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Will Righteous Anger Lead You to Finally Stand-Up?

September 28, 2014 by  
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( What if someone broke into your house and stole your money and other valuables, would you be angry? Of course, you would! What if you came to know the identity of the thief, not due to an investigation, but because the thief did not hide his identity and left glaringly clear tracks. Would you take action that would expose the thief, have him arrested and maybe face charges, or would you slough it off and… just forget it? What if that thief made your life miserable, like a bully, ridiculed you, and dared you to do anything about it? What would you do?! What would be your response?
Now, you truly understand where I am coming from with the Davis Job Creation Plan. I was pissed, when I found out the “the truth” about the money the federal government forced me to set aside by law for my retirement through the Social Security program. The money was, euphemistically speaking, “mismanaged” (legally stolen). It was not justStandUpStatement-2014 some of it, all of it…every damn penny of it was “mismanaged.” It was not diverted by “any old somebody” either, but by Republican administrations. That is when I decided to do something! I started this campaign to force the government to pay the money back. No, not pay it back by cutting our Social Security benefits to accommodate the theft, but actually pay the money back!
I do not as a tendency waste my time and money on ideas that do not work and cannot be completed. Sure, the “Davis Plan” is going to require Congressional action! Many think the plan is dead for that reason. However, I believe what Dr. Martin Luther King said on the steps of the State Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama in 1965 after the march from Selma, Alabama, “How long? Not long, because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” Moreover, I seek justice! You see, brothers and sisters, a great injustice has been committed by past Republican administrations against you.

That is right, you, me, and American working men and women over the last 30 years. Republicans administrations mismanaged over $3 trillion dollars of our hard earned money; we, the working class citizens of America. “It really amounts to the greatest transfer of wealth in the history of mankind.” You, me, our white and other black brothers and sisters had deducted from and continue to have deducted from our payroll checks, a tax that should have been and still should be put away for us until we reach(ed) retirement age – it is the payroll tax we paid and continue to pay into the Social Security trust fund. It is our money! They stole it, and gave it to their wealthy friends and supporters through tax cuts for the rich and in other ways.
The Davis Plan exposes the theft because it requires the use of the trust fund money to create jobs; that’s the $3 trillion dollars that’s no longer there! If we look for the money and find it is not there, the first thing anybody with common sense ought to ask is, where did it go? I have every confidence once the theft is revealed and understood, honest Americans will demand the money be paid back.

There is even a hash tag that could accommodate the demand (#Put our money back-create jobs now!) With such a vociferous demand, Congress and the Obama administration will hear, as it is a well-known fact among politicians in Washington, D.C. that the money was spent by Republican administrations. Mr. Obama has even made a promise that, if there is any issue the public feels strongly about and that issue gets 100,000 petition signatures in 30 days, his administration will take up that issue. It is highly unlikely American voters, once the issue of restoring the money to the trust fund is taken up, will not demand it be returned.

Additionally, the American voters are unlikely to deny the request of giving Social Security retirees some of their money up front in the form of a partial distribution of their principal, if by doing so; this action can be shown to create jobs. The amount of money requested by the plan is a partial distribution up to $40,000.00 dollars. With 10,000 Baby Boomers (Black Baby Boomers make up 14% of that number!)retiring each day for the next 16 years, taking advantage of this opportunity, we get $400,000,000.00 million dollars/day pumped into our economy. Due to the velocity of money, $400,000,000.00 dollars performs like $800,000,000.00 dollars a day cascading into our neighborhoods as boomers spend this money creating demand and decreasing unemployment. 
“The Fix This Time,” the book I authored, details among other things “how” Republican administrations starting with President Reagan, increased the payroll taxes American workers paid to the Social Security trust fund and when these increased payroll taxes were received, diverted the money! Again, “it is your money,” which was mismanaged (stolen) just as sure as it was taken from your house!

