I'm fighting for my survival, my home and my life. If ever a story was worth hearing, my would be, but not because I'm special, but because I'm severely disabled and what affects me can affect other severely disabled.
So, in that contest I'll share if asked.
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The great humanitarian America is just not the case.
Americans have been fighting for Human and Civil Rights since the dawn of ages and were still fighting for dignity, to be accepted as equals, to be treated fairly, and yes, to be treated special, because our plight is serious and difficult.
Yet we don’t ask of others to feel sorry for us or even care about who we are as a person, just don’t try and kill us because were severely disabled by creating county or state or government codes, statues or regulations that cripple our existence.
To truly understand, to truly know of the plight, the difficulties of struggling to survive, comes only from within the hearts and minds of folks that create codes, statutes and regulations.
Without consideration of the special needs and plight of a severely disabled person(s), enacting codes, statutes and regulations can hinder the survival of us all.
If only severely disabled had voices loud enough to make President Trump hear my words, at time in history when Americans elected officials refuse to take notice.
Soon though, Oregon elected officials will be forced to sound off.
My story affects an estimated 300 severely disabled, disabled, in-firmed and elderly in 6 Oregon Counties:
Thank you for joining the site and posting a really emotionally well written post. And thank you for your service to your Country. I hope Trump gets off his high horse and listens and reads what you have to say but sadly I doubt he will because he only listens and reads anything to do with himself or with his own name in!! Please keep posting as your posts are very emotional and interesting to read.