Personal Narrative: My Vision For America

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My Vision for America There are billions of people in the world. They all have different visions of America. Some want flying cars, some want loads of money, some just want justice. My vison, however, is different. My vision for America is equality, better Medicare, and freedom. “All men are created equal” is what’s stated in the Declaration of Independence. That, however, is nowhere near accurate. June 26, 2015, Congress finally passed the law of Gay Marriage in all 50 states. If all men are created equal, then why in the world did it take a law to make that statement true? Homosexuals deserve just as much as heterosexuals. The Declaration of Independence was signed July 4, 1776. The first gay right organization wasn’t formed till 1897. That’s over 100 years. There’s nothing more that this world needs than equality. If everyone had equality, America would be such a better place. There would be an enormous decrease in suicides. LGBT teens and young adults have one of the highest rates of suicide attempts. America needs equality; it needs peace. …show more content…

Every day, people are getting denied full coverage of health insurance because they can’t afford it. It’s not our faults that we can’t afford to provide insurance on ourselves, better yet our families. Veterans are suffering from PTSD and their families can’t afford to get them the help they need. Almost 31 percent of Vietnam veterans, 10 percent of Gulf War (Desert Storm) veterans, and 11 percent of veterans of the war in Afghanistan suffer from PTSD. No one takes PTSD seriously, so no one thinks they need to cover it on insurance. My granddad, for example, is a veteran. My granddad suffered tremendously from war, but yet, my granny and granddad couldn’t afford to get him the help he needed because no one wanted to take on a veteran from war. America needs better Medicare, it’s almost

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