CHANGE THE AMERICAN MINDSET
“Ask not what your country can do for you but ask what you can do for your country.”
Self-responsibility for good health – food-exercise
AIDS 100% preventable – why are taxpayers paying
Obesity – 100% preventable – stop eating so much
Americans have developed a mindset of “entitlement.”
Rein in greed of financial industry – “Make money the old fashioned – earn it.”
Stop political contentiousness – make politicians work with the same rules applicable to lawyers in federal court and Lawyer’s Creed.
Define the common goals of the American masses and prioritize and set goals to accomplish.
Resolve conflicts between protecting the rights bestowed by Bill of Rights.
Special Interest groups can’t have it both ways, to wit:
Can’t insist on right to all guns, and not Rowe v. Wade
Can’t insist on arbitrary limits on damages in certain cases without taking away right to have a jury decide damages in excess of $20.00
Can’t insist on protecting religious rights and at same time insist on Marriage being a union between a single man and a single woman.
Special interest groups must acknowledge all rights conferred by Bill of Rights, and not just the ones they like.
Time to end political correctness and just do what is right and what works to protect against acts of terror.
Time to diffuse the so called “religious right” from pandering to the primitive reptilian brain by creating fears that are non-existent.
Time to look at 98,000 deaths a year in hospitals from medical errors, 55,000 deaths a year from traffic accidents.
Time to look at what really drives healthcare costs – look where the money is going, look at all the unnecessary procedures, debunk the myth of defensive medicine, show that where unnecessary procedures are being done, they are done to create more profit for the people who have invested in the equipment, devices, and drugs. Stop the drug industry from practicing medicine with television ads.
In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of the United States, then according to the rules of the common law.