Persuasive Speech On Health Care

I am proud to have been elected by you and excited to accomplish your desires. I have just received two bills revolving around National Health Care that have the potential to revolutionize the quality of life we have come to expect. The Second World War has ended and the United States will be receiving the spoils of war from the defeated countries. This means that even with falling income tax rates, this bill can still be funded. The 1930 's were wrought with terrible diseases and ailments that were difficult to treat and cost you more money than you had. With this new bill, I hope to reduce those medical costs and improve there effectiveness through government owned medical research facilities to combat the greatest threats to our health …show more content…
Viral infections such as Polio kill many Americans every year in cruel ways. In the past couple decades huge advancements have been made in combating infection all around the world. The US has fallen behind in the medical frontier, but with this facility operational I firmly believe we can begin to lead the way in vaccinations and treatments for all manner of diseases. There are so many unknowns in the infectious world that we need to research in order to further our nations health. This facility will benefit us not only from the understanding of cures and treatments, but will also serve as a place that can provide information to the masses if an outbreak occurs. This location can also advise how to contain any outbreaks to stop them from becoming out of hand as they have in other countries throughout …show more content…
In this other bill it is suggested we focus more on the quantity of Americans effected rather than the quality of care received. This idea of a national health plan would not only be far more expensive in my opinion, but would also hold back our progressive research that we could accomplish with the plan that I have supported above. In addition to the extra funding that it would need, it would also dilute the pool of doctors that could be improving themselves, but instead they are content with treating hoards of those with the cold rather than researching the more deadly sicknesses. The bill that I support would also supply Americans with jobs, not just additional research positions, but all so construction and maintenance jobs for the average American. Not everyone can afford medical school, but most Americans looking for work with their hands could be implemented, especially with all of the downsizing from munitions factories now that the war has ended. Lastly I believe that by creating a medical haven with the most well trained physicians in the world through our research facilities, the United States will improve our economic standing as a

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