The President of the United States has many responsibilities and roles. A role of the President is to be the Chief Legislator. In this role, the President has to influence Congress in making bills, sign bills into laws, and veto bills.
As the President, I want to make America better by creating easy access to health care for all Americans. I am going to work with Congress to provide easy access to health care at an affordable price for all citizens of America.
Dear Congress, I believe that creating easy access to health care for all Americans will help Americans live long and healthy lives. I think that more hospitals should be built, so that all citizens of America can drive there cars to hospital 15-20 minutes at the maximum away from their homes and insurance should pay over 50% of the cost for procedures at hospitals.
Mr. President, the Senate and House of Representatives have sent you the following bill: All U.S. citizens must live near a hospital that they can drive to in less than 20 minutes. If they can't drive to a hospital in less than 20 minutes, a hospital will be built within an appropriate distance. Insurance will have to pay at least 5% of the total cost of a medical procedure. If insurance doesn't pay this sum, the insurance will be fined $50.
I am going to veto this bill and explain that this bill does not fully represent my vision for Americans having easy and affordable access to health care.
As President, I want to ensure that citizens of America live healthy lives. I will continue to veto/reject this bill unless insurance will pay over 50% of the total cost for medical procedures and will be fined $5,000. I will not sign this bill if insurance will only pay 5% of the total cost of a medical procedure.