the Moral Executive Branch...
a politically-purposeful interest group within the public sector
of government. Its elected and expertized members would coordinate among
themselves and with their counterparts within the legislative and
judicial branches. All would have custody of a moral social contract which commonly originates from the human's condition. The
authority of this formative source then would vest in the
of a constitution within and through which all enfranchised citizens first
and last would govern morally from that formative basis or not.
they would, they individually could participate politically within a moral democracy or not, electing some of their instituted custodians within
the executive and other branches of the public sector. It's
then that the formative logic socially would apply to standardize
executive-branch individuals collectively to form one moral interest group
with custodial purposes first forming from the right of a true "moral majority"of
all the people immorally even to change the word-enabled legal conditions
of their social contract.
standards for the branch's many converging purposes require everyone's
knowledge of the formatively-logical applications
which the formative source enables. That logic applies to
mean that the people would elect a president and secretaries for domestic
affairs and foreign relations through the process of a moral democracy.
That electorate therein standardizes also to be their society's ultimate
"governors by consequence" of that custodial act among others. The enfranchised
also would employ within the executive branch as the standardized "governors
by expertise" who'd more particularly meet the needs of all, and both their
employment and purposes of division would follow from the formative
which truly would produce the democratic rule of moral law and not
from tyrannical men.
converged purposes provide ten divisions of a department for domestic affairs.
These are for auditing,
banking and insurance, business
records, and telecommunications. There'd
be two for a department of foreign relations, foreign service
trade, as well as a possible third
for military defense.
vote of the electorate could add that third division as a thirteenth overall.
If so, it would have its own disinterested cap for allocating resources.
Measured in human employees, it at most could double the 25% otherwise
allowed to the branch. It's then that at base the twelve divisions which
always do accord to the branch would proportion to the total number accorded
to all branches, three for the judiciary and one for the legislature,
to make sixteen. The executive branch then would account for up to three-quarters
of the purposefully-custodial public-sector number as capped before the
internal divisions and their divisions would cap similarly, their most-critical
and prioritized personnel to be experts in the essential public
they'd severally provide. Unlike their elected counterparts and those others
among them having managerial and clerical expertise, they'd have a direct
responsibility to serve the "man on the street." As standardized "primary
public custodians," they'd contract with more authority to serve than those
others standardize to be the "personnel managers" and other supportive
"bureaucrats" for whom the people they all ultimately serve must come first
within the hierarchically-applied rule of moral law. Given that, even elected
bureaucrats must replace the primary public custodians- or quit- whether
or not they have the expertise needed. It's then that personnel caps also
would shift, both within the public sector as a whole and
the executive branch itself where and when the executable rights
of the people hierarchically first base on their needs socially to be applied
by primary individual precedence from the base up.
applies also to mean that all enfranchised individuals equally would be
the standardized "custodial managers" for and of a moral social contract
which doesn't permit the top down rule of men. This even would apply to
all the elected personnel managers within all public-sector branches, those
who custodially would govern standardizably as they'd also enfranchise
without qualifying claims to any special expertise.
disinterested standards from and of that language we call "law"
also would conform to our common source to effect this. Those
formations as analogous word-formatives then could prevail where and when,
for instance, the hierarchically-equal rights of application to the unenfranchised
would prioritize over those of the equally enfranchised so long as there'd
ever and even be a social
contract at all.
private sector then also would lead economically through
a taxation for and of which the executive branch's experts within
a moral banking
system custodially would account.
That funding and the taxable portion thereof next would provide for other
custodial purposes similarly applied and capped elsewhere within
the other branches and an autonomous
Yet all this still will depend upon all the people within the geopolitical
whole to hold their custodians and themselves equally to account. Only
then could they form and sustain our kind's first morally-exemplary nation-state.