Imagine anticipating the great escape of a block party, church, or that community festival that’s been on your calender for quite some. This escape has always served it’s purpose of reducing stress from shorten work weeks, government indoctrinated kids and daily news of impending disasters just around the corner.
You park your car, jump out and experience the feeling of being free from all that which has become depressing. You are heading for the concession stand for some relief, but is tackled by a United Way funded community organizer who shoves a Affordable Care Act brochure in your hand and informs you, if there are any questions, they are available.
There is only one question that comes to mind, ‘why are you on my mountain today?’
An even better question would be, why would Houston and Harris County health officials accept federal funds, funneled through the United Way to institute a federal program the state has but all, ignored?
It’s hard to believe Houston, Harris County and the United Way would participate in a federal scheme to force people to purchase insurance coverage for other people, while praying there will be somebody around to purchase insurance coverage for them when they need it.
Here’s a bit of Texas reality. There is an army rising up against this health care act. Within the rank and file of this army, the general concensus is, the country has been sold out by Washington, regardless of political affiliation.
Washington is under the impression, Americans are stupid, ignorant and incapable of making decision on their own. But now, even the average American knows, this health care law depends on participation. Consider this, would any human being, fund anything they are rising up against? Okay, time is up.
Here’s a bit of a Texas full circle thought process. Human behavior has not been factored into this equation and as such, the people, better than Washington, can hasten this legislation to the throne of destruction. Participation is the key and without participation, well, the end results will make the fools out of everything in Washington, from the White House on down.
Americans have a nasty habit of, showing you, better than they can tell you. Just ask the British, or if you’re in Texas, the Mexicans.