Want Cheap Drugs? DC.GOV Can Help

That’s right, if you are a’ hankering for your V1agra or Cali*s and you’d rather not buy it from the plentiful email pitchmen, the District’s website can direct you to a better way: import it from Canada.

To quote the DC Examiner:

On the D.C. government’s home page, www.dc.gov, is a link to Minnesota’s RxConnect program, which “provides information on safety and cost-saving tips and access to low-cost medication from Canada.” In addition, some medications ordered through Canadian companies can be filled by affiliate pharmacies in Britain, offering even more price options.

Yes, of course importing drugs from Canada is technically illegal. If we didn’t overpay the pharmaceutical mafia industry, we would have more affordable healthcare.

And we all know that’s the first step towards sanity affordability communism.

2 Comments so far

  1. Tom Bridge (unregistered) on August 28th, 2006 @ 11:51 am

    Or fewer drugs that worked. That could be it, too.

  2. StrongBraveandFree (unregistered) on August 28th, 2006 @ 7:37 pm

    It is funny, this thing about drugs being available on the cheap from Canada. At least that is the only thing in Canada you can have easy access to. If you give out drugs freely to numb the pain (and your mind), then you won’t notice the poor healthcare service which has been on the decline in the last 15+ years.

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