Health Care in US is in OUR own HANDS


Instead of going to the House and Senate for a new health policy, what we all need is to write to the corporations insisting upon fair treatment. The CEOs need to
be bombarded with our experiences and frustrations. These are really making everyone sicker.
That is what they bank on. I am certain their greed depends on large
numbers being sick. The drug companies bank on putting out ads that scare
a thinking person into realizing that all the drugs are greatly risky.
The insurance companies do it by charging so much and all this is making people
sick by worrying about it all.



What Michelle Obama has done by going to the food corporations and insisting upon having better ingredients in the food, is really the starting place.
I thank her. Now all of us must go to
all the schools and insist that children learn that they will all kill
themselves with fast foods, (which are everything that isn't FRESH from a
farm.) And we must go to the farm industries and insist that they don't
change the structure of plants we eat by genetic modification and the animals
we eat must not be squeezed in pens and fattened up with GMOs.



Sincerely,


Raven Cohan


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Comment by Raven Cohan on February 7, 2011 at 5:59pm
Thanks for supporting this idea and continuing it, Lisa.  And happy Birthday, also.  I befriended you, too!

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