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Control of Our Opinion by EACH OTHER

or

Control of Public Opinion by THE OPPOSITION

See the 2 Choices, below and also
learn below how to invest wisely.

OUR CHOICE #1 of 2: Have invidual Americans be in control.

Result: : WE WELCOME CHANGE
AND WILL GET UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE.

Control by citizen efforts by having over 20 million Americans
know about the incredible benefits and sign up to get them:

 

The Only Citizen Actions Required:
Know what Americans should know
and sign up and donate ..

Inform others while reviewing the Know web page with them.

Invite others to sign up to stand up for single-payer health care:
become a Health Care Patriot.

and donate to help keep this massive campaign going.

 

The immense power of the health insurance companies can and will be overcome

with

the overwhelming force of over twenty million educated and united constituents communicating to their members of the U.S. Congress**, who love to report to the press that very strong input was received from their constituents on a topic and that they responded positively to the input.

 

** For each individual member of Congress there will be either thousands or tens of thousands of communications at the time of each of the communications events, depending on the size of the state and whether U.S. Senator or U.S. Representative.

 

OUR CHOICE #2 of 2: Let the opposition continue to be in control.

Result: WE FEAR CHANGE AND BLOCK OUR
OPPORTUNITIES TO GET HEALTH CARE.

Control by the opposition via media-based activities:

 

The Only Citizen Action Required:
Listen to and watch the propaganda

The immense power of the opposition, including health insurance companies, is demonstrated by their ability to conduct very expensive media campaigns which result in opposition to universal health care: single-payer, Improved Medicare for All.

The opposition is able to control the public's vote to as high as 70 to 80% against, as seen below at "Questionable Use of Donor Money."

All the opposition needs to do is to focus on a specific state or activity and crush it by spending MILLIONS, as documented below.

 

How to Invest Wisely

Many years of investing in occasional significant media campaigns and promotional videos has been a questionable use of donors' money, time and effort. The end result of this and other inappropriate activities is seen in the lack of progress: the continued weak, and now declining support in the U.S. Congress, as per this summary.
Donate here if you want to have your donation money spent in one of the ways that is most productive. We can build our strength by spending our time and money on educating Americans and establishing the power of the people via a coalition of over 20 million individual Americans ... with a mission, vision, strategy, plan and goal, each accessible at "C" for campaign at the Index.
What's the alternative? Futile attempts to fight the opposition via televiaion and radio media campaigns, as seen below, and other failed strategies. Contact Bob if there is interest in having an interaction about this topic.

Questionable Use of Donor Money

Past attempts within California and Oregon, such as the examples below, to accomplish single-payer health care have resulted in citizens being against it by an incredible 70 to 80% after the opposition's media campaigns effectively controlled the opinion of the public by instilling fear and/or doubt in citizens' minds. The associated attempts to use citizens' donations to "fight" the media with citizen media campaigns demonstrated that the citizen media campaigns did not result in a successful result.
That large sum of money, such as $900,000 in CA could have been spent more wisely.

Year 1994 example: 73% against (6,110,899 votes against) in California single-payer health care ballot proposal. Citizens spent about $900,000 on radio and TV ads; the opposition spent $4,000,000.

Year 2002 example: 79% against (969,537 votes against) in Oregon single-payer health care ballot proposal. The citizen proponents of this proposal were outspent 10 (or more) to 1 with over a million dollars spent by opponents.

Year 2009 example: 69% against (157,745 votes) in Facebook universal health care poll after extensive 2007 through 2009 media campaigns by single-payer opponents.

 

Invitation:

    Know what every American
should know, 

and then   

    Sign Up to be notified
when the campaign starts
to get strong support
from the U.S. Congress
for universal health care,
     Medicare for All.   

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