It would be nice if blessing our food would prevent us from getting diabetes, cardiovascular disease or high blood pressure. How about we stop praying over artery clogging food and make the decision to eat healthier. Oh,…"
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My Sun, what a commanding thesis you present to us, one that verify the Homelessness of Black people, both Mental and physical.
Today, Black people have a choice, Home or perish, you seem to suggest…"
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By Chief Elder Osiris Home - A place Of Solace, Having Power, Authority, And Control Of, With Security, Peace, Joy, and Family Remembrance, Where Freedom, Justice,. And Independence Is Experienced. Residence - A Place Where You Reside With The Consent Of The Owner, The Occupier Of Such Resident Having No Authority, Power, control, Over The Place Of Residence. A Nation without a Home is a Nation without an identity, and a Nation with no identity is a lost Nation, having no revealing knowledge…See More
President Obama is trying to reform our broken health care system, which has left more than 45 million Americans uninsured and millions more with insurance that won't provide the treatment they need.
Some in Congress are with Obama. But the insurance industry, with help from Republicans and so-called centrist Democrats, is leading the charge to kill a key part of his plan -- a government-run insurance plan that would increase the number of Americans covered, called the "public option." Industry groups are spending millions -- $35 million in lobbying costs alone -- to convince people that they won't be able to choose their doctor, that government will be making their medical decisions, that they'd be forced to take the government's plan, and that the plan is part of some socialist plot -- all lies. In reality, the insurance industry is trying to protect its enormous profits on the backs of everyday people.
Our opportunity to address the disparities that keep too many of us from enjoying long, healthy lives is now.
Please join me in telling our lawmakers that the first step toward improving our health care system is including a public plan that makes good health something everyone can afford.