All you folks worried about the high cost of drugs, hold on to your hats. The Clinton-Gore administration’s Department of Agriculture is forcing the drug research industry to pay an estimated $200 million to insure the rights of rats used for research. Rats now have the right to housing, food and comfort.
The Department of Agriculture folded to the animal rights whackos to protect the rights of rats. The enforcement of rats’ rights will cost us $200 million for new red tape and bureaucracy.
Have we lost all reason? Seniors go to Canada to buy drugs, make choices to put food on the table and some, unfortunately, must fight the rats to keep that food. And our government wants to charge us $200 million to protect the rights of rats.
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