Friday, November 19, 2004

Re-Importation Incongruity

One of the arguments for re-importation of prescription drugs is that Americans should not have to pay such high prices for these life saving drugs. On its face, it may be a good argument. It strikes me as incongruous that the same political party that is arguing this position is the same one that argues that we should not have abandoned The Kyoto Treaty, at least in part, because developed countries like the US can afford to bear the higher costs it imposes. The same is true for the position of those on the right, of course.
Washington, the ultimate argument in the alternative.


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