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Buying Your Prescription Drugs From Canada May Actually Be Patriotic

Buying Your Prescription Drugs From Canada May Actually Be Patriotic

The Medicare Prescription Drug plan is putting a huge strain on the U. S. governments finances. The U. S. Government's top accountant says that sustaining this program is virtually impossible and is fiscally irresponsible. Maintaining such a program could actually bankrupt the U. S. government if drastic measures are not taken. Canadian Pharmacy, Universal Drugstore, explains that buying prescription drugs from Canada may actually be a solution to this problem.

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (PRWEB) July 25, 2007

The U. S. government's top accountant is touring the country to let Americans know that the government is on a collision course with financial disaster. David Walker is the comptroller general of the United States, he runs the Government Accountability Office.

According to Walker, the current standard of living in the United States is unsustainable unless some drastic action is taken. By far, the biggest financial issue facing the U. S. right now is the cost of health care. In an interview with Steve Croft of CBS News, Walker emphasizes that if the U. S. does not make huge reforms to its health care system over the next 20 years, the system could "bankrupt America."

The biggest drain on the U. S. government, according to Walker is Medicare and the new Medicare Prescription Drug plan. In his interview with CBS News, Walker states that "the prescription drug bill was probably the most fiscally irresponsible piece of legislation since the 1960s."

When asked to explain why the prescription drug plan is fiscally irresponsible, Walker had this to say, "Well, because we promise way more than we can afford to keep. Eight trillion dollars added to what was already a 15 to $20 trillion under-funding. We're not being realistic. We can't afford the promises we've already made, much less to be able, piling on top of 'em."

This is a very serious situation for the American people, especially seniors relying on Medicare to pay for their prescription drugs. The biggest question is, "Will the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan still be around in a few years?"

According to Walker, the U. S. is "mortgaging the future of our children and grandchildren at record rates."

Seniors need medications at an affordable price but they also want what is best for their children and grandchildren and the future of the country. Fortunately, there is an answer to this pressing problem. The solution was around before the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan began in 2006 and it is still readily available to U. S. seniors. The solution to the problem of the Medicare Drug plan straining the U. S. government's purse strings is for seniors to purchase affordable prescription medications from licensed Canadian pharmacies.

"Before the Medicare Drug plan, millions of seniors bought their medications from Canadian pharmacies and many still do. Canadian pharmacies are still here helping our American neighbors save money on their prescription medications. Now, we can help America's seniors to continue to save on their medications should they decide to opt out of the Medicare Drug plan or should the plan turn out to be unaffordable for the U. S. government to maintain." states Jeremy Cockerill, licensed pharmacist with Universal Drugstore.

Cockerill recommends that seniors do a quick price comparison at www. UniversalDrugstore. com in order to see just how easy it is for many people to save just as much on their medications from a Canadian Pharmacy as they can save with their Medicare Drug plan. The added benefit of our Canadian pharmacy service is that by buying their medications from Universal Drugstore, seniors can help their government to stop the fiscal bleeding and ensure a happy future for the next generations.

"The great thing with our service," Cockerill stresses, "is that you can use the service when you need it, like if you hit the Medicare doughnut hole for example. Universal Drugstore does not require you to qualify and there are no membership fees, monthly premiums, deductibles or co-pays. You enjoy discount prescription drug prices up front. There are no gimmicks."

Universal Drugstore is a licensed Canadian Pharmacy service provider.

For further information, contact Jeremy Cockerill at 204-255-9911 ext. 164