Facing the reality of 9,000,000 uninsured children in the United States turns out to be sobering work.
Take a look at this report by ABC News:
"Red Tape and Bureaucracy in Health Care" (June 10) http://abcnews.go.com/Video/playerIndex?id=3264531.
We must do better.
[As in previous segments of this series, please tolerate the commercial message at the beginning of the report.]
Don't know about you, but I found last night's Presidential debate on CNN among the Democratic candidates using the YouTube question format to be interesting and refreshing compared to previous debates. Ordinary folks asking the questions that concerned them.
Opinion: there would have been many more questions on the Iraq War if the U. S. "recruited" its soldiers from a national draft. Funny how current, pressing self-interest shapes our primary concerns, huh? I find it to be the same with the issues associated with poverty, like the video above.
What do you think?
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