Save me from the drug dealers!
Last week over $70 million in prescription medicines were robbed from a Libby pharmaceutical warehouse in Hartford, CT.
I imagine that’s about 100 pills.
The thieves were right to avoid banks and focus on our international drug industry, which is bleeding us dry – all with the blessing of most of our politicians. Even our most esteemed senator has his ads paid by pharmaceutical industries while protecting us with his health care program. Insurance agencies are not the problem, only the conduit of this unbelievable theft of the American people. One pill produce by Pfizer costs $30, which our insurance company has to pay, while the exact medicine can be bought online from reputable industries abroad for 50 cents. Even the Food and Drug Administration is part of the robbery since they forbid the purchase of those medicines on the Internet. I have written to them and they declare the 17-year patent regulation prohibits the sale to American consumers. Their government bureaucrats did not leave their names on correspondence.
We are facing drug dealers, who will never be affected by any health care limitation on our insurance companies. They own our government. I applaud the the robbery of that Libby pharmaceutical warehouse. I can only conclude that I too want to send my resume to those thieves if they’re reading this letter.