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Friday, May 12, 2006

Prozac Anyone?

I just heard that one in 10 Americans take some form of Anti-Depresant at an annual cost of $6 billion dollars.

No wonder Bush doesn't want drugs from Cananda. Think of the implications for the trade deficit.


  • true..the deficit.
    The scary part is their handing them out to teenagers now and have finally figured out that they can cause depression and thoughts of suicide in kids. But they still keep handing them out like candy.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, have a great weekend :)

    By Blogger dusty, at 11:29 PM  

  • They have to keep handing them out like candy, more and more, in fact if people want to keep collecting healthy dividends on their phamaceutiacal stocks.

    Good weekend to you as well. ;)

    By Blogger Praguetwin, at 2:56 PM  

  • Here'a question I have: what kind of meds is Cheney on? Reuters caught him snoozing through another meeting again. It's gotten to the point that Cheney seems more and more like a cranky grandpa who can't stay awake for more than a half an hour at a time or keep the drool off his shirt (although unlike most cranky grandpas, he is a big fan of pre-emptive war, torture, rendition, and sceret energy policy meetings.)

    Maybe it's time to put Cheney to sleep, eh?

    By Blogger reality-based educator, at 4:50 PM  

  • Not sure about Cheney--but Rumsfeld needs psychotherapy for his Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Bush could use some Ritalin for his ADHD.

    By Blogger Elizabeth, at 9:53 PM  

  • No, drugs can't help these guys, but if you look at the odds, someone in the administration is on anti-depresants for sure.

    I bet Cheney is on one of those FDA approved psycho drugs like ambien. He is haging out in the big chill out party in his mind.

    By Blogger Praguetwin, at 2:34 AM  

  • Cheney is using anal prozac suppositories. Two journalists told me that they saw him in the mens' room at the Ritz-Carlton in Georgetown throwing away the wrapper to a prozac suppository.

    By Blogger Cynthia P., at 11:40 AM  

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