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  • Date: 7/27/17 1:01 PM
  • Number: 2168549
  • Recommendations: 0
Because they bargain?

You are opposed to bargaining?


Setting a price ceiling isn't bargaining. I'd think that would be obvious.

Drug companies need to recoup something for the enormous development costs
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  • Date: 7/27/17 11:59 AM
  • Number: 2168537
  • Recommendations: 1
Do you believe all of the foreign drug manufacturers would stop developing new drugs if they could no longer gouge the US customers?


Why do you believe that everything is free in life?

If you don't like being
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  • Date: 7/27/17 10:40 AM
  • Number: 2168518
  • Recommendations: 1
When no one pays there are no new drugs. I would think that's obvious.
  • Date: 7/27/17 10:38 AM
  • Number: 2168517
  • Recommendations: 1
Heh. Wait until liberal atheists start in on them.
  • Date: 7/26/17 4:00 PM
  • Number: 160668
  • Recommendations: 5
Since Sam Nunn retired, there is not one Democrat I would consider voting for president. Not only have they gone extreme left, they're becoming downright fascist.

Trump was not my first choice...or second...or even third, though I

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  • Date: 7/26/17 12:59 PM
  • Number: 2168403
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Tee, hee. Define "liberal".

They just haven't gone head-to-head with other victim groups yet.
  • Date: 7/26/17 12:51 PM
  • Number: 2168402
  • Recommendations: 1
Warrl nailed it.

Drug costs are price-controlled in Canada and elsewhere. We (the US consumer) essentially subsidize the rest of the world's prescription drugs. That has to stop, and stop now via action in the WTO. Let the
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  • Date: 7/25/17 4:44 PM
  • Number: 2168249
  • Recommendations: 1
I don't understand why some people would go without insurance, no matter how young and healthy they may be.

Couple of reasons. Some folks are just generally healthy and don't think they need insurance at all. I'm not
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  • Date: 7/25/17 4:04 PM
  • Number: 2168230
  • Recommendations: 1
Sure. But there are about 22 million people who buy individual-market insurance policies under the ACA. A little more than half of them, or about 11 million people, buy them in the exchanges. So the ~3 million people (which is a rough estimate of
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  • Date: 7/25/17 2:36 PM
  • Number: 2168201
  • Recommendations: 1
Sure. That's the case with lots of collective action situations. Lots of things only work if everybody participates.


Then if that's the case, the explicit goal is subsidizing others. NOT on the primary function of
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