouse storages.
Still the Cordinella and nice dollar do seem like a solution to cheerier
business and with a little luck with weather for resources, these new forms of currency may be a good solution to US poverty.
There is some new information though. The name Brittanny Cordinella Smothergill contains the words Eighty
Centillion Dollars also and an eighty centillion is an eighty, with three hundred three zeros after it. That does solve poverty
for a galaxy rather than just the United States. It seems grandiose but it does perpetuate the existence of the dollar, therefore
insisting that these other trillions of dollars from the name are worthwhile.
Brittanny was taken away from me in 1998 and given a new name as a niece, but I filled out
an IRS form 8332 for an adoption name credit in 2008. The filing status for the name was perpetual.