Sunday, November 27, 2016


(1) You could ask the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to evaluate whether tattoo-reversal surgery procedures can be made safer and more effective and more affordable in the very near future. This could help to protect the medical health of the millions of Americans who conclude that one or more of the tattoos they had either asked for and obtained or had been pressured into having emblazoned on their own body, was a tattoo that they now regret having on their own body.

(2) The U.S. Government could sponsor a study to compare the financial earnings-capacity of Americans who are heavily tattooed all much of their body with Americans who have no tattoos on themselves or only one tattoo on their own body. Results from that study could serve as a warning to all Americans that if they choose to get lots of tattoos on their own body, they could undermine their ability to earn a good income in their career as a result.

(3) A U.S. Government-sponsored study could compare the expected medical longevity or lifespan of Americans with five or more tattoos on their body and Americans with ZERO tattoos on their own body. Results of that study could serve as a warning to Americans who currently subscribe to the view that "the more tattoos I get on my body, the happier and more vital I will be."

(4) The U.S. Government could help to sponsor social-science studies that explore why Americans choose to get themselves tattooed, and whether Americans who make that choice are doing so because they are self-destructive. Studies could show, for instance, whether heavily tattooed Americans are twice or three times as likely to attempt to commit suicide than are non-tattooed Americans.

(4a) Additional studies that the federal government could help sponsor might attempt to determine:
---whether heavily tattooed Americans are less likely to get married to anyone in a mutual-consent marriage than are non-tattooed Americans.
---whether heavily tattooed Americans are more likely than non-tattooed Americans to be perceived by members of the criminal element as individuals whom those criminal persons attempt to target as crime victims. It is likely, in other words, that many of America's criminals identify heavily-tattooed Americans as "persons with lower self-esteem who are therefore less likely to protect themselves against criminal activities that would victimize themselves and their families and property".
--whether heavily-tattooed Americans are twice as likely or three times as likely as other Americans to be approached by organized-crime groups that seek to recruit them as new members of their own illicit youth gang or other organized crime group.
---whether heavily-tattooed Americans are more likely to be socially ostracized by law-abiding Americans, since many law-abiding Americans understandably identify extensive tattoos on other Americans as "a sign that they themselves are criminal persons".
---whether the federal government should sponsor public-service announcements on television in which popular celebrities and public officials each appear on television and, in some cases, appear in a bathing suit and declare, "I'm so very happy that I have NEVER gotten tattooed on my own body! I feel so much more natural and authentic and wholesome as a tattoo-less American!"

(5) The U.S. Government could review whether it makes sense for the federal government to adopt for Western use a policy of the Soviet Union's communist national government of the 1970s, for instance, of approving a "10-year plan" of national goals for the Soviet government and Russian society, with the proposed American 10-year plans to be applicable to each department of the U.S. Government and the overall federal government and to American society. The new President could consider establishing an advisory committee to evaluate whether long-term planning has been under-utilized by the U.S. Government, and how long-term planning by the U.S. Government could be beneficial to the federal government and to American society.

(6) The U.S. Government could help sponsor more social-science studies on the federal government and on federal employees---studies aimed at making the federal government more effective, and federal employees more successful in their job duties and lives.

(7) The U.S. President could ask Congress to review whether the current federal law defining "treason" as a federal offense punishable by a court-ordered death penalty has a need for updating and revision. This updating and revision might be needed in view of the many acts of physically violent terrorism in the United States that might be construed as a form of treason. Congress could attempt to evaluate under which circumstances acts of physically violent terroristic activities in the United States should be classified as treason against the U.S. Government, but are not currently classified that way by federal law.

(8) The federal government could be asked to sponsor additional research on how the level of fatigue among American citizens could be significantly reduced, and the various ways in which fatigue by American citizens of today is undermining the American economy and public-safety on roadways and at the workplace and the medical health of millions of Americans.

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