Sunday, February 21, 2010

An American Movement, We the People!

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What's Your Big Idea for Change in America? Ideas for Change in America is a crowd-sourcing competition that empowers citizens to identify and build momentum around the most innovative ideas for addressing challenges our country faces. To change this country, we're counting on Americans from every walk of life to get involved. Tell us how an experience in your life showed you something that is right or something that is wrong with this country -- and share your ideas for how to make it better. An American Movement, We the People! What's Your Story? We're counting on citizens from every walk of life to get involved. Share your experiences and your ideas -- tell us what you'd like the Obama-Biden administration to do and where you'd like the country to go.


I am looking for help in organizing a march on Houston's City Hall for Health Care Reform. We will march from North, South, East, and West areas of Houston, merging on City Hall. Whether you support public option or single payer and many other issues that face America today, please support our We the People cause, It's time We the People fight the special interest groups. It's time for the American middle class to stand up and be heard. The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of big business and insurance companies have stopped running anti-reform ads. They believed they've won. We will fight back, We the People will make our stand, NOW! We will not, we cannot, go quietly into poverty and silence, our forefather's America is at stake, our children's America is at stake. We fought for justice in the 60's, now it's time for We the People of all ages to once again stand up and come to the aide of all Americans!

Health Insurance Reform: Reality Check

Whether or not you have health insurance right now, the reforms we seek will bring stability and security that you don't have today.

This isn't about politics. This is about people's lives. This is about people's businesses. This is about our future.

- President Barack Obama

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About Us: American Health Care You Can Trust

Health insurance will give families the relief they need and ensure Americans have secure, stable, affordable health insurance. Sign up here to get the latest information about rising health insurance premiums and the latest on efforts to reform the system.

"Health care reform is no longer just a moral imperative, it is a fiscal imperative. If we want to create jobs and rebuild our economy, then we must address the crushing cost of health care this year, in this Administration."

- President Barack Obama
White House Forum on Health Reform

Share your stories and ideas about why we need health reform this year!

Protecting Families and Putting More Money in Your Pocket. How Health Insurance Reform Will Lower Costs and Increase Choices. All Americans believes that comprehensive health reform should:

*Reduce long-term growth of health care costs for businesses and government

*Protect families from bankruptcy or debt because of health care costs

*Guarantee choice of doctors and health plans

*Invest in prevention and wellness

*Improve patient safety and quality of care

*Assure affordable, quality health coverage for all Americans

*Maintain coverage when you change or lose your job

*End barriers to coverage for people with pre-existing medical conditions

*Reduces preventable readmissions

Health Plan Options:

*American Health Care You Can Trust

*Health Access Limited-Benefit Plans

*Individual & Family Health Plans

*Short Term Medical Insurance

*Student Health Insurance

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Why We Can’t Wait - Healthcare by the Numbers

•32,000,000 -- that’s the number of Americans who will get health insurance under the President’s plan. [Source: Congressional Budget Office]

•That’s also a little more than the populations of Ohio, Virginia, Kentucky and Arizona --- COMBINED. [Source: U.S. Census Bureau]

Over the course of our ‘Health Reform by the Numbers’ online series, we’ve highlighted many of the problems of our broken health care system to raise awareness about why we just can’t wait any longer for reform:
For the last number in the series – we wanted to showcase what you get from health insurance reform:

•It expands health insurance coverage to 32 million Americans, guaranteeing that 95% of Americans will be covered.

•It makes health insurance affordable for middle class and small businesses -- including the largest middle class tax cuts for health care in history -- reducing premiums and out-of-pocket costs.

•It strengthens consumer protections and reins in insurance company abuses.

•It gives millions of Americans the same types of private insurance choices that members of Congress will have -- through a new competitive health insurance market that keeps costs down.

•It holds insurance companies accountable to keep premiums down and prevent denials of care and coverage, including for pre-existing conditions.

•It improves Medicare benefits with lower prescription drug costs for those in the ‘donut hole,' better chronic care, free preventive care, and nearly a decade more of solvency for Medicare.

•It reduces the deficit by more than $100 billion over next ten years, and by more than one trillion dollars over the following decade; reining waste, fraud and abuse; overpayments to insurance companies and by paying for quality over quantity of care.

As President Obama says, “we must act now” and put American families and small businesses, not health insurance companies, in control of their own health care. Help spread the word by sharing this blog post with your family, friends and online networks using the ‘Share/Bookmark' feature below.

32,000,000 is the last number in ‘Health Reform by the Numbers,' our online campaign to raise awareness about why the time is now for health insurance reform. You can follow the campaign on and social networks like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and LinkedIn.