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  • Guys, what we are here to talk about today

  • it's not just the healthcare issue not

  • just an economic issue it is a very

  • profound moral picture it is whether or

  • not people in our country should get

  • sicker than they should get or even die

  • because they don't have enough money to

  • pay the prices that the pharmaceutical

  • industry is charging us that's the issue

  • and I say it is time for the

  • pharmaceutical industry to stop whipping

  • off the people of this country they tell

  • you good for a first got deeply involved

  • in this issue in the late nineteen

  • nineties i took a bus load of the

  • monitors across the Canadian border boy

  • prescription drugs and the reason i did

  • in the people who with the on the bus

  • were mostly women who are struggling

  • with breast cancer working-class women

  • fighting for their lives and we went to

  • Montreal and we had arranged this and

  • they walked into a drugstore in the Lord

  • the medicine that they needed the same

  • exact medicine they were buying in

  • vermont in the united states they bought

  • it in canada for one-tenth of the rights

  • and present and i will never forget

  • years coming down the cheeks of some of

  • these women who were struggling for

  • their lives and we're having a hard time

  • paying for the medicine they desperately

  • needed but it was not just them at that

  • point right now if you want to hear

  • about crazy and you want to hear about

  • this functionality

  • in America today one out of five people

  • who go to their doctors office and get a

  • prescription are unable to afford to buy

  • prescription talk about brayden so sick

  • for the nurses well understand it they

  • go to the doctor or nurse because

  • they're sick they get a prescription and

  • they can't even afford to fill in my

  • state all over this country there are

  • hundreds of thousands of elderly people

  • who are cutting their bills in half

  • which is a bad thing to do because they

  • cannot afford to buy the medicine that

  • they need our job is to tell the

  • pharmaceutical industry that we will not

  • continue to pay by far the highest

  • prices in the world for prescription

  • drugs and it's not just landed on its

  • all the year and the reason that they're

  • drug prices are low is because in every

  • instance the government's negotiate

  • prices with the drug companies now what

  • we've got in this country is really like

  • incredible you could walk in to reform

  • the sea tomorrow and find out that the

  • medicine you've been using what what the

  • years that doubled or tripled in price

  • there is no legislation there is no

  • language anywhere which prevents the

  • drug companies from Georgia got any rice

  • and what

  • and that is precisely what they are

  • doing

  • the reality today is that the

  • pharmaceutical industry has become a

  • major health hazard to the American 2003

  • total spending on prescription drugs in

  • our country has more than doubled more

  • than double now here is maybe the most

  • important boy in that is while millions

  • of Americans cannot afford the medicine

  • they desperately need while some of them

  • dying others become sicker last year the

  • five major drug companies may fish a

  • billion dollars in profit and the top

  • executives of the Ted watches drug

  • companies make collectively over 300

  • million dollars in compensation so

  • americans die or get sick because I

  • can't afford the medicine they need drug

  • companies receive you prophets and the

  • CEOs all those companies get outrageous

  • compensation packages now why did this

  • happen

  • well I'll tell you exactly why it

  • happens it happens because the

  • pharmaceutical industry is one of the

  • most powerful forces in Washington DC

  • since nineteen hey listen but it's

  • really quite incredible since nineteen

  • if they have been three billion dollars

  • in lobbying and have made hundreds of

  • millions of dollars in campaign

  • contributions they part they have 1400

  • paid lobbyists in washington DC right

  • now working day and night to make sure

  • that we pay outrageously high prices for

  • the medicine that we need

  • let me just give you a few examples of

  • the greed of the pharmaceutical industry

  • know what to tell you something are

  • getting nervous

  • tell you a very funny story you are

  • thinking about their in my god and the

  • reason that they are nervous is they

  • understand that we win here in

  • California but the states in the country

  • will be following very very quickly and

  • when we talk about a corrupt campaign

  • finances the man you are up against that

  • right now

  • my understanding is that the

  • pharmaceutical industry is prepared to

  • spend up to 100 million dollars

  • defeat proposition 61

  • well I could spend all of the money that

