He displays little understanding of running a business, profits, compensation and most significantly he relies on survey results as if they are facts.
“Can’t afford to fill their prescriptions?” In relationship to what other spending? (As I have said before).
If you ask anyone if they can afford to spend money on health care of any kind, the answer is likely to be no. That’s human nature. Spending on virtually anything other than health care always comes first. That’s just the way it is.
Profits are bad – greed? Tell that to retirees who live off investments. It seems Sen Sanders has little understanding of the working of our economy.
We need to address the cost of prescription drugs from start to finish – seriously looking at all the components of the process, not by yelling greed or focusing on inflammatory rhetoric aimed only at profit and pay. Even the profit component involves much more than pricing.