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We are announcing that after looking at the proposals of the candidates currently in the Democratic presidential primary, we have decided to endorse Andrew Yang. Those of you who know us personally, and those of you who are website visitors, know that we drafted a legislative proposal for $2,000 in monthly universal basic income, for all United States citizens at least eighteen years of age. You also know that ending poverty in the United States is one of our major goals. Universal basic income creates a "trickle-up economy"(demand-side economics). In a "trickle-up economy" (demand-side economics), everyone benefits financially. "Trickle-up economics" (demand-side economics) can end poverty in the United States. We have been proponents of "trickle-up economics" (demand-side economics) for years, and we have taught many people concerning the benefits of "trickle-up economics" (demand-side economics). The opposite of "trickle-up economics" (demand-side economics), is "trickle-down economics" (supply-side economics). The economy that exists now, and has existed for many years, is a "trickle-down economy" (supply-side economics). "Trickle-down economics" (supply-side economics) does not work, and has not worked in the past. "Trickle-down economics" (supply-side economics) benefit only the rich. "Trickle-up economics" (demand-side economics) benefit the poor, middle class, and rich. In a "trickle-up economy" (demand-side economics), everyone benefits. Before we proceed further, we will explain "trickle-down economics" (supply-side economics) and "trickle-up economics" (demand-side economics), in the following audio:

Now we will proceed. We are endorsing Andrew Yang because of his proposal for universal basic income, which he calls a "freedom dividend" in the amount of $1,000 per month, for every American adult over the age of 18, as listed on his website. $1,000 per month equates to $12,000 annually for every American adult over the age of 18. As we stated earlier in this post, universal basic income creates a "trickle-up economy"(demand-side economics). In a "trickle-up economy" (demand-side economics), everyone benefits financially. "Trickle-up economics" (demand-side economics) can end poverty in the United States. So far in the democratic presidential primary, Andrew Yang is the only candidate with a plan for universal basic income. While you read through the examples below, think about how $1,000 per month for everyone in your household at least eighteen years of age, would benefit your household. We will now show you how Andrew Yang's $1,000 monthly freedom dividend would benefit households throughout the United States:

Universal Basic Income/Freedom Dividend Example #1: a household consisting of a husband and wife, would receive 1,000 monthly for the husband and $1,000 monthly for the wife - a total of a $12,000 annual freedom dividend for the husband, and a total of a $12,000 annual freedom dividend for the wife. In this example the total household freedom dividend income would total $2,000 per month, which is $24,000 per year.

Universal Basic Income/Freedom Dividend Example #2: a household consisting of a senior citizen receiving $1,500 monthly in social security retirement benefits, which total $18,000 annually in social security retirement benefits. With the addition of the $1,000 monthly freedom dividend, this senior citizen would have a monthly income that would be increased by $1,000 monthly, because of the $1,000 monthly freedom dividend. The monthly income of this senior citizen would total $2,500 monthly because of the $1,000 monthly freedom dividend. The $18,000 annual income of this senior citizen would increase to $30,000 because of the $1,000 monthly freedom dividend. 

Universal Basic Income/Freedom Dividend Example #3: a household consisting of two senior citizens, with each receiving $1,000 monthly in social security retirement benefits, $1,000 in monthly social security retirement benefits for the husband and $1,000 in monthly social security retirement benefits for the wife, which total $2,000 monthly for a total of $24,000 annually in social security retirement benefits. With the addition of a $1,000 monthly freedom dividend for the husband, and a $1,000 monthly freedom dividend for the wife, these senior citizens would have a monthly income that would be increased by $2,000 monthly. The total monthly income of these senior citizens would total $4,000 monthly, because of the addition of the $1,000 monthly freedom dividend for the husband, and the $1,000 monthly freedom dividend for the wife. The $24,000 annual income of these senior citizens would increase to $48,000, because of the addition of the $1,000 monthly freedom dividend for the husband, and the $1,000 monthly freedom dividend for the wife. 

Universal Basic Income/Freedom Dividend Example #4: a household consisting of a husband and wife, with two children living at home over the age of eighteen, would receive 1,000 monthly for the husband, $1,000 monthly for the wife, $1,000 monthly for one of the children, and $1,000 monthly for the other child - a total of a $12,000 annual freedom dividend for the husband, a $12,000 annual freedom dividend for the wife, a $12,000 annual freedom dividend for one child, and a $12,000 annual freedom dividend for the other child. In this example the total household freedom dividend income would total $4,000 per month, which is $48,000 per year.

Universal Basic Income/Freedom Dividend Example #5: a household consisting of a husband and wife, who each earn a $30,000 annual salary from their jobs, $30,000 annually for the husband, and $30,000 annually for the wife, totaling $60,000 annually. With the addition of a $1,000 monthly freedom dividend for the husband, and a $1,000 monthly freedom dividend for the wife, the total annual household income increases from $60,000 annually, to $84,000 annually, a $24,000 annual increase.

Need we say more about the benefits of universal basic income. A "trickle-up economy" (demand side economics) is necessary. People throughout the United States are struggling financially, as a result of a "trickle-down economy" (supply-side economics) that benefit the rich, to the detriment of poor and middle-class people throughout the United States. The time is now for change.

In addition to Andrew Yang's plan for universal basic income, which he calls a "freedom dividend," he also has numerous other proposals on his website that you can read at your convenience. 

As we stated earlier in the post, Andrew Yang is the only candidate with a proposal for universal basic income. This makes him stand out above all of the other candidates. In addition to this, Andrew Yang has a proposal for Medicare for all

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