To all of you negative thinkers who have posted on this very important pharmaceutical issue, where
millions are dying without their prescriptions because they can’t afford them here is your answer:
Sen Sanders, whether you like him or not, is trying to do something positive for millions of people
who die every year because they cannot afford their prescriptions. He is a hard-working, knowledgeable
Senator, and unlike you he is working on the inside, well aware of the TPP, which he was against,
well aware of the problems and possibilities that are in front of us. But he is the only person willing
to fight with like-minded people such as the Nurses, who are supporting Sen. Sanders efforts with
The Nurses see diabetic patients admitted to hospitals with elevated glucose levels because they couldn’t
fill their meds; for instance, insulin has doubled and tripled in price; coronary patients have the same
problems with filling scripts for meds and especially need drugs to prevent blood clots in a new stent.
Many must go to ER, absent their meds, if they don’t die first from a heart attack or stroke.
Who is helping them right now ?.. no one running for President. So Bernie is taking on the challenge
just like he did in Colorado with ColoradoCare, a single payer plan that could replace Obamacare,
and if their proposition is passed this election day upcoming, it could open the door for other states.
But I am sure some of you posted above my post will find a problem with ColoradoCare as well,
and probably because Bernie Sanders is supporting it. That seems to be an underlying reason
with SOME of you. Don’t attack Bernie, open your mouths to the person you are voting for who is
probably doing nothing … and they don’t have to be elected President t o d a y to support a good
cause. Isn’t it time we all worked together to save lives?
Dr. Jill Stein, who obviously has been a doctor for years, , sees what is happening with PHARMA;
here is her chance to join in with Sen. Sanders and bring attention to what she full well knows is true
about the high cost of medications. Dr. Stein did not hesitate to join Bernie at the Democratic Convention
when it served her purpose; where is she now? She is well part of the medical field and aware of
all of the above, but where are the drs. such as herself? They are enjoying bloated salaries and
have two and three offices, not just one. What better person than Dr. Stein to come out
strongly for this Prop. 61 in California and bring some of her doctor friends with her. But I
I have noticed that she talks a good game about health care but is not aggressive and does not
take chances like Bernie Sanders. She may be a nice person but I NOW see a weak candidate.
We can attack people such as Bernie Sanders who is trying, and will probably succeed with
his power to get Prop. 61 passed, and we can join the National Nurses United who are all in
with Sanders, or we can whine about it and do nothing.
Californians are doing something about it and I wish them and Bernie Sanders well.