PhRMA has truly turned exploiting their government-sanctioned monopolies into a money-making art form.
|By: Jon Walker Saturday February 26, 2011 1:05 pm|
|By: Jon Walker Saturday May 8, 2010 11:02 am|
There is nothing inherently good about compromise. The ability to form a good compromise, when it is necessary, is an important skill. But you should compromise only when you can’t completely achieve what you want without it. If you have sufficient votes or support for your position and think it is the best choice of action, then you should pursue it. Compromising in that instance is stupid.