There is clear documented proof this occurred, because in their insulting arrogance and being the bullies they truly are, they did not hide it (like our thief above). It is an open secret and the evidence of this callous act is part of the Congressional Record of the United States Congress, which the book taps! It is the classic rich versus poor or in this instance, middle class drama, where the well-to-do shamelessly takes money paid by poor and middle class working people for one purpose and ultimately use it to lower their taxes.
Now, we know who the bullies are and we can do something about the theft and at the same time improve our lot! The bullies that absconded with our money are the same people who are supporting the “secret grand jury hearings” in the killings of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and Eric Garner in New York City through political action committees (PAC) campaign contributions!

These are the same bullies who support the “stand your ground laws” across this country through Republican state legislatures! These same bullies are holding up meaningful legislation that will blunt almost seven years of double-digit unemployment among black households! Will you be recognized, as the first person to stand-up with your name at the top or will you simply shut yours eyes, slough this theft off and… just let it go?! (E-mail this article to a friend).
The Davis Plan is at – there, you will also find a button for the  petition! 

Staff Writer; James Davis
You can get this brother’s latest books titled, “The Fix This Time” Expanding Social Security Benefits to Create Jobs and Spur Demand @ and
Hey…God’s Talking To You” The Study Book @


3 Responses to “Will Righteous Anger Lead You to Finally Stand-Up?”
  1. James Davis says:

    Based on Actions of Political Figures, the Public is going to have to Stand-Up! No Politician is willing to risk their Political Careers to Expose the Misuse of this Money.

    Brother Amen,
    Thanks for your comments. It is apparent that you understand that this is a national job creation plan. However, it does complement your plan as well, as it adds to the buying power of the African American community. By extending the plan to private pension plans ( allowing them to also take tax free partial distributions of $40,000 dollars down from their private pension or corporate plans) and due to the velocity of money, an estimated one billion dollars a day will be generated by the Davis Plan. Approximately 14% of that amount will belong to the African American community. Even if you are conservative and reduce that to 10% – that’s still amounts to $100,000,000.00 dollars a day cascading into black neighborhoods across this country.

    Here is the problem:

    In answer to your question regarding, the petition is at Three trillion dollars is awful lot of money. For the diversion of that much capital to have happened and not have the act be public knowledge requires somebody or something working on the other side to make that happen.

    Organizations like AARP are certainly aware that the capital has been diverted. Republicans have left IOU’s in a file cabinet somewhere in Virginia saying they used the money. But you see, in leaving IOU’s, they left no provisions for paying the money back. Right now Social Security checks are being paid by what the government collects in current payrolls taxes and if there is a shortfall, money to keep those checks going out comes from the general budget. There are no reserves! That is what they spent plus the accumulated interest that those reserves would have earned. Even the president himself knows that this money was diverted, but yet his administration accommodated the “mismanagement” by introducing a cut in the cost of living allowance (COLA ) for Social Security retirees. This of course would have reduced the amount of money coming from the general revenue budget. However, Democrats who knew that Republicans diverted this money did not go along with the president’s scheme and halted his effort.

    What the politicians are telling us by making information available about the diverted capital is that they are not going to expose this open secret as they are not going to risk their political careers by being the exposer. One of the obvious first questions one would have for such a person depending on his time in office is why did you not stop it?

    The public is going to have to do heavy lifting on this one!

  2. I think I have a great idea for you Brother Davis. Based on your 30 day, 100,000 signatures, why don’t you signup on They are experts on raising awareness on subjects like this. Since this is an American thing and not just a Black thing, and it’s about putting money in peoples pocket, you should be able to get the signatures you need. Remember to promote the money going back in the peoples pocket. AARP might support you as well. Good luck Brother.

    Black Unity is the solution, is the plan

  3. James Davis says:

    A Note To My Audience:

    I find it amazing that we allow politicians who have a vested interest in advancing the causes of the wealthy and when those causes impact us, the poor and middle class negatively, we do not hold them acountable. Especially when making them accountable cost us a mere signature to a petition. It just amazes me to no end! When you consider what the civil rights protesters went through in the 1960’s and 1970’s to advance the cause of freedom, I find that most of us today will not advance same cause with a signature. Time is what it will take and more suffering perhaps, will surely bring a change, I figure. You think?

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