Monday, June 29, 2009

Time Is Moving in New Directions

Time is taking on new meaning to me. Some days it appears to be moving slowly. Then there are days when time is moving fast. I guess it depends on the what is going on this time on my life.

Death ran big the past week. Ed McMahon, Fara Fassett, Ed Devillia,and Micheal Jackson, all died so fast. Perhaps it is a sense of tremendous lost. I grew up with these people on my T.V.

We must think more about the real issues in life. People are losing jobs fast. I still see people losing their homes. Health care is a real problem. I am still concerned about the lack of urban education as well.

In conclusion, life and time are one. It is what we make it. If we move at at a slow pace., then it would appear that it moves slowly. If we work fast then time goes fast. These are difficult days and we must think through each issue. We need to care more about each other and show love when and where we can. Time is life.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Thursday, June 25, 2009

What Impact Did Micheal Jackson Have?

Micheal J. Jackson was named "The King of Pop." The song "thriller," is the largest selling reccord in the world. The question is, how did he move the world? Micheal wrote a song entitled,"We are The World."

Moreover, Micheal Jackson was born and moved by the advent of technology. He went from home movies in black and white to being Twitted to announce his death. Millions of people watched him on TV, YouTube, and MTV. His music made of dance and smile.

In conclusion, Micheal Jackson is and was The King of Pop. The world can be a strange place as it relates to life and death. This should give us all pause to reflect on fame and fortune. Our lives are so precious. We must do the basics. Love our children. Show love to our young people. We must embrace our seniors with love and respect. Rest in peace Micheal Jackson.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Jobs, Health Care and Freedom

The three biggest issues facing the nation and the world are wrapped-up in these three particular ares of concern. The question is ,at what price are we willing to pay to make it happen? Perhaps the real price is too costly.

America needs to look closely at Canada. Health is a right. The people are living longer. The quality of life is sound. Government is for the people and by the people. Secondly, We need more jobs. People need work and income. How can we create more jobs world-wide? Finally, people need freedom. We grow when the air is free. Things happen when people can express new ideas with fear nor intimidation.

In conclusion,the time is right to do what is proper and righteous. People need to work, be healthy and be free. Is this asking too much? Are so consumed by our own desires that we can allow billions to make it on their own? What if everyone gave-up 10% of their income to receive 100 times more in life? Let us live, work and be free in a healthier world.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Why Not Health Care Reform?

There is so much fuss over health car, I cannot understand why? Is it wrong to help people in need? Are we in a recession of compassion? America needs to move forward on this issue.

The President needs a real point person on this matter, health care is too important to allow it to sleep away. Everyone needs to have some form of health care.

What should we do regarding reform? Do we let people get sick and die? Sure I have my insurance, but what about the next person. Let us move forward and do our best. Give the people what they need.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Health Care is The Issue...

I remember when Hillary was leading the charge on health-care. There were certain people who went nuts. Perhaps Bill should have taken a stronger leadership role. Hillary as first lady was not elected at the time.

Now, health-care is the hot issue. People are saying,"We don't want socialized medicine." What is that people want? There about 50 million people without health care. People are still losing there jobs and homes.

We need to do something. Cost are too high and getting higher. We need reform. America needs to look at Canada. We could become a stronger smarter nation. Then we can move forward on other issues. Let us support health care reform today.

Monday, June 15, 2009

We Need Health-Care

Why is it that there are some people that do not want health-care for everyone. I wonder why? Is there something to gain by allowing sick people to suffer and die?

Canada is so advances in the universal health field. We need to understand the strengths and weaknesses of their system. We can improve on the problems and make changes.

We need to cut cost, expand coverage, and seek preventive care. These measures we help our economy and create more jobs. Those who would stop this reform are not acting in the best interest of our nation.

Monday, June 8, 2009

Do You Want Health-care?

Health C are is the hot issue. This will be the greatest fight we probably never see or hear. Money will be the real force behind the seen forcing people to say no.

We need a real program to help people. The question is who will pay for it and how much will it cost? The long term cost will be less if we act now. Everyone must take a stand on this issue.

The American business community needs to push for universal care. Health people spend more money than people who are not so healthy. We need to reduce swine flue and other problems we can eliminate today with better health care.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Health- Care

America needs heath-care reform. We need to reduce cost, expand coverage, and preventive care are the key components of any real plan. Wall-mart should get involved at a comprehensive level. They understand cutting cost.

The idea of people getting rich off of the ill is a moral question. America needs to look carefully at the Canadian System to make true cost cutting and coverage. This could be a chance to improve business performance.

America needs to take a hard look at what can be done. Hillary Clinton was knocked down in her attempt to reform health-care. The future of our aging population is in the balance. The future is being driven by young people. They must pay for all the bills we are acquiring at present.

If we are able to rebuild our economy, roads, and now health-care will make America well positioned for the future. Education will be the next area of major concern. The new administration appears to be highly intelligent. We need people who think first, consult the stakeholders, and then take measured steps to whats' best at that time, and for the long-term.