We the People need a New Government (Cenocracy) which necessary entails the development of a New Constitution and a New Bill Of Rights. With respect to a "Bill Of Rights" (BOR), we need not retain this title if we so choose to call it otherwise such as "Document Of Rights" (DOC), "Magnanimously Observed Rights Equality", (MORE), or any such derivatives that might better suit an incorporation of a greater perspicuity and foresight. In any event, all rights felt important enough to be established by law should be placed on a singular Rights Document and not be attached to the Constitution as an amendment. For example, the first on the list should be an Equal Rights statement. And if a "Right To Work" is to be included, than so should there be an accompanying Right to a Living Minimum as well as living Maximum wage. We could also establish the right for money made in America to remain in America, thus entitling the government to prevent loss of revenue by those sending money to one or more outside the country... and to make it illegal for those attempting to hoard money in such things as offshore accounts. External investments would thus be permitted so long as it served the purpose of reinvestment in the country for the sake of the public. Hoarding of wealth without reinvestment in the public welfare could thus also be unlawful. In all cases, ambiguity must be removed in order to prevent those from exploiting any unforeseen loophole, undermining a Right, or subverting the system for personal gain that does not benefit the public.
In addition, a National Health Care system should be associated with a National Medical Insurance Care system. Also, because having insurance (due to laws) has been made into a necessary staple of living, there should be an over-all National Insurance system. If Social Security can be placed under one institutional setting, then so can Insurance and Medical care. The energy and expense used in creating an an additional Heath care system like Obamacare should have been used to re-organize Medicare and Medicade; which would better suit the needs of the public if care for adults and children were separated into their own divisions as well as separate divisions for men and women. Whereas Medicare is focused on all adults 65 and over, and Medicaid is for the Needy, the Nation needs a TOTAL health care system for everyone. Everyone needs to be included, which involves all those to be treated, those who do the direct treatment, supportive staff, and those who manufacture any and all products used by those involved in the health care system.
Comprehensive coverage requires a greater comprehensibility by experts, in their separate but interacting interests. Medical experts who can best direct the coarse of treatment for specific populations must be given the necessary latitude in order to provide the best care, and yet be held severely accountable should they transgress the boundaries of normalized treatment without directly absorbing the costs themselves. Such a proviso is necessary in order to prevent abuse of a need-to-be both publicly and privately funded system. The health of one's people is reflected in the health of one's Nation. If a populace is poorly nourished, so is the back bone of their Nation. If the people suffer, the Nation suffers. However, expert direction does not give anyone a 'carte blanche' approach at setting costs to fulfill personal expectations of acquiring wealth at the expense of the public's welfare. Public funding of any social program should not be used as someone's private unlimited ATM machine. In retrospect, no matter how well-intentioned the Obamacare system was, and is clearly recognized as having flaws that should not and can not be repaired by throwing good money after bad... we need a medical system which addresses stringent cost controls at ALL sources.
Let's look at just a few generalized examples (yes, clear definitions of wording would have to be established to prevent ambiguity and misuse by arbitrary applications.):
Granted that one or more of the above listed examples may not be of any interest to you or that you think a particular idea should not be a stated Right. But others may think otherwise. And this is the point to be made. There are so many issues that they need to be publicly discussed, voted on, and that vote carried into law. No singular or collectively organized effort by any or all branches of government should have the ability to rescind a law created by the Will of The People. Needless to say, the current formula of government does not have the capacity, the intelligence nor the wisdom to deal comprehensively with the many issues.
Those in law making authority in the present government often make excuses for their many fallibilities by creating obstacles to the discussion and passage of a needed bill, particularly when the limitations of their energy, intelligence, experience and wisdom are directed towards a pet project that may involve assisting them with getting re-elected. Such a scenario is pathetic with respect to the needs of the public. The needs of the public should come first, without being hindered by actions and activities that adulterate the needs into a tool to get someone re-elected, or simply as an instrument to thwart the efforts of another because of personality conflicts or assertions of ego. This situation requires for ALL OF US to be involved... as it should be, in a Democracy predicated on a government dedicated an OF, BY and FOR ALL the people premise. The present formula of vicarious Representation is short-sighted because it deliberately excludes the majority from having any real say-so in governance. Hence, We The People are in desperate need for a new formula of governance. We The People need a Cenocracy with a Cenocratic formula.
Originally, the "Bill of Rights" page focused specifically on outlining a "Cenocratic Bill of Rights". I include the information for those who had previously ventured to this page and may be looking for it:
As part of our call for a New Government (a CENOCRACY), We The People will establish a new CENOCRATIC political party premised on basic principles: