Leave your thoughts on Obama’s 2012, “State Of The Union,” address below.
The REAL state of the union is four simple words: Shit is fucked up.
Props to Nigel for posting this. Real Talk.
Good Look Nigel.
Well said… the future is looking up. Their is hope under President Obama. This speech made my day.
Helll YEEEEEEE NIKKAS!!
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My homeboy was in terrible shape too, and he clean! Gettin a condo.
Hit em up – they will help!!!!!
Facts that are believed to exist reradging the U.S. Health Care System-This may be why about 80 percent of U.S. citizens want our health care system overhauled:The U.S. is ranked number 42 related to life expectancy and infant mortality, which is rather low.U.S. is ranked number one in the world for spending the most for health care- as well as being number one for those with chronic diseases. About 125 million people have such diseases. This is about 70 percent of the Medicare budget that is spent treating these terrible illnesses. Health Care cost presently is over 2 trillion dollars of our gross domestic product. One third of that amount is nothing more than administrative toxic waste that does not involve the restoration of the health of others. This illustrates how absurd the U.S. Health Care System is presently. Nearly 7000 dollars is spent on every citizen for health care every year, and that, too, is more than anyone else in the world.We have around 50 million citizens without any health insurance, which causes about 20 thousand deaths per year. This includes millions of children without health care.Our children. About 70 percent of citizens have some form of health insurance, and the premiums for their insurance have increased nearly 90 percent in the past 8 years. About 45 percent of health care is provided by our government- which is predicted to experience a severe financial crisis in the near future with some government health care programs, it has been reported. Most doctors want a single payer health care system, which would save about 400 billion dollars a year- about 20 percent less than what we are paying now.Our health care we offer citizens is sort of a hybrid of a national and private health care system that has obviously mutated to a degree that is incapable of being fully functional due to perhaps copious amounts and levels of individual and legal entities.Half of all patients do not receive proper treatment to restore their health, it has been stated. Medical errors desperately need to be reduced as well, it has been reported. It is estimated that we need about 60 thousand more primary care physicians to satisfy the medical needs of the public health in the United States. And we have some greedy corporations that take advantage of our health care system. Over a billion dollars was recovered for medicare and Medicaid fraud last year through settlements paid to the department of Justice because some organizations ripped off taxpayers. These are the taxpayers in the U.S. who have a fragmented health care system with substantial components and different levels of government- composed of several legal entities and individuals, which has resulted in medical anarchy. The following variables sum up the U.S. Health Care System, which is why the United States National Health Insurance Act (H.R. 676) is the best solution to meet our health care needs as citizens:Access- citizens do not have the right or ability to make use of this system as we should.Efficiency- this system strives on creating much waste and expense as it possibly can.Quality- the standard of excellence we deserve as citizens with our health care is missing in action.Sustainability- We as citizens cannot continue to keep our health care system in existence by supporting it.Dan Abshear