We are relatively new to this country. The population numbered less than 70,000 in 1970 but now over a million of us contribute to the economy and the diversity of this country. The US health care system is neither designed to include all Americans, nor could it evolve to become inclusive for immigrants if left alone. Rather than trying to patch up the tattered cloth that had never fit to start with, we need to contribute to the making of the new garb, starting from the fundamental weaving of the fabric. U.S. is our home and we need to contribute to making this country livable for us and those who come after us. We all - churches, clinics, businesses, community organizations, schools, adults, children, old and young - need to come together to mount an effective movement toward reform.