The world would be a far better place without nuclear weapons. Only one powerful leader understands this clearly and has stood up from his first day in office to make it happen.
The world would be a far better place if people would talk to each other rather than hurl steel, lead, chemicals and explosives at their neighbors. Only one major world leader has ignored advice to the contrary and stood up from his first day in office to make negotiations happen.
The world would be a far better place if people could see a doctor when they need to, or even consult a physician long before they absolutely need medical attention. Only one U.S. President has ignored advice to the contrary and stood up from his first day in office to make universal health care happen.
Though I may die before I get the proper medical treatment I need, though hundreds will still die this month in combat around the world, though nuclear bombs still roll out of many secret manufacturing sites we now have hope. Barack Obama is in office as U.S. President.
Barack Obama has been awarded the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, October 9th, 2009.
Finally there is hope that the human race may continue and our families will be allowed to live in peace one day soon.
Friday, October 09, 2009
Friday, October 02, 2009
$380 million dollars has been spent recently by rich drug companies and hospitals to trick Congress and the rest of the U.S. population. The money is being lavished on Senators and members of the House of Representatives to protect the huge salaries of pharmaceutical and healthcare executives. Instead of trying to improve the quality of care or the safety of prescription drugs, huge sums of money are going towards fake protests and fancy lunches. Armies of lobbyists are telling people that the current system of health insurance has no problems and every U.S. citizen already gets the health treatment they need.
In the meantime most people are paying way too much for lousy treatment, risky drugs and fat cat's salaries of $100 million dollars a year or more. No wonder they have so much money to spend on lies and dirty tricks. At the same time 45 million people in the country are denied proper health care while many rich do not see anything wrong with that dire situation.
Call or write the people that represent you in the U.S. House of Representatives or U.S. Senate before it is too late, too late for you or your family to get the proper treatment you deserve.