posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 12:31 AM
reply to post by jrmcleod
The question should not be why, but the question should behow
Your post is strong, to the point, and well written. You pose as a voice for what millions think. So I ask you, what ideas do you have that we can
Problems are meant to be fixed. Why dont they get fixed? Because we cant answer =how= to fix them. Sure, we can sit here amongst ourselves, and say
"The government needs to do this, change that." We know they wont. That has been proven for decades. We could join hundreds of websites, like a
hundred facebook postings, vote, bitch n moan that our leaders suck. In the end tho- there is a good chance nothing has changed.
So HOW do we help. How do we change things.
Maybe a good first step is to find the root of the problems. No- not the President. The root. Where do these problems originate from.
Take for instance, from your list, flouride. So much research has gone into flouride. Hec- my orthodontist wrote a book about it. The stuff is very
bad for us in excess (at all for that matter). Yet, the simple habit of buying toothpaste, mouthwash, prescription drugs (the list is huge) that
contain flouride, simply allows it to go unchanged. Get 100 million to stop using it. Refuse to buy anything from these companies that manufacture
products that use excess amound of the stuff. Dont stop there. Get on TV. Get on radio. Do a million man march surrounding the manufacturing
buildings. If there is one thing that companies hate, its bad publicity. (If any of you disagree about flouride, fine, I dont care, not in this post
anyways. As this is not the point of my reply)
Just one idea, for one problem. Would this work? We dont know. Sure beats typin about it on here tho.
Anywho- I hope to see more posts from you. Got the heart- just need the knowhow