first of all: welcome to the forum
As you can see there are very mixed feelings about your presentation. All in all i am not sure if your idea is well thought out. You plan to give the fundings from a kickstarter campaign to the developer who would build your game. Then how does the kickstarter campaign will look like? You would have nothing to present because the development would likeley start only if funding is successful. And i assume noone will back a game were you only show of some concepts, ideas or dreams. This went never well.
Thats what it sounded like in your first post. So there would definitely be some money involved before you can start a campaign anyway. And this is not clearly mentioned.
Also the part with "all game sales money goes to me, you get credit" sounds very disrespectul.
Of course there should be an agreement of what would a dev get paid and for what, but in combination with your whole presentation it made me feel very sad on how some people see the work of making games.
Either get freelancers to work on parts of your game and pay them for these or let a whole game be developed, but then let them be part of the success of the sales...
At least thats how i see it.
So if you really plan to get this done by external people completely, you would definitely make these things more clear. Also your topic lacks a lot of reasons why exactly someone should make a game for you besides "i will give you the funding money (-tax, - kickstarter provision, etc)".
What is the game idea about? (1:1 book story recreation or something else?), How long should it take to play, what are your expectations to the game ? what are your expectations to the dev? , how long do you plan for its production (which may varies from the real time which is needed, but here probable devs can estimate what is doable)...
Good luck anyway =)