What do you think of this before, I've revised it. (edit this if you want it has to be good...)?

My town would have a single leader. The leader would be elected by the citizens. Each leader would have a four year term and have actual power. The leader’s job is to enforce laws. The government would pay for the damages that hired rescue companies would fix like helicopters, military, the Red Cross, (etc…). In my town, people will have to pay taxes. The job of the government is to take care of people. People are allowed to vote for laws. This town would have limited freedom so people won’t go crazy and take advantage of it. People will work together to construct public water projects for a profit. Education is paid for by government and paid with taxes. The people have to use natural resources and technology to fix the problems of natural disasters and other types of disasters as well.My country attacks other countries without being provoked. My military protects people from outsiders. The leader of the country controls the military. The leader of the country has tons of power and has to follow the constitution too. Professional soldiers will be hired for the military.Decisions are made by people voting. The other branches of government do have to support the person/group when making decisions. Women and men over the age of 21 in the middle and high class and they have to be working to participate in decision making. The government enforces all the decisions.Taxes and most people’s generous contributions would help pay for the government’s responsibilities. 14 million dollars would help pay for the responsibilities. I will have taxes. The middle and higher class will pay the same amount of taxes. 55% of their income should be taxed. Tax collectors would collect taxes on a specific date which is the first day of March.

Asked By: tonight - 2/4/2013
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Answered By: Nick - 2/4/2013
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Does this "leader" make the laws and enforce them too? What about courts? Doesn't that make her/him a dictator? Do you know what a paragraph is?
Answered By: Pat - 2/4/2013
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