This is a letter that was submitted to NAMI aka the National Alliance on Mental Illness this day of our Lord - February 9, 2011. I do not think I will get a response because I haven't before in regard to this or other complaints of lobbying types of letters, but....
This is one of those "same time next year' things. (sigh)
|Stacks and stacks and stacks of files...|
Message recipients were:
Congresswoman Charleta Tavares
Governor John Kasich
"Ohio was the victim of massive embezzlement and mismanagement for years. Sadly, mental health coverage in the poverty sectors are not there and not as good as mental health treatment that exists in the insurance covered population.
Columbus, Ohio and other cities had federal shutdowns. To date, Eddie Bauer reports being ripped off, Kimberly Clark reported beings ripped off, police from these entities reported being railroaded and never paid for police hub roles, because a 'joker' decided that people in the police agent areas, who were not in line with whatever political 'breeze' was coming through were supposed to be mentally ill and apply for SSI (Social Security) funding to deplete the Social Security finds for all..
In addition to this, "apparently', based on rhetoric heard in the intelligence
|The Woman With The Golden Apple|
as opposed to
The Man with the Golden Voice
aka "Ted Williams" - a black mentally ill man
who was a prior convict
I became such a battery victim and had no choice in the matter. I then became a victim of hate crime, because crooks were trying to protect an embezzlement linkup. My development project is "The Indigo Drum". Crooks decided that this was something that they wanted to get ahold of to use as a money laundering well. The point is that because of mental illness and corruption, there is very little that people can really do or be , because in certain states this culture was not only present but exasperated: "Damned if you do, Damned if you don't" - in regard to many things. The result of being stuck in such a pickle is this - the generation of another mental illness which is not adequately being treated in the population: "Depression".
While we know that you have tough decisions to make about the budget, indiscriminate cuts to mental health funding inevitably lead to higher costs in the future. Funding mental health services on a timely basis helps improve personal well being and public safety.
Thank you for your careful attention to this urgent letter."