Prescription drug B.S.

Jim jnantz2 at 216-19-216-108.GETNET.NET
Wed Jan 19 21:42:51 MST 2005

How is this different than any other company that's involved in some
philanthropic endeavor?

In 08 vote for a crook you can trust.
Del Boy for President.

On Wed, 19 Jan 2005, Stephen A. Frye wrote:

> >
> >Why is this hard to believe?  A kid has a lemonade stand.  For every 10
> >glasses of lemonade he sells he earns enough profit to cover the expenses
> >of three more glasses.  In other words he sells 10 glasses of lemonade and
> >takes in enough money to buy the stuff to make 13.  The kid takes some of
> >his profit and uses it to cover the cost of a glass of lemonade he gives
> >to a kid for free.
> Thus the folks that paid are covering the cost of the freebies.
> >The drug company profits come from the sale of the drugs they make.  They
> >use some of those profits to cover the cost of the drugs they give away
> >for free to people who cannot afford them.  Lots of companies are involved
> >in various philanthropic endeavors.  The money they use for these
> >philanthropic endeavors comes from the profits generated by whatever it is
> >they sell.
> See above.

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