Whoever becomes the Next President of the United States is going to have to deal with so many different New and Old serious issues that are going on with our nation.
Not only is it going to deal with the big issue of the Iraq war which created a very destructive way of doing things by President Bush, but there is a whole lot more issues out there and not a lot of money to go about it. That is why there is called a Budget and even the Governments of the world including the United States have to budget.
Budgeting is very hard and very difficult to keep up even for an individual budgeting their own money.
It is true we cause our own problems when we don’t budget right, in fact even governments like the United States get themselves into jams because of poor budgeting.
I have the most difficult with it as well because there is a lot of tempting things to do with your money that you want, but not necessarily stuff you need.
Besides what is going on Internationally including the Iraq War, there are also a lot more domestic issues that need to be addressed. I feel that a president should first go through and help domestic issues before addressing international issues.
For Instance, there is an issue about Autism Spectrum Disorders that are on the rise and the government needs to fund organizations to help the increasing number of people who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is NOT and epidemic, it is just a life that we need to deal with.
Also, Second issue number 2, is that colleagues all over in Ultrasound are suffering greatly especially in the community of Vascular Ultrasound. Why is that the government reimburses more money for an echocardiogram than for any of the other procedures involved in ultrasound. There are some procedures that people don’t even get paid at all in vein mappings. If you look at the statistics, an echocardiogram takes a much shorter amount of time to perform from a venous duplex to check for DVT or a noninvasive physiologic exam. The point is that the number of people getting older is increasing with the number of people who smoked and still smoke cigarettes. This fact also increases the fact that people are losing their circulation more in their arteries.
The government goes through a statistic that the # 1 killer in america is a heart attack. yes, that is true, but don’t decrease reimbursement in any of ultrasound especially in a noninvasive physiologic study or a venous duplex or even not paying for a vein mapping because their are many tech’s out there are breaking their backs trying to get tests done.
All of ultrasound should be untouched in reimbursement because work is being done and I feel that money should be cut given to government officials not cutting money to ultrasound, autism spectrum disorder issues especially with the adult population, and many many other issues domestically that people are suffering from within businesses. What happened to the hardworking american who got his money?
The question is: Who works harder and deserves the money more?
This is a very controversial issue involved in the domestic united states and even all over the world, Who works harder and deserves the money more?
Many people feel that they deserve the money more because they feel they are the ones working very hard. I will tell you this: Life is about working hard and being rewarded for that piece of work whether in money or rewarded by the eternal one when we die and go to the kingdom of heaven. So there should be no complaining because someday whether you are rewarded with money or rewarded in the kingdom of heaven, you will be rewarded. Anyone else who doesn’t do much will not be rewarded at all.
Anyway, sometimes we have to be patient with our own self-worth and in time be rewarded.