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CVS Caremark, the nation’s second-largest drugstore chain, plans to stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products at its more than 7,600 retail stores by Oct. 1, a landmark decision that would make it the first national pharmacy company to cease tobacco sales.

It also marks a major turn for one of the country’s biggest healthcare companies, which said it is giving up about $2 billion in annual sales, or about 1.6% of the company’s 2012 revenues.

CVS, which is second only to Walgreen Co. in retail locations, has been steadily increasing its business providing medical care through its pharmacists and a growing number of urgent care clinics at its retail locations.

“As the delivery of healthcare evolves with an emphasis on better health outcomes, reducing chronic disease and controlling costs, CVS Caremark is playing an expanded role in providing care,” Larry J. Merlo, the president and chief executive officer, said in a statement. “Put simply, the sale of tobacco products is inconsistent with our purpose…”

…though pressure on pharmacies has been growing, Walgreen went to court to try to stop San Francisco from imposing a ban on tobacco sales in pharmacies. The challenge was dismissed by a federal court. Boston has enacted a similar ban…

Walgreen’s is one of the pharmacies currently listed as a resource for my one prescription covered by Medicare. I’m reasonably unmedicated for an old fart.

The reason for using Walgreen’s is simple. It is the nearest pharmacy to my home. I will now change to CVS. A little more time and effort is worth it.



  1. LibertyLover says:

    $2B is 1.6% of revenue. That means they make $125B per year in sales. That’s a metric buttload of aspirin.

    And candy. They sell lots of candy.

    Hypocrites.

    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

      You’re an all or none kind of libertarian huh?

      Ha, ha. The thin veil of adolescent idolatry removed to show another dumbass conservative.

      Why don’t you respect their right to do as they wish?

      What would/should a “true” libertarian actually think?==Guess you’ll have to ask one.

      Haw, haw!!!!

      • Guyver says:

        You’re an all or none kind of libertarian huh?

        And what does pointing out a hypocritical “flavor of the day” business model have to do with his political philosophy?

        What would/should a “true” libertarian actually think?==Guess you’ll have to ask one.

        Ask 1,000 “true” Libertarians, and you’ll get 1,000 different answers. Unlike Liberals / Conservatives which have very black and white stances on the issues, the litmus test for how “truly” Libertarian someone is hinges on how they define things. Once things are defined, you can then gauge how Libertarian someone is based off of they pivot off their “baseline”.

        Case in point, you can find people who consider themselves “true” Libertarians from completely opposite positions (i.e. Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice).

        The biggest mistake most people make is thinking that a political party (which has hijacked a political philosophy by using its name) represents all Libertarians when they are nothing more than one “denomination” of Libertarianism.

      • Hmeyers says:

        Bobbo, CVS is a company.

        Companies do things for profit.

        CVS gets free advertising from this announcement.

        If CVS were in it for health, they’d also stop selling sugary soft drinks too in a stance against diabetes — except Bloomberg did that and got nuked.

        And don’t worry — CVS will still sell wine and beer!

  2. whipjacka says:

    Why does everyone admire their position so much?

  3. dusanmal says:

    “As the delivery of healthcare evolves with an emphasis on better health outcomes, reducing chronic disease and controlling costs, CVS Caremark is playing an expanded role in providing care,” Larry J. Merlo, the president and chief executive officer, said in a statement

    Translated in plain English – Fascistic Economy. CVS does not “provide care”. CVS is a store, selling products. When store selling products alters their offering to “assist” in “delivering care” now controlled by the Government, we have public-private partnership as they like to call it. Properly it is Crony Capitalism and Economic Fascism. Because if business changes what they sell with profit – Free Market Economy is not in works. If it does so to support Government ideology, it is Fascism. What’s next? – Marking pharmacies which sell tobacco products with big yellow JUDE? (Later denying healthcare to smokers, followed by sending them to re-education camps,…). SSCVS.

    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

      Douche anal: once again a fantastic performance. Each and everything you say is wrong.

      How do you do this time after time???

      You gotta be putting us on…….. right? Some kind of performance art?

      Way above my head or in my toilet—one or the other.

      Silly Hooman.

      • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

        I’m 30 minutes into a 4 hour video called “Why do people laugh at creationists” where ThunderfOOt takes Preacher Hovind and others completely apart. Its interesting mainly as a collection of the totally stupid things that creationists/thumpers say. Good graphics..worth a look if you have any interest in the original stupidities, and the good science that opposes it.

        Made me think of Douche.

        Ha, ha.

        http://youtube.com/watch?v=9Eo5MdHMNcw

        • Guyver says:

          “Why do people laugh at creationists”

          Relevant to CVS discontinuing tobacco sales how?

          I would venture to guess that those people who do the laughing claim to know something others do not.

          I wonder how much of what Bobbo claims / BELIEVES to know would stand the scrutiny of Socrates. :D

          • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

            As a lead in to the larger post that has to be regurgitated below

            Guyver says:
            2/5/2014 at 3:16 pm

            “Why do people laugh at creationists”

            Relevant to CVS discontinuing tobacco sales how? /// Like the typical creationist===YOU DON’T READ. The link is expressly made in my penultimate sentence. (The one above the Ha, ha.)

            I would venture to guess that those people who do the laughing claim to know something others do not. /// Right you are McGuyver. Imagine an Astro Physicist knowing more than High School biology teacher. It does happen.

            I wonder how much of what Bobbo claims / BELIEVES to know would stand the scrutiny of Socrates. :D /// Quite a bit I must think. Most of what I think is based on science that did not exist in Socrates time. On his moral philosophies, I of course, would be his student.

          • Guyver says:

            Like the typical creationist===YOU DON’T READ. The link is expressly made in my penultimate sentence. (The one above the Ha, ha.)

            Said the self-absorbed atheist liberal to the agnostic. :)

            Imagine an Astro Physicist knowing more than High School biology teacher. It does happen.

            Said the liberal illustrating their position by suggesting a logical fallacy of appeal to authority.

            Quite a bit I must think.

            So you say. I seriously doubt you could demonstrate real knowledge over the dogmatic views you cling to.

            Most of what I think is based on science that did not exist in Socrates time.

            Said the ignorant liberal conceding they appeal to authority on politics they believe is allegedly science.

    • jpfitz says:

      Godwin’s law.

  4. MikeN says:

    Selling tobacco ends up costing CVS in the long run because their customers would end up dying instead of buying prescriptions for another 20 years.

    It is strange how liberals demonize tobacco to the point of banning it while pushing for legalization of other drugs. If CVS announced they were selling marijuana it too would have gotten a kudos from Eiditor.

  5. dwd says:

    Hear that Walgreens!? Get ready for record sales of tobacco products.

    • Guyver says:

      They’re convenient, but I wouldn’t shop at Walgreens or CVS unless it’s absolutely necessary. Most of their products are way overpriced.

      I’ve found much to be twice the price of many things you could simply get at a Wal-Mart / Target.

      • So What? says:

        When ever possible I avoid all four and shop local.

        • Guyver says:

          Shopping “local” is nice, but in the end you often times pay more.

          The only way I am incentivized to go local is when I’m being offered superior quality at a reasonable price.

          If you can’t be price, then you beat quality.

          • So What? says:

            You are correct I do pay more. I actually do not paying more as long as I am not paying it to Walmart, Target, etc. The other plus is that they actually know my name when I go to pick something up.

  6. nobutts says:

    Good for them

  7. Jeffy says:

    Catching up to Canada.

  8. pedro says:

    They will start selling MJ instead, since it’s not harmful in any way. Look at what a marvelous MJ-smoking president we have. If anything, MJ just made him better.

  9. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

    MikeN says:
    2/5/2014 at 10:03 am

    Selling tobacco ends up costing CVS in the long run because their customers would end up dying instead of buying prescriptions for another 20 years. /// So….in a free market, a vendor is allowed not to be driven by the profit motive and can moderate the capitalistic model with other interests? Like a pharmacy not stocking non-pharmaceutical poison?? Yes, as douchebag says: a fascist plot.

    It is strange how liberals demonize tobacco /// Yes, its carcinogenic. FWI==thats a bad thing that SHOULD BE DEMONIZED ====YOU IDIOT

    to the point of banning it while pushing for legalization of other drugs. /// Imagine as you can’t think it that NOT ALL DRUGS ARE THE SAME. Not being the same, different approaches are appropriate….if you can think.

