Prescription drug B.S.

Stephen A. Frye s.frye at VERIZON.NET
Sun Jan 16 16:49:23 MST 2005

I agree that this was generous.  However, aren't the rest of paying for
your drugs in this case?

At 10:07 PM 1/15/2005, you wrote:
>You've heard about those evil drug companies right?  The ones who want the
>poor people to die because they can't afford to pay.  The same ones the
>libs want you to believe should be put out of business.
>Let me tell you about my experience with one of them.  Recently the doctor
>told me I need a particular drug.  The cost to fill the prescription is
>more than I've got.  The doctor gave me a form to fill out and send to the
>company that makes the drug.  All I had to send in was the prescription,
>completed form and proof of my lack of income.  This was last week.  Today
>I got a letter back from the evil drug company.  Below I'll include the
>first sentence from the letter this evil drug company sent me.
>"Pfizer is happy to provide medicines free of charge to patients who
>cannot afford to pay and do not have prescription coverage."
>The letter goes on to say the drug will be sent to my doctor's office and
>that he will call when it has arrived.  At that point I can go to his
>office and collect it.
>That's an evil drug company all right.
>In 08 vote for a crook you can trust.
>Del Boy for President.

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