I suppose I could ask some question that would rustle your jimmies, like "Who is allowing the 'bilking' in the first place" but that would just piss you off.Speaker to Animals wrote:Nailed it. The amount of money getting bilked out of consumers with this fake medicine vastly outweighs malpractice of the accidental nature.
Instead I'll just ask how the "amount of money getting bilked out of consumers" is related in any logical way to "malpractice of the accidental nature." Tell me what either of those two terms has anything to do with the other.
How, exactly, does some regulatory scheme work better at getting rid of the snake oil salesmen than a clear and definite system of tort liability? If you understand the question, be specific. If you don't understand the question, let me know and I'll shoot for some time to explain it.Speaker to Animals wrote:There is also one where these people are selling little vials of water that supposedly cure cancer. I shit you not. I can't remember what it is called, but they claim to take a poison and then constantly dilute it in water to capture some kind of essence that cures you. But the end result is just water.