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Watching MSNBC right now: prescription drug users to require out of pocket for every purchase
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 961432:MV8yMTIxNDczXzM1NzkwMzU5X0IzQkVDMkY1] What bubbles are left that the elite can actively game and make obscene profits leaving the inevitable devastation for society to pay? Obviously one such bubble are the boomers, they will need medical care, and increasingly medications are offered in lieu of any genuine care/knowledge of treatment. Big pharma is getting bigger and cost controls are coming, i.e. monopolies allowing for cost scalping. Is there any more obvious reason for .gov wanting to control the internet and an individuals ability to circumnavigate traditional channels to obtain medication they may need or want? It all about control, monopolies and ever increasing leverage/price inflation. In addition to unbiased information, they don't want YOU to be able to get affordable or even cheaper drugs via on line sources. . [/quote]
What the man just said on T.V. is that Obamacare is going to require out of pocket payment for every prescription drug obtained. The amount is based on social security number and level of aid.
Now it breaks to commercial.
Hrm, anyone else catch that? I take two now, a thyroid and sleeping one.
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