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originally posted by: kaylaluv
a reply to: rickymouse
Stage 4 inoperable terminal cancer is pretty dangerous too. Just sayin’.
originally posted by: BlueAjah
a reply to: GuidedKill
The treatments might be provided to patients for no cost as part of experimentation.
Thank you again Mr. Trump. We need this. Too many people die waiting for treatments to be approved.
originally posted by: TheRedneck
a reply to: underwerks
Actually, the OP only brought up partisanship because he expected it. I would have praised Obama for the same move had he made it. You were the one who initially thought it was a good idea, until you realized who it was that signed it. Your own words.
I also noticed that you did not respond to a single rebuttal of your arguments, only to the mention of your partisanship at the end of my post. I'll just take it that the reason you did not respond to the rebuttals is that you cannot logically respond to them. So you just picked the one line that you could rebut... the claim of your own obvious partisanship. Ironically enough, by responding to that one line and ignoring the rest, you prove my claim.
You were the one who initially thought it was a good idea, until you realized who it was that signed it. Your own words.
You know, I was about to give Trump a thumbs up on this, then I thought about it. What does this mean? Is this to help sick people? Or is this just opening a door for big pharma to experiment on people without worrying about repercussions?
What rebuttal of arguments? I didn’t have an argument, I was only raising questions.
Actually, those weren’t my words at all. As has become custom, to manufacture an argument you have to take what I said completely out of context.
No where did I say it was Trump that made me reconsider, it was the implications of letting big pharma experiment on people.
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This only benefits the rich that can actually afford the prices for these experimental treatments.