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Shkreli ordered to return $64M, is barred from drug industry


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u/Reutermo Jan 14 '22

It is free by law here in Sweden. Have been since the 60s.


u/IronicBread Jan 14 '22

But muh communism


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u/TailRudder Jan 14 '22

Let them, then invade them, turn them back into a territory, and don't let them have senators.


u/Chillbruh469 Jan 15 '22

You might have a harder time fighting cartels off in Texas then actual Texans. The cartels basically own the bottom half of Texas. It Texas ever leaves they are going to have a bloody cartel fight to keep their land.


u/xpdx Jan 15 '22

Give their place to Puerto Rico, Texas can get back in once PR votes to let them back in.


u/TucuReborn Jan 15 '22

In all seriousness though, our territories should be converted into states.


u/TheBeefClick Jan 15 '22

If they want to, of course. I dont think we should bar them from joining, but if they dont want it we shouldnt force them.

We should, however, treat them much better. I would be afraid to find out how many people have no idea where Guam or Samoa is, or that they are Americans. Hell, I would put a good amount of money on people not knowing PR is American, and that they arent Mexican.


u/TailRudder Jan 15 '22

American Samoa doesn't want to become a state


u/klavin1 Jan 15 '22

Wall them off too