November 11, 2015
By Ryan Ellis
There are some campaign throwaway lines on both sides of the aisle which seasoned observers find tiresome: There’s the promise that 11 million people will be frog-walked to the border, the social and economic disruptions be damned. And the idea that we can save entitlements from bankruptcy by taxing the rich or rooting out “waste, fraud, and abuse.”
We can count on hearing another one from candidate Hillary Clinton for as long as she is in the race: Pharmaceutical companies are the enemy.
To be sure, this isn’t a new line. Bashing this industry goes back a very long way, even as far as Hillarycare in 1993. But the number of times she has gone to the well should indicate that there’s a theme she’s looking to hit on:
Read the full article at Forbes.com: Hillary Vs. Pharma Is A Campaign Theme That Isn't Going Away