Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle Hammers "Big Pharma's FDA..."

Opinion by Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen

Thursday May 12, 2011


The State of Wisconsin, from the Governor on down, is not friendly to the "status quo" in health care.

Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle has joined the ranks of Americans, in public office, openly defying Food and Drug Administration (FDA) edicts about Americans buying Canadian prescription drugs on the internet.  The FDA has issued an edict informing Americans that it is illegal to purchase  prescription drugs from Canadian sources on the internet.

Doyle met with Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, yesterday, to compare notes on how to implement the plan.  The "drug" issue will most likely end up as a national election issue in the upcoming Presidential Election.

Big Pharma has gone "all-out" nationally in their attempt to stop US citizens from buying prescription drugs at much lower prices on the internet from Canadian providers.  But serious questions are now arising about "who, exactly, is the FDA working for?  Big Pharma, or US citizens?"

The TV story can be found here.

Stay tuned...

Tim Bolen - Consumer Advocate

This "Millions of Health Freedom Fighters - Newsletter" is about the battle between "Health and Medicine" on Planet Earth. Tim Bolen is an op/ed writer with extensive knowledge of the activities of a subversive organization calling itself the "quackbusters," and that organization's attempts to suppress, and discredit, any, and all health modalities that compete with the allopathic (MD) paradigm for consumer health dollars. The focus of the newsletter is on the ongoing activities, battles, politics, and the victories won by members of the "Health Freedom Movement" against the "quackbusters" It details "who the quackbusters are, what they are, where they are operating, when they appear, and how they operate - and how easy it is to beat them..."

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