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    HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon Winnipeg Posts: 36,205
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    this is, by far, one of the worst takes I've ever seen on this site. 

    "making life saving medicine for millions of people is a waste of money! we need cheaper gas for our small dick energy trucks!" - republicans
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    Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 37,066
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    this is, by far, one of the worst takes I've ever seen on this site. 

    "making life saving medicine for millions of people is a waste of money! we need cheaper gas for our small dick energy trucks!" - republicans
    Cheaper gas so they can roll coal or whatever the fuck that stupid stunt was to own the libs. Or was it “drill baby drill?” Hard to keep up with the freedumbs.
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    gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin Louis Posts: 22,321
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
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    Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 37,066
    Can any of the right leaning posters on here explain to the rest of us what the repub congress’s plan is to lower gas prices, inflation and the cost of housing? Any specific legislation or policy proposals they recommend? Thanks.
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    gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin Louis Posts: 22,321
    Can any of the right leaning posters on here explain to the rest of us what the repub congress’s plan is to lower gas prices, inflation and the cost of housing? Any specific legislation or policy proposals they recommend? Thanks.
    of course not. the gop ran on fixing those things and lowering inflation. and their budget they want to pass will increase inflation. they have no strategy. they cannot legislate. all they can do is make committees and investigate people who are not even in government, and the witnesses dunk all over them every time.

    my guess is they are going to run the clock out and end up among the least effective houses in american history, blame democrats for it, and then end up losing the house again in 2024 because americans are tired of their shit.
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    Gern BlanstenGern Blansten Your Mom's Posts: 18,269
    Can any of the right leaning posters on here explain to the rest of us what the repub congress’s plan is to lower gas prices, inflation and the cost of housing? Any specific legislation or policy proposals they recommend? Thanks.
    First we are going to start with Hunter's laptop. Then we are going to electrocute Fauci. Then Elvis and JFK Jr will return (on Easter) and, along with tRump, make America great again.
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    Merkin BallerMerkin Baller Posts: 10,678
    Can any of the right leaning posters on here explain to the rest of us what the repub congress’s plan is to lower gas prices, inflation and the cost of housing? Any specific legislation or policy proposals they recommend? Thanks.
    They would, but they're too busy being angry about *check's notes* a $35 cap on insulin. 
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    mace1229mace1229 Posts: 9,089
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
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    HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon Winnipeg Posts: 36,205
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    Flight Risk out NOW!

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    mace1229mace1229 Posts: 9,089
    edited March 2023
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
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    Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 37,066
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    What solutions do you suggest for the high cost of gas, housing and inflation? What solutions does the political party that you most closely identify with suggest?
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    gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin Louis Posts: 22,321
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    not as essential to survive as insulin is to a diabetic. they will die without it. whereas most people will not die without owning a home or buying gasoline.
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    gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin Louis Posts: 22,321
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    What solutions do you suggest for the high cost of gas, housing and inflation? What solutions does the political party that you most closely identify with suggest?
    come on man. don't you know that biden is purposely keeping gas prices and inflation high until everyone lays off of hunter biden? everyone knows that.
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    mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 28,889
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    You're missing the broader point of the poster that poo pooed dramatic savings in insulin.  37mm Americans have diabetes.  So the that this is worth nothing because gas is still over$3 is pretty ridiculous.

    Arguing whether mortgages and gas are essential is doubling down on the silliness. 
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    Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 37,066
    mrussel1 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    You're missing the broader point of the poster that poo pooed dramatic savings in insulin.  37mm Americans have diabetes.  So the that this is worth nothing because gas is still over$3 is pretty ridiculous.

    Arguing whether mortgages and gas are essential is doubling down on the silliness. 
    I think the objection partly stems from the fact that it typically afflicts higher percentages of the "other." Just another example of putting 'Muricans last.
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    mace1229mace1229 Posts: 9,089
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    What solutions do you suggest for the high cost of gas, housing and inflation? What solutions does the political party that you most closely identify with suggest?
    I need to offer up solutions to say they are essential?
    I was just commenting that laughing off affordable housing and and gas as essentials is not accurate, because both are essential to most Americans. 
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    mace1229mace1229 Posts: 9,089
    mrussel1 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    You're missing the broader point of the poster that poo pooed dramatic savings in insulin.  37mm Americans have diabetes.  So the that this is worth nothing because gas is still over$3 is pretty ridiculous.

