QSLS Politics

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

NAU Pharmaceutical Benefits Management Co.

In response to: Building a better sandbox
David Campbell - September 22, 2008

I have been keeping an eye on Indiana over the past few years - particularly after they landed the largest pharmaceutical benefits management (PBM) project I have ever seen - the HQ of Medco and 1,600 high paying jobs.
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Dan F said...

"pharmaceutical benefits management"

Ah - where you get to tell little old ladies they won't be getting their pills this week...

Sounds like fantastic work for New Brunswickers to be doing.

Seriously now, the government needs to concentrate on things it can do... Fixing power dams, keeping the roads free of Moose, getting rid of crap laws.

When you expect the government to go out and stimulate this junk into existance, we wind up with massive public debt and a few monopolies who can affort to not pay taxes and avoid proper oversight.

I've heard little good that came out of the whole call-center project, to date.

Small businesses, with strong ethical and transparent economic backgrounds might be good targets for state investment, but these multinational leaches are just eating away at our infrastructure and economic health.

End the madness, stop the NAU, bring back responsible government.
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David Campbell said...

Ah, the young Bolshevik with a dream. Those leaches keep getting in the way.

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Dan F said...
"Those leaches keep getting in the way"

Right - of each other - as they tumble from their bloodless host.
http://qslspolitics.blogspot.com/2008/09/weird-day-on-walltreet-money.html


Onto a cushy, tax-payer funded, bail-out bed - who's the Bolshevik now, Comrade?
7:52 PM

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