Moral Imperatives

"Nirmal Mulye, CEO of the small Missouri-based drug company Nostrum Laboratories"
Normal Mules in Missouri are stubborn but moral, and they don't care about making a lot of money. That's why they often refuse to work and wish to take it easy.

Mr. Mulye is quite right about being in business to make money. Morticians, crematory companies, coffin makers, and many others who profit from the dead or dying need to make money, and no one accuses them of being jackasses. Mr. Mulye may have been influenced by the "The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism" and is working hard to get into heaven.

Makes me glad that we have no use for ANY pharma trash here !!!