The people are talking about hemp, but not the government. That has got to change because the government is suppose to reflect the Will of the People, not the other way around.
Here's the list of questions from Jack Herer's piece Obama-Biden Health Care Discussion - Jack Herer TV . Jack is filling in the blanks with hempsters answering the questions, awesome folks who are using hemp to empower their lives. We're blessed with Jack Herer, who inspired Richard M. Davis, the founder and curator of the USA Hemp Museum and millions of others.
Here's the questions asked. It's amazing how many, as demonstrated, have hemp as the answer. Comments are in ( )
1. What does the group perceive as the biggest problem in the health care system?
(Effective hemp medicine is illegal and toxic medicine is legal. It is illegal to grow hemp foods, but genetically modified foods are legal).
2. How do attendees choose a doctor or hospital?
(Qualifications - know your grower - medical hemp helps manage disease at the level of cause, stress and effect, illness.)
3. Where do attendees get information in making that decision?
(Experience, common sense and research. Richard M. Davis is almost ready to release his ground breaking work HEMP FOR VICTORY: THE WONDER HERB which shatters the myth about medical hemp research. It's a great walk through the medical wing of the USA Hemp Museum, a private museum with a virtual wing.)
4. Should public policy promote quality health care providers?
(Public policy should promote quality health empowerment from the first to the last moments of life. Non toxic hemp foods, medical hemp, hemp's environmental healing abilities, and more are positive impacts we can experience by adding hemp to our health empowerment system.)
5. Have attendees or their family members experienced difficulty paying medical bills?
6. How can policy makers address this problem?
(End hemp prohibition now! Finance the restoration of the family farm to grow hemp. Help coordinate markets and set quality standards. Tax medical and lower grades at standard sales tax rates, and recreational grades of hemp at 20%. Use that money to solve problems like financing universal health care. Let there be departments of Hemp in Commerce, Agriculture and Health, Education & Welfare. Tap Cong. Dr. Ron Paul for medical hemp.)
7. In addition to employer based coverage, would the group like the option to purchase a private plan through an insurance-exchange or a public plan like Medicaid?
(Medical coverage needs to be financed by the recreational hemp tax while reducing the need for health care. In addition to hemp, the old "water cure" or hydrotherapy, meditation and other alternatives should be considered. Employers have enough to deal with and would prosper more if the job of health care went to the medical community, financed by tax revenue.)
8. Do attendees know how much they or their employer pays for health insurance?
9. What should employers role be in a reformed health care system?
(Take a pro citizen stance for the government to provide health empowerment. Business needs to can focus on building their commerce. They can share what they save on health care as a health cash - vitamins, meditation classes, gym memberships, safe driving and anger management class - dividend to employees.)
10. Were attendees familiar with the types of preventative services Americans should receive?
(Yes - hemp.)
11. Had attendees gotten the recommended government services?
(No - not receiving government services - not applied.)
12. If not, how can public policy help?
(Public policy can end hemp prohibition immediately. Use the web to promote hemp, exercise, hydration, good nutrition and other healthy elements. )
13. How can public policy promote healthier lifestyles?
(Re-incorporate hemp into healing.)
So let's add this specific question to the list.
14. How can hemp help us turn our health care crisis into a health empowerment system?
For more information on hemp please visit Jack Herer's site and come by the USA Hemp Museum too.