Did you know pharmaceutical ads are illegal in other countries? Before the Affordable Care Act aka “ObamaCare,” health insurance was unattainable to millions in the U.S., but has been free in every other country for years. Commercials about drugs and new pills; the substitution of NARCAN as opposed to a junkie weening off heroin and the constant bombardment of remedies for erectile disfunction is out of control.
Sly & the Family Stone’s “Everyday People” is the new song for selling Farxiga. Farxiga is a drug to aid people suffering from Type 2 Diabetes, more commonly known as “High Blood Sugar.” Last year, the same drug used the song “Walk of Life,” by Dire Straits. Apparently Big Pharma wasn’t getting the bucks they needed from that ad campaign – so this year they’re bringing the FUNK… http://www.ispot.tv/ad/A21Z/farxiga-everyday-people
The “War On Drugs” has been a farce from it’s inception. Created by government as a means of appeasing citizens, the angle was to make the non-thinker believe that law enforcement, actually had a hold or some level of control on drug trafficking. Although the information I’ve compiled in this blurb is contained, it’s fairly meaty, however none of it is new and it only scratches the surface.