Monday, November 12, 2012

Who Are the REAL Drug Addicts?

The USA marijuana smokers spend 10-40 billion a year on pot?

The amount of money we spend on booze each year is around 90 Billion dollars.

But us Americans spend at least 300 BILLION a year on prescription drugs, many which do harm, since the FDA is an adjunct of Big Pharma, who got a law called the "Prescription Drug User Fee Act" passed in 1992 that allows the pharmaceutical industry to buy off the FDA.


Americans spend around 2.7 TRILLION a year on healthcare, yet we have a terrible set up that is increasingly getting out of financial reach for many people.

Yet we rank #37 in healthcare rankings on the planet.

Paying too much money for an inferior product?

Sounds like drug addiction to me.

3 comments:

BuelahMan said...

And it is about to get a whole lot more expensive, while shuttling life expectancy and healthcare rankings to third world type numbers.

The only logical conclusion is to continue and expand sickcare profits and get rid of a bunch of people.

Jody Paulson said...

I think the real addicts, the ones that do the most harm, are what Mike Rivero calls the "money junkies."

No amount of money is ever enough for them, and they'll steal from children and elderly alike until they're sick, homeless and starving -- in fact they do, on a regular basis.

Greg Bacon said...

Yep, they're going to eliminate a bunch of us 'useless eaters' so the rich can have more.

About 500 Million slaves would be enough to keep them living like royalty.

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