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 Media


We can replace the impact of the U.S. media
with the impact of U.S. citizens.

We can replace the negative impact of fear and doubt
from the opposition's media campaigns

with

the positive impact of positive expectations about the future
from our own efforts to inform each other.

20% Support
for universal health care,
Improved Medicare for All

Negative Emotions about the Future
such as fear and/or doubt

ESTABLISHED BY THE OPPOSITION
SPENDING
HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
ON COSTLY MEDIA CAMPAIGNS

... spent communicating about the fiction of
"government-controlled" health care



Support Level: about 20%
for Improved
Medicare for All

80% Support
for universal health care,
Improved Medicare for All

Positive Enthusiasm about the Future


ESTABLISHED BY INDIVIDUAL AMERICANS
SPENDING
TIME AND EFFORT ON
EDUCATING OURSELVES AND OTHERS

... spent communicating about
the incredibly positive results of
simple, efficient, cost-effective
universal health care,
improved Medicare for All

Support Level: about 80%
for Improved
Medicare for All


The support level will grow to 80% and higher with your help. Millions of informed citizens communicating will have more power than the opposition's lobbyists and media.

Actions of Corporations’ Money
… controlling opinions by people being impacted by their emotional reactions to propaganda





Result: Politicians (now) THINK that they need
to worry about DOLLARS from CORPORATE DONORS.
Actions of People’s Time and Effort
… supporting and reinforcing common sense opinions
... by people becoming informed by learning the facts, getting their individual questions and concerns answered, and learning of the testimonials of Americans who live and work in other free-market countries
... by people communicating via the Million Letters for Health Care Campaign; select Sign Up

Results: Politicians (will) KNOW that they need
to worry about VOTES from the CITIZEN VOTERS.

They will then worry about how solidly they can be supportive of universal health care and get the votes of the people.
Campaigns in opposition,
presenting a negative view.


Result:
Americans fearing universal health care
See Influence of Corporations, below.
Universal health care movement educational efforts,
such as the Million Letters for Health Care Campaign,
presenting a positive view of Improved Medicare for All

Result:
Americans embracing universal health care.
... and becoming involved in communicating to the U.S. Congress
See Influence of individual Americans, below

Influence of Corporations

Direct Influence on Ballot Proposals: examples of the demonstrated direct influence on the collective opinion of Americans, where the spending of money to influence public opinion was directly targeted to each state:

20% Support. The stunning defeats of the following two state health care ballot proposals were roughly 80% in opposition against the people’s own best interests!

Oregon experience in November 2002 (Measure 23)
California experience in November 1994 (Proposition 186).

Indirect Influence on Polls and Events: examples of the results of strong corporate media campaigns throughout the year 2009. This was an indirect influence, because the following two activities were not directly targeted.

Facebook poll in 2009. over 150,000 votes (69%) against universal health care.

Mad As Hell Doctors’ Activity: a private investment of much time, money and effort. This tour across the United States in the fall of 2009 resulted in a “modest rally” in Washington, D.C., according to the news reporting by those reporters who were monitoring the activity the closest.

 

Influence of Individual Americans Informing Other Americans

We Americans need to inform each other and invite each other to sign up.

See an example of results where Americans are clearly informing each other: Massachusetts.

The average person in other free-market countries:

  • lives longer
  • has less pain and suffering due to preventable causes
  • has no worries about ever receiving a major medical bill
  • will not go bankrupt or lose their home, and does not suffer any of the long list of hardships that millions of Americans have suffered and are suffering that are directly caused by major medical bills.

Millions of Informed Citizens Communicating:
More Power Than the Opposition's Lobbyists and the Media


 

Additional Information

Oregon experience: the influence of corporate media campaigns on Americans’ opinions

 

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