Problem isn't the drug companies, it insurance. Why, because we employees have
clomred for cheap prescriptions in our medical plans, it costs us $5 so we use
them like candy. It's like going to an all you can eat smorgasboard, who pays
the full fair and just eats a little. Plus you try new foods, if you don't
like, you toss em aside and get something else. We've clamored so long about
everbody should be able to afford healthcare, it's getting to be that only those
employed for a company with good benifits can. Only until we allow the free
market to reign, will costs come back in line. That means it that every user
should feel the cost of going to a dr, getting a test or a prescription. If you
don't feel it in you wallet, you won't ask if it's necessary or frivilous.
I guess you don't see the difference between a true recreational drug user
and someone who becomes addicted to a powerful drug in the course of
treating an illness. For example, I have more sympathy for someone who gets
addicted to morphine while trying to manage pain than for someone else who
thinks it's fun to shoot heroin.
And in case you want to try to turn this around on me, I've never used
illicit drugs of any kind. I was even too scared of getting addicted to
cigarettes while I was growing up to try them.
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