    If CVS announced they were selling marijuana it too would have gotten a kudos from Eiditor. /// Supporting sound social policy freely chosen by a national retail chain==the ultimate in good citizenship. If you disagree, you should shop where you will.

    FREEDOM==leaving other people alone making their own choices. Its a beautiful thing.

    • Guyver says:

      Yes, its carcinogenic. FWI==thats a bad thing that SHOULD BE DEMONIZED ====YOU IDIOT

      Don’t forget sugar. That should be demonized as per Liberal dogma.

      If you disagree, you should shop where you will.

      I do and not there, but for simply the reason that their goods are overpriced.

      FREEDOM==leaving other people alone making their own choices. Its a beautiful thing.

      Said the Liberal who wants bigger government in order to reduce an individual’s freedoms.

      • bobbo, picking fruit from the tree of Libertarianism as only an attentive humanist can do says:

        YOU LIE! “Said the Liberal who wants bigger government in order to reduce an individual’s freedoms.” /// Name any position of mine that is taken “in order to” reduce an individuals freedoms.

        Like most creationists who can’t handle the subtleties of making a determined judgment: ALL programs I support show a gaining of one kind of freedom over some other kind of freedom.

        Only Dogmatic Idiots (the religious being but a subset) think in the absolute terms you constantly shit out.

        THINK!!!!!!!!! It is why Satan gave you a brain…..and why god punishes you for using it.

        Ha, ha. Silly Hooman.

        • Guyver says:

          Name any position of mine that is taken “in order to” reduce an individuals freedoms.

          ANYTHING you’ve done to support / promote the strengthening and growing the size of government is by its very nature a reduction in individual freedoms.

          Like most creationists who can’t handle the subtleties of making a determined judgment: ALL programs I support show a gaining of one kind of freedom over some other kind of freedom.

          ROFLMAO. So an agnostic is now a creationist? Not surprising you like to redefine words.

          What you call freedom is what most would call an entitlement. What I would call a freedom comes from the Bill of Rights.

          Only Dogmatic Idiots (the religious being but a subset) think in the absolute terms you constantly shit out.

          Please! Try using a mirror before using a telescope.

          THINK!!!!!!!!! It is why Satan gave you a brain…..and why god punishes you for using it.

          Said the atheist to the agnostic.

  10. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

    There is an interesting parallel here. What difference will CVS pulling tobacco from its store make to death from cancer rates in the USA? Probably too small to be measured. In Fact….I even wonder if a more effective program would be to limit the selection somewhat and have health warnings more prominently displayed would be more effective? Pros and Cons.

    The same issue exists with the Dirty Oil Pipeline Report just issued: too small an impact to make a difference….so why bother?

    Its like….whoever wrote that report doesn’t understand that a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step? Single rain drops building the grand canyon? Idiots banding together to form the TeaParty? That kind of thing??

    The liberal Ed says we should build the pipeline as the alternative kills more people because oil is now being transfered using trains. HAH!!! Lets assume that is true? What you gonna do?????

    “If I wuz da Prez”===I would build the pipeline, then not allow Canadian Tar to use it. That would solve both issues.

    ……………………………..♫……….Ta – DA!!!!!!……………………

    The perfect liberal nanny state solution.

    Ya gotta love it.

    • Guyver says:

      There is an interesting parallel here. What difference will CVS pulling tobacco from its store make to death from cancer rates in the USA? Probably too small to be measured.

      Too bad you can’t exercise common sense when it came to your 30,000 deaths due to a firearm comment when discussing gun control.

      What difference will gun control have on crimes when all forms of gun-related deaths combined are less probable than dying from the flu or pneumonia?

      In Fact….I even wonder if a more effective program would be to limit the selection somewhat and have health warnings more prominently displayed would be more effective?

      It’s already been done for years. What rock are you living under?

      Its like….whoever wrote that report doesn’t understand that a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step? Single rain drops building the grand canyon?

      It’s called risk assessment… something Liberals have a hard time grasping (like finding out that the recent CBO report states that ObamaCare could cost Americans nearly 2.3 million jobs).

  11. pedro says:

    So that’s why you’ve been in your maniacal phase! CVS doesn’t fill your prescriptions anymore!

  12. bobbo, picking fruit from the tree of Libertarianism as only an attentive humanist can do says:

    Well shoot. The internet done ate my much longer response. Gawd does act in very direct ways. He really does have it in for original disagreements, but here comes the regurgitation.

