Doing What You’d Said You’d Do

People tend to emphasize the positive (which can lead to profit) and downplay the negative. There are some serious problems with this business, including the deaths of many, many people.

On the other hand, the only suggestion of Dr. Goldacre is more stringent rules and punishments. Already, the FDA has slowed the flow of new drugs to a trickle: if table salt and aspirin hadn’t been grandfathered in, it would be banned. And rules are no substitute for a moral compass, which the high elites have spent the last century or so destroying in the name of some fantasy equality.

Eventually, today’s corrupt system will perish. I wonder if we can come up with something better…

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