I'm starting this and I don't know what to think. There's so much vaseline I'm suprised the camera crew was able to hold their equipment. On top of that, the fucking assistant's beret during the interviews.
Maybe we can contact them or do some research into why they voted against it, first, instead of saying that they should never run for president because they are sucking at the teat of the pharmaceutical companies. That's my issue. How quick we are to judge and throw our representatives under the bus, especially when we come from a place of relative privilege and refuse to reach out and engage with them.
I'm pissed because what Sanders did, at least to me, is the moment it didn't pass, he started talking about Big Pharma, and a bunch of people who like him started going down a Trump like "You do the math" argument, without bothering to contact Booker to find out why or find out that Sanders has also taken a lot of money from Big Pharma or that other people have concerns about the issue and that the amendment was non-binding, and maybe that affected the vote.
Do we know why they voted against it or are we just assuming? I've been reading a lot about this and it seems there's more to it than just Big Pharma. I'm also not sure how happy I am with the idea that Sanders can now just propose something and then get a ton of people pissed off at Congresspeople who don't fall in line.