    Guyver, back from Bible School says:
    2/5/2014 at 3:12 pm

    You’re an all or none kind of libertarian huh?

    And what does pointing out a hypocritical “flavor of the day” business model have to do with his political philosophy? /// My commentary shows that his philosophy (sic) is half formed, defective, selective…as Socrates would question: Not really a philosophy is it!

    Libertarian: a person who believes in the doctrine of free will

    Free Will: the ability to act at one’s own discretion

    A true Libertarian will not criticize another’s exercise of free will that does not infringe on the autonomous discretion of another person. Eg–CVS’s stocking decisions. When “a person” does that, they are operating on some other philosoply than Libertarianism.

    What would/should a “true” libertarian actually think?==Guess you’ll have to ask one.

    Ask 1,000 “true” Libertarians, and you’ll get 1,000 different answers. /// Not on the issue that is plainly understood and definitional of the belief system of a Libertarian who is true to the philosophy.

    Unlike Liberals / Conservatives which have very black and white stances on the issues, the litmus test for how “truly” Libertarian someone is hinges on how they define things. Once things are defined, you can then gauge how Libertarian someone is based off of they pivot off their “baseline”. /// Yep…exactly what I did. Ha, ha.

    Case in point, you can find people who consider themselves “true” Libertarians from completely opposite positions (i.e. Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice). /// You do know that putting true in quotes means its not really true? Thats the standard usage anyway. Unless you mean them only to emphasize your point? That would make sense, but not good draftsmanship. A work in progress I suppose…. the English language, its grammar, syntax, idiosyncrasies. It can take a life time, or never attained, if you don’t incorporate a few dictionaries, encryclopedias, read something outside your faith sphere from time to time? xxxx ANYHOO–Yes, I agree people that call themselves and think of themselves as Libertarians, Liberty Lovers, or whatever you have…. in point of fact are objectively demonstrably…not. Just as I have done with LL.

    The biggest mistake most people make is thinking that a political party (which has hijacked a political philosophy by using its name) represents all Libertarians when they are nothing more than one “denomination” of Libertarianism. /// Or not Libertarian at all. When you fail the basic definition of the term, you fail to be that term, not a subset of it.

    Silly Rabbit.

    • Tim says:

      The ‘L’ word. I guess I like that Ron Paul guy, even his foreign policy.

      “”…What if my concerns are completely unfounded? Nothing.
      But what happens if my concerns are justified and ignored? Nothing good; And I yeild back the balance of my time.

      Many people have the deep-set idea that they don’t like his foreign policy so here is a little ‘spainer to remind them why they dont —

      What If:
      http://youtube.com/watch?v=57SgvD_IQ28

      • bobbo, students of History find it hard to be relevant says:

        Stupid Speech. I mean…. I kinda liked it until I stopped to think about what it meant.

        What if?….What if just the opposite??? Every position has its pros and cons. If you don’t see that and are as one sided as RPaul, then you lack intelligence, information, or imagination or a combo there of.

        What if?? Any fool can ask a question. WHAT ARE HIS ANSWERS????

        “What if we weren’t bankrupting our economy by invading Iraq etc?”==Easily, a disruption in oil supplies and the destruction of Israel with a quick cascase to World Hyper Inflation, societal shutdown, and the God Ordered Apocalypse.

        Thats one possible what if.

        …..but I dither.

    • Guyver says:

      My commentary shows that his philosophy (sic) is half formed, defective, selective…as Socrates would question: Not really a philosophy is it!

      Your commentary shows an emotional knee-jerk reaction you had simply because you didn’t like that LL was simply calling a spade a spade by pointing out hypocritical “care” / “concern”. For whatever reason, you chose to make it political.

      Libertarian: a person who believes in the doctrine of free will

      Free Will: the ability to act at one’s own discretion

      Said the Liberal trying define Libertarianism in one way.

      Libertarianism at its most fundamental and simplest definition is the belief that anyone should be able to do whatever makes them most happiest (what you call free will) so long as it is not at the expense of someone else (a condition of Libertarianism).

      A true Libertarian will not criticize another’s exercise of free will that does not infringe on the autonomous discretion of another person. Eg–CVS’s stocking decisions.

