The Health Care Reform Workshop was a bust. Not only did no-one show, I received absolutely no contacts or interest in the program.
Health care is the single most important issue of our generation. If we do not find a way to restore free market health care, the rest of our freedoms will simply vanish.
But, in five years of actively searching, I have been unable to find a anyone (within 500 miles of Salt Lake) interested in even talking about free market health care.
But, Utah is Utah. Maybe there are people outside Utah interested in the subject.
I am once again thinking that the only way to find people willing to discuss free market health care reform is to leave this pathetic anti-freedom state.
I learned that this this week marks the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. So, I decided to wax poetic with today's lament.
A hundred and fifty years ago this week, President Abraham Lincoln visited the scene of the Gettysburg Battle field and asked rhetorically if any nation conceived in Liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal could long endure.
Sadly, it appears that the age old dream of liberty will disappear within my generation, and there is absolutely nothing I can do about it.
The one and only way that Americans could defend health freedom is if people spoke about health freedom. If no-0ne is even willing to discuss the subject, then the issue is lost and lsot and perhaps lost forever.