    Arguing whether mortgages and gas are essential is doubling down on the silliness. 
    I didn't miss the point, thats why I didn't comment directly to the talk about insulin. I thought saying that affordable housing and gas are not essentials as a rebuttal to that comment was adding to the silliness. 
    I haven't looked up any stats so I could be completely wrong, but my guess would be that more people and families are seriously negatively impacted that threatens their health by housing costs and gas prices than those impacted by high cost of insulin. 
    That doesn't mean I don't agree with a cap on meds, I think thats a good thing. Medicine is outrageously expensive. We should cap the cost of it. 
    But why deny that housing and gas is essential and that many cant afford housing or high cost of gas has made it hard to put food on the table as a real problem too?
    It doesn't have to be an either or.
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    My wife takes Humira. Our copay for that just jumped from $150 a month to $400 without notice. And in a plan we're locked in for a year. That is on top of paying $1000 a month just in premiums for our insurance. So I understand the high cost of medicine. 
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    investor group home purchases need to end.

    house by me now for sale after one of these groios boughy and did cosmetics.

    county appraised for 159k.  initial sale price after "remodel" 399k
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    Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 37,066
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    What solutions do you suggest for the high cost of gas, housing and inflation? What solutions does the political party that you most closely identify with suggest?
    I need to offer up solutions to say they are essential?
    I was just commenting that laughing off affordable housing and and gas as essentials is not accurate, because both are essential to most Americans. 
    How about telling us what the current unemployment and homelessness rates are? Versus the number of Americans suffering from diabetes.
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    gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin Louis Posts: 22,321
    diabetes isn't going anywhere. more and more americans will be diabetic every year going forward because as a whole we do not take care of ourselves.
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    that could potentially be laid at the feet of the gop governors who oppose free healthy school lunches, as well as stopping the programs that educate our youth on proper diet and exercise implemented by the obamas.

    we tried, but the gop leaders won't because freedom.
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    that could potentially be laid at the feet of the gop governors who oppose free healthy school lunches, as well as stopping the programs that educate our youth on proper diet and exercise implemented by the obamas.

    we tried, but the gop leaders won't because freedom.
    Michelle Obama’s White House vegetable garden and her effort to have healthier school lunches and for ‘Muricans to eat more kale was widely condemned and mocked by repubs as being against freedumbs. Just another example, in a long list of them, of putting ‘Muricans last.
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    mace1229mace1229 Posts: 9,089
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    What solutions do you suggest for the high cost of gas, housing and inflation? What solutions does the political party that you most closely identify with suggest?
    I need to offer up solutions to say they are essential?
    I was just commenting that laughing off affordable housing and and gas as essentials is not accurate, because both are essential to most Americans. 
    How about telling us what the current unemployment and homelessness rates are? Versus the number of Americans suffering from diabetes.
    If you're so interested I'm sure you can look it up.
    I'm not sure how that is relevant to the topic though. Not every person with diabetes pays a lot for insulin. Some will no doubt have good insurance that covers most of the cost. So a straight up numbers comparison of homeless vs diabetic isn't going to tell us much.
    So I'm not sure why you're trying to argue housing nad gas aren't essential. Meds, housing and gas can all be essential, it is not an either or.
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    Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 37,066
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    What solutions do you suggest for the high cost of gas, housing and inflation? What solutions does the political party that you most closely identify with suggest?
    I need to offer up solutions to say they are essential?
    I was just commenting that laughing off affordable housing and and gas as essentials is not accurate, because both are essential to most Americans. 
    How about telling us what the current unemployment and homelessness rates are? Versus the number of Americans suffering from diabetes.
    If you're so interested I'm sure you can look it up.
    I'm not sure how that is relevant to the topic though. Not every person with diabetes pays a lot for insulin. Some will no doubt have good insurance that covers most of the cost. So a straight up numbers comparison of homeless vs diabetic isn't going to tell us much.
    So I'm not sure why you're trying to argue housing nad gas aren't essential. Meds, housing and gas can all be essential, it is not an either or.
    POTUS negotiated a $35 price cap for a drug that 10s of millions of ‘Muricans rely upon to continue living and it appears that you’re complaining because gas, housing and inflation are high. Sounds like a faux news inspired criticism and complaint to me.

    Bring up the high cost of gas with the oil industry, housing with institutional investors and wealth funds and inflation with Putin on the ritz and Xi. All of which have started to move down if you’re paying attention.