      Said the Liberal who tried to make a political point from the original post when there was NOTHING political about it to begin with.

      How EXACTLY has LL impeded CVS’s “autonomous discretion” through his criticism of their hypocritical business model which targets tobacco but not sugar because one is not socially acceptable as the other?

      Not on the issue that is plainly understood and definitional of the belief system of a Libertarian who is true to the philosophy.

      An illustration of your ignorance? Ask 1,000 Libertarians what “as required” government is, and you WILL get various answers.

      What do you think is “plainly understood” for “as required” under the context of what you claim a “true” Libertarian ought to say / do? It’s very definitional.

      You do know that putting true in quotes means its not really true? Thats the standard usage anyway. Unless you mean them only to emphasize your point?

      In this context, it’s meant to emphasize your point of what a “true” Libertarian would / wouldn’t do. Anyone who claims to know what a “true” Libertarian IS, is either ignorant or an intellectually dishonest Libertarian.

      That said, Conservatives and Liberals love the divisiveness that Libertarians often go through amongst themselves. It’s hard (if not impossible) to reach any kind of consensus on a large scale.

      Or not Libertarian at all. When you fail the basic definition of the term, you fail to be that term, not a subset of it.

      Assuming your basic definition is considered the most basic and universally accepted.

  13. bobbo, picking fruit from the tree of Libertarianism as only an attentive humanist can do says:

    McGuyver, giving his idiot bone a real work out says:
    2/5/2014 at 3:28 pm

    There is an interesting parallel here. What difference will CVS pulling tobacco from its store make to death from cancer rates in the USA? Probably too small to be measured.

    Too bad you can’t exercise common sense when it came to your 30,000 deaths due to a firearm comment when discussing gun control. //// If deaths from firearms went from 30K to 20K, or whatever number, THAT would be the measurement==easy or not, its objective and its DONE. Jebus McGuyver. That really is Pedro Stupid.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXX

    What difference will gun control have on crimes when all forms of gun-related deaths combined are less probable than dying from the flu or pneumonia? //// The apt analogy is that we MANDATE innoculations against flu and other diseases while we prohibit common sense gun management. How far up your ass can you cram your Head Guyver? Ha, ha. Yes, I can see your solution to flu: spread more mosquitoes. (Thats a vector joke!)
    xxxxxxxxxxxxx

    In Fact….I even wonder if a more effective program would be to limit the selection somewhat and have health warnings more prominently displayed would be more effective?

    It’s already been done for years. What rock are you living under? //// McGuyver, once again as you SO OFTEN DO===YOU CAN’T READ!!!! What to you think “more prominently displayed” means other than more prominently displayed than is currently done? Jebus McGuyver==you are just trying to look stupid now. My question is…. why?
    xxxxxxxxxxxxx

    Its like….whoever wrote that report doesn’t understand that a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step? Single rain drops building the grand canyon?

    It’s called risk assessment… something Liberals have a hard time grasping (like finding out that the recent CBO report states that ObamaCare could cost Americans nearly 2.3 million jobs). //// Yes, we need a thread on that one. 2.3 Million Americans will stop working at jobs they don’t like and go do something else more fulfilling. For some…read the bible.

    That should give you some comfort.

    Silly Hooman. Cant Read. Cant Think. Head and shoulders above his cohorts here though.

    Ha, ha.

  14. jpfitz says:

    http://lung.org/stop-smoking/about-smoking/facts-figures/whats-in-a-cigarette.html

    CVS is discontinuing the sale of not just cigarettes but more the a few hundred poisonous chemicals.

  15. Dipstick says:

    Once again… Welcome to the BOBBO BLOG everybody!

    Please pay no attention to trolls like this thing that calls itself Bobbo. It clearly likes pretending to be some kind of enlightened political whatever (which really just wants to be your next Uncle Joe Stalin). We all know what a PITA trolls like this can be, but if you leave it alone it might eventually go away.

    IOW, Please don’t feed the ANIMALS!

    • Guyver says:

      Please pay no attention to trolls like this thing that calls itself Bobbo. It clearly likes pretending to be some kind of enlightened political whatever (which really just wants to be your next Uncle Joe Stalin).

      But I enjoy feeding self-absorbed “elitist” liberals. :(

      • pedro says:

        It is indeed fun. But it is also wrong to take advantage of a person so lonely that doesn’t even have someone to take care of his meds.

