On Priorities and Commitment

We are the United States of America.

We can do anything.

 

There is a reason why we do not utilize Solar Energy as a workable solution to maintaining a clean environment while still supplying energy for our populace.

 

There is a reason why we do not provide Healthcare for every man, woman, and child within our society.

 

There is a reason why our infants die at an alarmingly higher rate than over 20 other countries.

 

It is a matter of priorities and commitment.

 

The reason why Germany is able to utilize solar energy is not because they have more sunshine than us, but rather because as a society the German people made Solar Energy a priority, and they committed themselves to make it happen; and so it did happen.  The German people furthermore did not allow monied interests to sway them from that commitment; and so the German people made Solar Energy a workable solution to maintaining a clean environment.

 

The German people did not sell out their freedom.

They bought into a workable, viable solution to provide clean energy in the way of solar energy.

 

It is a matter of priorities and commitment

 

The reason why our infants die at such an alarmingly high rate is because of our commitment to privatized industry and a profiteering medical system.

 

Our social commitment is not to providing healthcare.

Our social commitment is to maintaining a privatized, for profit healthcare system.

 

It is a matter of priorities and commitment.

 

And so in the light of our commitment to privatized industry and a profiteering medical system, some live well, and some die young.

 

Solar Energy and Universal Healthcare are issues of priorities and commitment.

 

We are the United States of America.

We can do anything.
It is a matter of priorities and commitment.

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