Not too much real news of note (at least not much not already covered on this website), but at about two-thirds of the way through the one-hour and 12 minute video, conservative zealots from something called NCPPR sharply question Merck's CEO over bogus claims that Merck struck a collusive deal to advance supposedly "unconstitutional legislation" (presumably, with President Obama) to help ram-rod health care reform through Congress. It might all be a bit of silly street theatre, if these NCPPR folks didn't actually believe their proffered nonsense.
[BTW: Irony alert! -- these conservatives show up -- at a capitalists'/stockholders' meeting! -- to complain that Merck (if true) might have done something in its stockholders' enlightened self-interest. Wild.]
The conservatives' vendetta against our 44th President won't let their own rhetoric on economic freedom, and/or the virtues of capitalism -- to say nothing of the actual facts -- get in the way of demonizing anyone who sides with the President -- on any issue, at all. Mmmmm -- Nutty-goodness!
Here is the punch-line of the designated conservative zealot's question:
. . . .[H]as your company put any structure or review in place to ensure that you never again promote legislation that violates the Constitution of the United States?. . . .
Objection, your honor -- the questioner assumes several facts. . . that aren't in evidence -- and that aren't actually. . . facts, at all. Enjoy.