What would this country be like if our politicians stopped being politicians?

Can you even in your wildest dreams imagine the beauty, riches, health and well-being of every person, place and thing all over Indian Country, if our counties, towns, cities, states and the country officials actually did the job that they were elected to do?

My God, even if they did the jobs that they promised as political candidates, how great our lives would be?

This in a nut shell, is what any True, Traditional, leader of a real Native American Tribe means when they say,

“Old Ways”!

Regardless of your political beliefs and what you have been reading about or how much you hate Mitt Romney, Bill or Hillary Clinton and our president and many still do.

If the Affordable Healthcare system stayed true to what each wanted it to become, by now at the very least, in spite of crying doctors, dentists and hospitals, everyone would have better, less expensive insurance coverage and the three crying the most would still be making lots of money!

Obama: 8 million signed up for health care


In a sharp rebuke to his political opponents, Obama called out states that have refused to embrace an expansion of Medicaid under “Obamacare,” arguing that their opposition was rooted in nothing more than sheer ideology and political spite.

“That’s wrong. It should stop,” he said. “Those folks should be able to get health insurance like everybody else.”

Although the first year’s open enrollment season for the exchanges closed on March 31, the administration is still tallying the number of total enrollees. States managing their own exchanges have been slower to report data, and some Americans who started applications before the deadline were given extra time to complete their enrollment.

The demographic figures also give Democrats an opportunity to blunt the pessimism of Republicans, some of whom have accused the White House of “cooking the books” by announcing large overall enrollment numbers that tell only part of the story.

“They still can’t bring themselves to admit that the Affordable Care Act is working,” Obama said. “The longer we see the law benefiting millions of people, the more we see accusations that the law is hurting people being completely debunked.”

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