  16. Guyver says:

    If deaths from firearms went from 30K to 20K, or whatever number, THAT would be the measurement==easy or not, its objective and its DONE. Jebus McGuyver. That really is Pedro Stupid.

    When you made your original comment way back, it was meant to underscore the severity / gravity of all firearm deaths in this country.

    When put into context with respect to the total population, it’s quite clear you’ve made a very weak / petty argument (statistically speaking).

    You CAN’T be THAT dumb… I prefer to think of you as simply being intellectually dishonest.

    The apt analogy is that we MANDATE innoculations against flu and other diseases while we prohibit common sense gun management.

    I haven’t taken a flu vaccine in years. Is DHS going to come knocking on my door because I violated a “MANDATE”? Liberal stupidity abounds. :D

    What to you think “more prominently displayed” means other than more prominently displayed than is currently done?

    What ELSE can be done to make things “more prominently displayed”? Packaging, Commercials, Ads (Print / Online), Billboards? What else hasn’t been done that you think has been OVERLOOKED or IGNORED?

    Surely you’re not just spewing “feel good” liberal dogma with no critical thinking behind it…. right? Or maybe you are just that dumb?

    Yes, we need a thread on that one. 2.3 Million Americans will stop working at jobs they don’t like and go do something else more fulfilling.

    ROFLMAO. Said the liberal promoting the spin by the WH press secretary. :D

    For some…read the bible.

    That should give you some comfort.

    Said the atheist to the agnostic.

  17. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

    Guyver evidently taking a break from his normal heavy work day says:
    2/6/2014 at 8:37 am

    If deaths from firearms went from 30K to 20K, or whatever number, THAT would be the measurement==easy or not, its objective and its DONE. Jebus McGuyver. That really is Pedro Stupid.

    When you made your original comment way back, it was meant to underscore the severity / gravity of all firearm deaths in this country. ///////// Correct.

    When put into context with respect to the total population, it’s quite clear you’ve made a very weak / petty argument (statistically speaking).///// I disagree. The context is USA murder by gun rate compared to other modern societies. From memory…we have 40x the rate of Britain and Australia both of whom (or maybe Oz Only?) had rates/mass murders the same as us until they instituted gun control.

    You CAN’T be THAT dumb… I prefer to think of you as simply being intellectually dishonest. //// No, just focused on the issue at hand.

    The apt analogy is that we MANDATE innoculations against flu and other diseases while we prohibit common sense gun management.

    I haven’t taken a flu vaccine in years. Is DHS going to come knocking on my door because I violated a “MANDATE”? Liberal stupidity abounds. :D /// Yea, I knew that would get misconstrued. We mandate kiddie immunizations …. or atleast they can’t go to school until they get them? I also have not taken the flue shots. I haven’t even had a cold now in about 30 years. I am blessed with good health.

    What to you think “more prominently displayed” means other than more prominently displayed than is currently done?

    What ELSE can be done to make things “more prominently displayed”? Packaging, Commercials, Ads (Print / Online), Billboards? What else hasn’t been done that you think has been OVERLOOKED or IGNORED? //// I was thinking a banner sign with pamphlets where the tobacco is sold. When i go into the stores today, I don’t notice any notice that smoking is bad. Small print on a package does help. I make no judgment==this was just brainstorming about what CVS options were. You do consistently confuse questions/suggestions with positions. why you do dat?

    Surely you’re not just spewing “feel good” liberal dogma with no critical thinking behind it…. right? Or maybe you are just that dumb? //// Thank you. A compliment you cant deny. Ha, ha.

    Yes, we need a thread on that one. 2.3 Million Americans will stop working at jobs they don’t like and go do something else more fulfilling.

    ROFLMAO. Said the liberal promoting the spin by the WH press secretary. :D //// I agree. Its actually a mix of the two isn’t it?

    For some…read the bible.

    That should give you some comfort.

    Said the atheist to the agnostic. /// BIG DIFF: I’m anti-theist.

    • MikeN says:

      Bobbo, do you have link showing that Britain and Australia had the same murder rate as us before they instituted gun control?

  18. Mr Ed says:

    The Undertakers of America have just filed a suit asking CVS to cover their loss of profit.

  19. deowll says:

    Most likely just making room to sale pot.