    I’ll ask you again, what solutions does the political party you most closely align with offer as solutions to your pressing concerns of high gas, food, housing prices and inflation?
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    gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin Louis Posts: 22,321
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    What solutions do you suggest for the high cost of gas, housing and inflation? What solutions does the political party that you most closely identify with suggest?
    I need to offer up solutions to say they are essential?
    I was just commenting that laughing off affordable housing and and gas as essentials is not accurate, because both are essential to most Americans. 
    How about telling us what the current unemployment and homelessness rates are? Versus the number of Americans suffering from diabetes.
    If you're so interested I'm sure you can look it up.
    I'm not sure how that is relevant to the topic though. Not every person with diabetes pays a lot for insulin. Some will no doubt have good insurance that covers most of the cost. So a straight up numbers comparison of homeless vs diabetic isn't going to tell us much.
    So I'm not sure why you're trying to argue housing nad gas aren't essential. Meds, housing and gas can all be essential, it is not an either or.
    POTUS negotiated a $35 price cap for a drug that 10s of millions of ‘Muricans rely upon to continue living and it appears that you’re complaining because gas, housing and inflation are high. Sounds like a faux news inspired criticism and complaint to me.

    Bring up the high cost of gas with the oil industry, housing with institutional investors and wealth funds and inflation with Putin on the ritz and Xi. All of which have started to move down if you’re paying attention.

    I’ll ask you again, what solutions does the political party you most closely align with offer as solutions to your pressing concerns of high gas, food, housing prices and inflation?
    they offer tax cuts for the wealthy and cutting social programs. same as the last 45 years.
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    mace1229mace1229 Posts: 9,089
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    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


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    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    What solutions do you suggest for the high cost of gas, housing and inflation? What solutions does the political party that you most closely identify with suggest?
    I need to offer up solutions to say they are essential?
    I was just commenting that laughing off affordable housing and and gas as essentials is not accurate, because both are essential to most Americans. 
    How about telling us what the current unemployment and homelessness rates are? Versus the number of Americans suffering from diabetes.
    If you're so interested I'm sure you can look it up.
    I'm not sure how that is relevant to the topic though. Not every person with diabetes pays a lot for insulin. Some will no doubt have good insurance that covers most of the cost. So a straight up numbers comparison of homeless vs diabetic isn't going to tell us much.
    So I'm not sure why you're trying to argue housing nad gas aren't essential. Meds, housing and gas can all be essential, it is not an either or.
    POTUS negotiated a $35 price cap for a drug that 10s of millions of ‘Muricans rely upon to continue living and it appears that you’re complaining because gas, housing and inflation are high. Sounds like a faux news inspired criticism and complaint to me.

    Bring up the high cost of gas with the oil industry, housing with institutional investors and wealth funds and inflation with Putin on the ritz and Xi. All of which have started to move down if you’re paying attention.

    I’ll ask you again, what solutions does the political party you most closely align with offer as solutions to your pressing concerns of high gas, food, housing prices and inflation?
    When did I complain? I didn't bring up housing and gas. 
    Someone said housing and gas are not essential. I disagreed, and said they are essential too. That was it. 
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    gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin Louis Posts: 22,321
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    What solutions do you suggest for the high cost of gas, housing and inflation? What solutions does the political party that you most closely identify with suggest?
    I need to offer up solutions to say they are essential?
    I was just commenting that laughing off affordable housing and and gas as essentials is not accurate, because both are essential to most Americans. 
    How about telling us what the current unemployment and homelessness rates are? Versus the number of Americans suffering from diabetes.
    If you're so interested I'm sure you can look it up.
    I'm not sure how that is relevant to the topic though. Not every person with diabetes pays a lot for insulin. Some will no doubt have good insurance that covers most of the cost. So a straight up numbers comparison of homeless vs diabetic isn't going to tell us much.
    So I'm not sure why you're trying to argue housing nad gas aren't essential. Meds, housing and gas can all be essential, it is not an either or.
    POTUS negotiated a $35 price cap for a drug that 10s of millions of ‘Muricans rely upon to continue living and it appears that you’re complaining because gas, housing and inflation are high. Sounds like a faux news inspired criticism and complaint to me.

    Bring up the high cost of gas with the oil industry, housing with institutional investors and wealth funds and inflation with Putin on the ritz and Xi. All of which have started to move down if you’re paying attention.

