The Meaning Of Trust
Stanley Feld M.D.,FACP,MACE
Trust is a big five letter word.
a : assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, integrity or truth of someone or something
b : one in which confidence is placed
2 a : dependence on something future or contingent : hope
Thanksgiving is a time of giving thanks for all we have to be grateful for.
This Thanksgiving the majority of Americans do not trust President Obama.
Suddenly there is an awareness that most of us were mislead on many of his policies.
The biggest mistrust resulted from his signature legislation, Obamacare.
Americans have also been programed by television and their digital devices to have a short attention span.
We become easily distracted.
Overloading us with incongruous facts that have nothing to do with our livelihood causes us to forget these details quickly.
On this Thanksgiving we should be grateful that we have the freedom to put the facts together to give them coherent meaning.
In short, our President and our government officials have lied to us for the last 5 years. The goal was a government take over of our lives.
Americans are finally paying attention as their livelihoods and healthcare coverage are being threatened.
President Obama has lost the trust of the American people.
The details of this erosion of President Obama’s trustworthiness is demonstrated by the following You Tubes.
1. The lack of privacy and avoidance of HIPA Compliance is pointed out in this congressional hearing. The traditional media has not covered this important confession. The testimony emphasizes his disregard of a promise of privacy by President Obama.
2. This video puts every promise and lie into historical perspective. It is worthwhile viewing to the entire video
3. The following video is a navigator explaining credit risks and the insurance companies deciding to admit people to Obamacare after they have applied.
Please start at 9 minutes and 55 seconds into the You Tube.
4. The last video is called “Obamacare Is The Biggest Swindle Ever.” This is nothing people do not know.
However it is a good memory stimulator. Everyone remembers the quote “You can fool me once, you can fool me twice, etc.”
On this Thanksgiving we should be thankful for our freedoms. We should be thankful for our freedom to think and our freedom to express ourselves.
Even though the first amendment has taken a beating in the last 5 years it is surviving.
We must be thankful we live in a country that is run by government of the people, by the people and for the people.
We must appreciate our power as individuals.
We must recognize which government officials have done the people wrong.
At this time we must exercise the power of our vote to get rid of them and elect surrogates who will run the government for the people and not surrogate who want to control the people.
President Obama has relinquished our faith in bestowing our trust in him as our surrogate.
His attempts at talking his way out of the mistrust is only making the mistrust worse.
The opinions expressed in the blog “Repairing The Healthcare System” are, mine and mine alone
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