The morning after last night’s President Trump’s State of the Union sppech, I found myself wanting to ask my early morning, super moon if I missed something while listening to President Trump’s speech? I first noticed, that he did not acknowledged, the Supreme Court presence, maybe it was because of the absence of Suoreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I did not mind that, but I just wanted to hear if finally are we goung to have an affordable alternative to Obama Care? His speech focused on making America stronger and great again, the emphasis on jobs, defense, and immigration, There were momemts of sadness, by seeing the parents of an American student who was tortured in North Korea and eventually returned to the United States to die, the parents of two Afro-Amereican girls who were murdered by the m13 gang(illegal immigrants), and North Korean man, who desparately escaped his country after having his legs amputated, were strong points to President’s paln to make America great again. Yes we need a stronger defense, especially directing warnings to North Korea, yes unemplyment hass fallen, and I like the gains in my investment accounts, but being a senior and especially a handicap senior, I was hoping, perhaps praying that he would a sure all of us Americans, that we are going finally going to have affordable health care, and assurance that Medicare will be secured for at least a couple of more decades. Nope, the cosest things he did say that the price of perscription drugs have to come down, and Americans should not have to travel abroad to to receive experimental medical treatments.
It was very disturbing, but there are three gallant knights, Jeff Bezoz of Amazon, Warren Buffet of Berkshire Hathaway, and Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan/Chase are trying to see if they can fix our health care cost delemna. Thanks for your help, but I think the laast thing I want to do is having to depend on corporate America for taking care of my health. Even though these three visionaries mean well, this a much to big of a committment for them to solve, health care makes up close to eightenn percent of our GNP, 3.3 trillion dollars, that’s ten thousand dollars per each American. Thanks, but no thanks, this is definitely a priority that President Trump should of taken care of much sooner than his plans to build a wall shielding us around Mexico.
Oh well, the next super moon might again appear in another one hundred and fifty years, hopefully my dream of affirdable health will be a reality when the next super-duper moon appears.