What policy changes would allow big pharma drugs to be affordable while retaining “fairness” in allowing companies to recuperate billion-…

Answer by Kris Rosvold:

In addition to Lorelie Longs' good answer…

The USA is the only nation in the world to have a law which not only prohibits our elder care system from negotiating drug and durable medical equipment costs (aka mandates that the US Medicare system pays pie in the sky List Prices for everything), it mandates that Medicare can't even track potential cost savings for the Nation (and Citizens) by negotiating those costs.

Thanks for nothing, Shrub and Obummer!!

Step the first: Remove this B.S. law!!

Step the second: Fire, with extreme prejudice (and repeated applications of tar and feathers), every single Congresscritter who voted to pass it!

Step the third: Write a Constitutional Amendment to make it crystal clear that only People have any Rights regarding Our campaign finance processes, and that while corporations may be made up of people, they are not , in themselves, people in any sense of the word and Ram that Amendment down the collective throats of Our bribed and treasonous Congresscritters.

http://movetoamend.nationbuilder.com/petition

This last is in process, and I truly hope it portends a new Era of Citizen Activism in dragging Our Congresscritters (kicking and screaming bloody murder though they may) back to the valid limits upon government powers laid out by Our Constitution as Ammended.

Motion to Amend the US Constitution ~ Sign the Petition

We, the People of the United States of America, reject the U.S. Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling and other related cases, and move to amend Our Constitution to firmly establish that money is not speech, and that human beings, not corporations, are persons entitled to constitutional rights.

What policy changes would allow big pharma drugs to be affordable while retaining "fairness" in allowing companies to recuperate billion-…

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