Drugmakers Vowed to Campaign for Health Law, Memos Show

May 31, 2012 | Posted by: Jim R Pickens | Full story: www.bloomberg.com

Drugmakers led by Pfizer Inc. agreed to run a "very significant public campaign" bankrolling political support for the 2010 health-care law, including TV ads, while the Obama administration promised to block provisions opposed by drugmakers, documents released by Republicans show.

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May 31, 2012
 
Obama is in bed with the big pharmaceutical companies making concessions to gain their support at the expense of everyday Americans.
No different with the unions and green energy companies.
They all sleep around

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Jun 3, 2012
 
Just like Boehner and the Tbaggers are in bed with the Chamber of Communists and the Club You for Growth. And all their others. No different.
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Jun 3, 2012
 
The use of drugs to control a populace and keep them shallow and hazed in their perceptions has been the mainstay of the Democrat Party since the 70s. Too many people have fallen victim to the Democrat promise that a bureaucracy can take care of you better than yourself. Thus, drugs to counteract the contraindications of a drug used to counteract the contraindications of another drug used to hook you into reliance on legal and illegal drugs instead of your own character and strength is evident in the Democrat machine as much as pushing fake remedies for the economy.

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