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“The (Affordable Care Act) represents a dramatic transformation in the fortunes of pharmaceutical companies in what is the world’s largest market for prescription drugs,” said Joshua Owide, head of GlobalData’s industry dynamics team in a statement to Forbes.”

http://www.forbes.com/sites/brucejapsen/2013/05/25/obamacare-will-bring-drug-industry-35-billion-in-profits/?partner=yahootix

This $35 billion in ADDITIONAL PROFIT will work against aggregate demand and is nothing more than pure waste compared to a policy of Medicare/caid for all with a sensible plan to provide the program's drugs. The government incurs this additional "profit" cost but it provides nothing in terms of goods and services to the 99%. It is Profit - it goes to the 1%. In fact it puts pressure on the 99%'s economy to perform worse than it already is.

Using the countries resources for you and parties own gain isn't the same thing as offering the 99% a representative government that results in a good society.

END OBAMACARE IN FAVOR OF MEDICAID/CARE FOR ALL - STOP THE WASTE. OBAMACARE WAS WRITTEN BY SPECIAL INTEREST FOR SPECIAL INTEREST AT THE TAXPAYER'S EXPENSE.

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