Who thinks they understand Barack Obama’s Health Care Reform initiative?
It doesn’t take much thought to see that President Barack Obama is trying to change the way health care works in the U.S. And with full disclosure that I’m a fan and a supporter, I feel compelled to state that the great man has yet to put forth a “plan”. That’s not the point of this post.
The point is that today Republican National Committee Chairman Steele has accused President Obama of having a plan that “is socialism”, which is just the beginning of my problem with his words (and by the way, at the end of the day, whenever that is, there sure will be some socialistic traits to whatever “plan” emerges).
The big problem is this: for all the rhetoric being tossed around about how Barack Obama’s Health Care Reform Plan has one problem or another, what I don’t see anyone doing is offering—or even attempting to offer—viable alternatives.
This is a business change blog, friends, so despite Health Care Reform seeming to be the topic under discussion, what I’m really saying is much more broad. Ready?
Do Not Point Out a Problem Unless You Also Point Out Its Solution.
Carry that one with you. Carry it to Washington D.C. if it’s your bent, but carry it everywhere.
President Barack Obama, I know you’re listening. Now everyone else, whether you are trying to reform Health Care or something else . . . it’s about solutions, not problems.