So let's go ahead and fix this financial crisis:
Well I think we need to stimulate the private sector by injecting the economy with a substantial liquid investment. Which would result in increased credit flow and mitigate current shortfalls while increasing prospects for future investment opportunities in diversified arenas.
I mean it.
OK so I'm not even sure I know what I just said. And I'm fairly sure that if I do know what I just said, I don't agree with it.
Here is the real solution:
Completely disconnect from this corporate economic structure and simultaneously detach from the policital power structure and create reasonable sized autonomous communities that focus on sustainable development in terms of technological and social concerns. These communities can be organized into larger collectives that can make decisions regarding more broader reaching issues such as trade. This organizational structure would be committed to consensus based direct democracy. The end result would be a society that lives on egalitarian principles, applying the "seven generation" model to create a living system that exists in harmony with the environment.
Wow that wasn't so hard.
Let me know if you need anything else.
Happy to help...
ps. One thing that might not save the economy but would go along way to restoring my sanity, would be if the United States politicians and media members would immediately cease and desist from using the words Main and Street together. For example "The Wall St. bailout must protect Main St." I grew up in Binghamton N.Y. a half block from Main St. I'm not sure why these people are so focused on Binghamton. I mean I've been saying for years that Bingo could use a shot in the arm. But this is a little much don't you think?