Call for better Health Care in America

I spent six years living without health care in the United States. I was also twenty years younger and healthy, so it was almost feasible at that time. Once I had to have a root canal treatment which swallowed the amount of four weekly pay checks and left my cupboards empty. The USA has more transparency in its medical billing compared to Germany, but the fees are outrageous at times. My friend was charged over US Dollars 30,000 for a DNC. Good night, America.

I believe all Americans should be entitled to basic health care and therefore I spread the word in favor of reforming health care received from Organizing for America

Quoted from their e-mail:

Today, we can extend coverage to millions. We can end insurance-company abuses forever. We can finally give Americans control over their own health care.

But we can’t take anything for granted. The vote in the House is just hours from now and could still go either way. It’s up to every American who believes in reform to call our representatives and speak up — right now.

So, if you haven’t yet, please pick up the phone and call Rep. Hare’s office at (202) 225-5905. And afterward, or if you’ve called already, make it your mission today to get 5 friends or neighbors to call, too.

Forward this email widely. Save the Congressional switchboard number — (202) 224-3121 — in your cell phone, and then hand your phone to a friend, a co-worker, a family member. Capitol Hill offices are open and accepting calls.

Call the folks you know who share our vision for change, and let them know that today is their chance — our chance — to not just witness history, but to make it.

Thanks for being there for every step of this final march for reform. And thanks for making it possible.


  1. It’s interesting that a lot of the people that I follow on Twitter have been talking about this today – and they are all talking about how bad the bill is.

    Quite a few are in favour of the health care reform, and still say that the bill is not good for the U.S.

    But surely the country has to start somewhere?

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