THE POSITIVE EFFECTS ON HEALTHCARE
The USA Plan will bring HealthCare into the 21st Century.
The USA Plan will eventually enable Americans to pay for their own healthcare. They will be wealthy enough to pay their doctors and hospitals directly or pay for comprehensive medical coverage. However, before retirement, workers will have to rely on their politicians and providers to stabilize the near-term healthcare market.
In the long run, the USA Plan will have a positive effect. Knowing there is a “pot of gold” at retirement will encourage many to be healthy enough to enjoy the luxuries of their own wealth. In turn, we should see a substantial decrease in sickness due to overindulgence; and a clear increase in fitness.
Eliminating the need to save for retirement and old-age medical care will reduce stress for everyone. Stress accounts for many of today’s ills.
It is anticipated that the USA Plan will also give hope to millions of Americans knowing they will achieve the “American Dream of Financial Independence”.
In turn, we anticipate the USA Plan will eventually reduce crime and incarceration by eliminating financial hurdles. These and many other benefits should do wonders for the health of Americans.
We can change the way we protect America. Modernizing our Military, Intelligence, Police, and FBI can reduce Crime, Poverty, and Stress.
We can change the way we build our Transportation Systems, Electrical Grid, and our Government buildings.
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