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Thanks for bringing Jay out into the open here. Scrape the "D" off and what do you have? (I'll just let your imagination run wild for a minute...) I appreciate you providing the basics on 'How Really Expensive Medicine Gets to Your Local Pharmacy'.

Actually, in other areas Inslee doesn't seem to be such a hopeless conservaDem as this makes him appear. It's a matter of corporate puppetry through campaign donations, wherein to keep them coming one has to cater to the $$$ even if that means selling out your constituents.

It isn't the fact that Inslee's a CP that gets to me so much as the radical mythology he chooses to use to justify his corruption. It's one thing to make bogus arguments because your boss tells you to, that is something many of us have had to do to keep our jobs. It's something else altogether to claim that your boss is some kind of hero for stealing the pocket money of the poor. That's just gratuitous brown-nosing.

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