Consequences of the new health care reform: Are we to lose some our current health benefits?
We the people loan (give?) the banks money at 0% interest. They loan it back to us at 20 %.
it is to be rich these days! We have $ (obviously), have power (always did), and now the government is giving us the poor people’s money. Life is sweet, indeed! Unfortunately, I belong to the working class.
I feel more like what the Feds are doing “to” me than “for” me. How about you?
I call for each agency to list its top 10 priorities on its website home page. The language should be in plain English under a simple heading “Our top 10 priorities”, so that every visitor can readily find this information and understand how each Agency is working to improve the lives of Americans. Now, that is a change we all can believe in:The Feds telling its citizen what it is doing for them in an understandable way. This way, we the people can hold them accountable or change the list, if we do not like the priorities.
Perhaps, the health care reform bill would have had more public support if it is made clear to them how it will benefit them in a few “bullet point” headings (1or 2 Powerpoint slides, max). Einstein said it best: Keep it simple. After all, he did give us: E = mC2.