Friday, August 28, 2009

Let's do it!

Let's change our attitude from "Yes we can!" to "Yes we do! "

There are so many things going through my mind, every thought telling me that affordable Health Insurance for everybody will be there soon.

What country are we living in?

Is this country really the richest country of the world?
Is the richest country not rich enough to have all citizens equipped with Health Insurance?

How come that all other countries which have mandatory Health Insurance for every citizen are not that rich as the United States?

I guess what you are thinking:
They are not as rich as the United States because they are making Health Insurance possible for all their citizens!

The United States may get poor
giving Health Insurance to all their citizens!?
That has to be avoided.
So many people died in fighting for this country.
If this country is getting poor, they died in vain!

Is this the truth behind?

Is the Health Care Reform a triage?
A decision who is worthwhile to get Health Care and who is not?
A decision if we are getting poor in giving Health Insurance to everybody or dying not getting Health Insurance?

Don't be confused!

No nation which expects to be the leader of other nations can expect to stay behind in this race for better Health Care!

And is not Health Care, in the last analysis, basically a matter of human rights — the right to live out our lives without fear to get ill — the right of our and future generations to a healthy existence?

When John Fitzgerald Kennedy had his Special Message to the Congress on Urgent National Needs 48 years ago, he did know it was a lot of money he asked for to send a man to the moon.

Now it was his brother's, Senator Edward Kennedy's goal to finally get Health Insurance for everybody. Should this cause be denied now?

Now this is a choice which this country must make, and I am confident that under the leadership of the Congress, and the Appropriating Committees, this matter will be considered carefully.

The Israelites went forward to their promised land,
even after Moses died.
40 years they needed.

Our time is up now. Waiting for 40 years is enough!
Are we Americans to cowardly to go ahead
after our Moses passed away?



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