I am a native Californian who moved to Clarksville several years ago. I am socially-liberal, but fiscally conservative. I believe that government wastes money on all kinds of items that do not contribute to the advancement of American society. We need to change the focus of government spending from consumption-related items (Cold-war military spending items, bridges to no-where, etc) to investment related spending that yield future benefits (education-related spending, investment in green industries, healthcare that focuses on prevention, etc) I am a Christian that believes that the Lord does not need for me to judge others, but for me to help others as much as I can while I am here. I try to keep myself aware of many different economic and political topics and love a healthy debate with those who have views contrary to my own. Usually - they end up either changing the subject, or learning that they can't argue against me!
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Many hard working Americans, both self-employed and employed do not have health insurance because they either can not afford it, or their employers can’t afford it. If you are making the average American wage of $40,000, there is no way you can afford the outlay of $400 to $1200 a month that the average insurance policy requires. Not only is it expensive, but in many cases, individuals are turned down by insurance companies.
I know this because this has happened to me personally. «Read the rest of this article»