  • they want for the people on the sand

  • there were a bunch of books but you know

  • it's just something think what you have

  • elderly people putting their medicine

  • and happy can't afford the medicine

  • money and they have a hundred million

  • dollars that have been the line

  • cbs4 in California now when you defeat

  • the pharmaceutical industry here you are

  • not always going to send a profound

  • message all across this country that

  • we're flying of their greed and of their

  • profiteering you're going to be even

  • more than that you're going to show that

  • the American people are prepared to

  • stand up the powerful corporations will

  • try the body feel like

  • now i just learned something a couple of

  • hours ago with my look was kind of funny

  • we sent out a tweet my Semel with talked

  • about the green of the pharmaceutical

  • industry we particularly spoke about a

  • company called area who is charging

  • something like a hundred and ninety-nine

  • thousand of the year

  • leukemia treatment

  • well if that we sent that tweet out

  • their stuff started to grab an American

  • and thoughtful with some 387 minimal

  • that levy silicon this is a industry

  • which is explored the really greeting an

  • industry that we have got to save

  • optical industry that has got to provide

  • the medicine that we desperately need

  • not only here in this country but for

  • people all over the world need a

  • portable businesses let me just give you

  • a few examples only a few but some of

  • the outrages they're going on within the

  • pharmaceutical industry milan increase

  • the price of epi pens by some five

  • hundred percent since 2009 $57 the more

  • than six hundred dollars turi

  • pharmaceuticals increase the price of

  • daraprim by 5,000% overnight from

  • thirteen dollars and fifty cents the 750

  • dollars

  • brought one Hill value increase the

  • price of the lead poisoning drug known

  • as calcium EDTA by twenty-seven hundred

  • percent in a single year from 7,000 to

  • $OPERAND twenty-seven thousand dollars

  • these people believe that they have the

  • right to talk shows any place that they

  • can its mooring the suffering that takes

  • place where people cannot afford that

  • medicine now let me give you another

  • example comparing prices i live 50 miles

  • away from the canadian oil in the United

  • States it cause 730 dollars for a 90-day

  • supply of crystal which is used to treat

  • high cholesterol or just a hundred and

  • sixty dollars in Canada nexium 736

  • dollars of the United States 214 dollars

  • in capital celebrates 895 dollars in the

  • United States 212 dollars in Canada this

  • is the same exact medicine in the same

  • exact model made by the same exact

  • companies so what we have to say is

  • enough is

  • it's not called me about people becoming

  • needlessly sick or time it is about

  • people having to go deeply in debt to

  • purchase the drugs they need to say a

  • life it is about taxpayers spending

  • unnecessary amount of money blind the

  • billions for Medicaid or Medicare

  • because the drug companies charge us

  • such very light writing about health

  • care . going up because of the

  • outrageously high prices for the

  • pharmaceutical industry so here we are

  • in california and here you have one for

  • the most significant opposition in the

  • country today pharmaceutical industry

  • now they are going to where they're

  • going to say whatever they have to say

  • whatever why's that they can come up

  • with the right of frightened people into

  • my body airways with 30 seconds but the

  • people accountable in your spot and they

  • understand that there must be a reason

  • why the drug companies offer Panthers

  • spend up to a hundred million dollars

  • and that reason is that if you beat that

  • here we're going to put them on the

  • defensive with all of applause

  • hope Medical all the bush

  • let me a call

  • p 1 saying all white drug prices are

  • doing the seniors let me thank my

  • brother insisted it the natural their

  • sins or not you would like to thank God

  • want to have to be treated nations was

  • so much circle than the otherwise should

  • be let me thank all of my friends and

  • all of you brothers and sisters we are

  • going to take on the pharmaceutical

  • industry we're going to take on you

  • should hit the three we're going to take

  • on a co-op campaign finance system which

  • is allowing the top companies to spend

  • unlimited something money so that they

  • can continue with all our people was

  • consistent will quad on this issue we

  • need to help the environment shin is

  • looking at powerful more let's go

  • forward again

Guys, what we are here to talk about today

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バーニー・サンダースがプロップ61のために演説! (Bernie Sanders speaks for Prop 61!)

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