    I’ll ask you again, what solutions does the political party you most closely align with offer as solutions to your pressing concerns of high gas, food, housing prices and inflation?
    When did I complain? I didn't bring up housing and gas. 
    Someone said housing and gas are not essential. I disagreed, and said they are essential too. That was it. 
    your definition of essential is different than mine. if you need a drug to survive that is essential. anything else beyond that is a necessary expense..
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    mace1229mace1229 Posts: 9,089
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    What solutions do you suggest for the high cost of gas, housing and inflation? What solutions does the political party that you most closely identify with suggest?
    I need to offer up solutions to say they are essential?
    I was just commenting that laughing off affordable housing and and gas as essentials is not accurate, because both are essential to most Americans. 
    How about telling us what the current unemployment and homelessness rates are? Versus the number of Americans suffering from diabetes.
    If you're so interested I'm sure you can look it up.
    I'm not sure how that is relevant to the topic though. Not every person with diabetes pays a lot for insulin. Some will no doubt have good insurance that covers most of the cost. So a straight up numbers comparison of homeless vs diabetic isn't going to tell us much.
    So I'm not sure why you're trying to argue housing nad gas aren't essential. Meds, housing and gas can all be essential, it is not an either or.
    POTUS negotiated a $35 price cap for a drug that 10s of millions of ‘Muricans rely upon to continue living and it appears that you’re complaining because gas, housing and inflation are high. Sounds like a faux news inspired criticism and complaint to me.

    Bring up the high cost of gas with the oil industry, housing with institutional investors and wealth funds and inflation with Putin on the ritz and Xi. All of which have started to move down if you’re paying attention.

    I’ll ask you again, what solutions does the political party you most closely align with offer as solutions to your pressing concerns of high gas, food, housing prices and inflation?
    When did I complain? I didn't bring up housing and gas. 
    Someone said housing and gas are not essential. I disagreed, and said they are essential too. That was it. 
    your definition of essential is different than mine. if you need a drug to survive that is essential. anything else beyond that is a necessary expense..
    That’s fair. I can live with that.
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    Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 37,066
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    TJ25487 said:
    mickeyrat said:
    dude dont know when to quit.....

    Sanofi announces insulin price cap after actions by Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

    Sanofi, along with Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, make up about 90% of the insulin market in the U.S. All three have announced price cuts or out-of-pocket caps in recent weeks.


    continues...


    Yes thank you Joe! 

    People can't afford gas, food, a mortgage but hey if we ever need insulin you got our backs. 

    I think as long as we have a secure border, secure banking and no threat of WW3 we should be good. 

    Four more years of this almost sounds too good to be true! 
    because gas and mortgage are essential for survival, lol

    also, a president does not control any of the other things. i'm sure you know this already, so keep up the clown posts.
    You don't think a affordable housing and gas are essentials?
    millions get along without owning a vehicle. 

    housing is a human right. but a house don't matter if you can't afford the medicine that saves your life. 
    True. But depending where you live and work, cars are very essential to some. Public transportation isn't reliable or practical for a lot of people who drive 20 miles to work. Not to mention when gas goes up, everything goes up. So skyrocketing gas prices will make groceries, that get delivered by trucks using gas, more expensive. And if you're already struggling then you can't afford it. Not to mention all the moms who drop kids off at childcare and have to rush back so they don't get charged a late pickup fee. They couldn't do that without a car, and most working moms that I know of are in that situation.
    And I could also argue that medicine doesn't matter if you're living on the street in a snow storm and freeze to death after you get free medicine.
    I'm just saying I disagree that housing and gas are not essential to most people and are real concerns for many people.  
    What solutions do you suggest for the high cost of gas, housing and inflation? What solutions does the political party that you most closely identify with suggest?
    I need to offer up solutions to say they are essential?
    I was just commenting that laughing off affordable housing and and gas as essentials is not accurate, because both are essential to most Americans. 
    How about telling us what the current unemployment and homelessness rates are? Versus the number of Americans suffering from diabetes.
    If you're so interested I'm sure you can look it up.
    I'm not sure how that is relevant to the topic though. Not every person with diabetes pays a lot for insulin. Some will no doubt have good insurance that covers most of the cost. So a straight up numbers comparison of homeless vs diabetic isn't going to tell us much.
    So I'm not sure why you're trying to argue housing nad gas aren't essential. Meds, housing and gas can all be essential, it is not an either or.
    POTUS negotiated a $35 price cap for a drug that 10s of millions of ‘Muricans rely upon to continue living and it appears that you’re complaining because gas, housing and inflation are high. Sounds like a faux news inspired criticism and complaint to me.

    Bring up the high cost of gas with the oil industry, housing with institutional investors and wealth funds and inflation with Putin on the ritz and Xi. All of which have started to move down if you’re paying attention.

    I’ll ask you again, what solutions does the political party you most closely align with offer as solutions to your pressing concerns of high gas, food, housing prices and inflation?
    When did I complain? I didn't bring up housing and gas. 
    Someone said housing and gas are not essential. I disagreed, and said they are essential too. That was it. 
    What is the political party you most closely align with doing to address your “essentials?” 
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