Okay, cool. So what’s the move when it comes to healthcare in the United States?
What is the ideal state of affairs for us at the moment? This sounds like a very loaded question. How could any one person know the answer without spending their lives studying the trends of the topic at hand?
Well, we know a few things…
- Most developed countries in the world have solved this issue, and it makes no sense that the great U.S. of A has struggled with this for so long.
- It is pretty much unacceptable what we are provided with when is comes to healthcare at the moment, so we should certainly do something.
Obviously large sweeping change from either side of the aisle is at a stalemate when it comes to healthcare. Republicans just recently attempted to repeal the Affordable Care Act, and that did not go too swimmingly. I believe the way to go about this is a grassroots movement.
Step 1. If you absolutely cannot do anything else, go vote vote. Drive, carpool, or run to the voting booths if you have to. Enjoy the fact that you have the ability to vote, and do something with your civic duty for God’s sake. Also, do not buy into this two party system if you don’t want to. We’ve been living under it for entirely too long, and it has failed the masses time and time again.
Step 2. If you want to be a little bit more involved, go ahead and volunteer for a local rep who is in line with your interests. Do they support affordable healthcare for hard working Americans? Do you believe that they will support affordable health care once they enter office? Fantastic! They are clearly worth your time, now get out there and be proactive.
Step 3. If all else fails, be the change you want to see in the world. I think Gandhi said that quote, but we don’t support him on this website so imagine I made it up. Go ahead and run for office. Who knows You might be the one to finally figure out what makes the U.S. so special that we cannot get this basic health care issue figured out.