marjac Saturday, 05/23/20 04:27:49 PM Re: rafunrafun post# 275854 Post # of 277701 I will continue down the rabbit hole that the "benefits of fish oil" comment solves the mystery. In her mind, Vascepa/icosapent ethyl is nothing more than fish oil, which also in her mind, she can pick up at her local health food store (There is an article online about her being an active runner, so I think she is probably shops at health food stores). Because it's just fish oil, albeit beneficial fish oil, there is nothing special about it warranting patent protection. Because it's just fish oil, she is not going to let Amarin with their fancy lawyers get a decade of exclusivity selling their fishy oil at an inflated price to consumers and insurance companies. Because she was "tutored", and "learned" of the "benefits of fish oil", she decided to put the sale of it in the hands of generics, thereby in her mind, performing a great act of social justice making this fish oil available to the masses at a more affordable price, while saving on health care costs. Once she came up with her desired result, she crafted her decision to support her desired result. A complete violation of her judicial oath, and abdication of her judicial responsibility.