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Low income, minority, immigrant people come in with problems Which they allowed to get very bad because they are pounds overweight. Cant pay, no money. They get free medication. They get medicine to take home Wash, rinse, repeat. Some people just don't have the self realization or the self discipline they need to survive.
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I resist and indulge on weekends, only one can per day The issues listed above aren't bad ideas but overall, what we all need to focus on is what has caused so many different issues in the US that are local issues here that aren't happening or not nearly as bad as they are in this country. Why are less businesses being created?
Why are violence issues so much worse? Why are more people dying in car crashes. Why are so many working age people dying here vs other countries. We had high immigrant levels in the past and life expectancy wasn't falling? Why is it now? Why are more people renouncing citizenship than in the past? What is the public angry about that isn't getting fixed that needs to be fixed? Is it acceptable for wealthy companies and individuals to write off all taxes or should there be a minimum tax level?
Why can't the US as a whole compete with other developed countries on transportation systems and why is it at risk of falling behind in some military technology? Why are average American wages and worker protections falling behind? Why are so many American jobs being outsourced and how should companies be penalized if their CEO to lowest paid employee average get too high? When should we penalize and punish companies for not being pro American enough? Why has it been so difficult and so long a challenge to eliminate money being kept in tax Haven's?
How can excess red tape be removed to get America moving again? Why are pay rates and wealth and quality of life disparities so great across the country? Should wealthier areas pay higher taxes to support issues that are failing? Should companies be required to employ workers in a minimum number of states to spread wealth around or the number of companies or jobs be limited to the percent of population that lives in those areas?
The cause of these issues is one thing.
If steps aren't taken in a timely matter to address inequality and improve access to a basic quality of life, and they remain out of reach for large areas of the country and a high percent of workers overall, eventually every citizen, both rich and poor, could pay a big price when America ultimately fails because of a lack of cooperation across the board. A country can only get so corrupt and disfunctional before it eventually fails. The other question is what countries we should be trading with.
If we trade with non union countries, in theory, we should also be non union. If most workers in the us are non union, they can't afford to pay union labor costs for houses or other services.
Those with union jobs should in theory be required to pay for other union products and services. A union worker for example should shop at a union grocery store and a non union worker should shop at a non union grocery store because a basic non union worker can't afford to pay union rates, and union workers should be willing to pay union rates for other union workers.
Both systems are very different and mixing them together doesn't work correctly domestically or internationally and leads to situations we are now experiencing with excessive living costs and lack of affordable housing. There are advantages and disadvantages of both just like there are pros and cons to trading between free and non free countries. Should most trade or outsourcing be allowed or encouraged between free and non free countries?
There are very serious concerns to consider both options but both questions also answer one very specific questions Lower prices for everything require lower wages for all workers overall. Trading with non free, non union, low wage countries means we all need to be willing to to make similar sacrifices at home.
The biggest question of all is The world economy is much like a teeter totter. If we outsource all our jobs abroad, we can't expect to have good jobs at home. Are we willing to trade permanent jobs for gig economy jobs? An economy doesn't work right if some people are gig workers and others aren't.