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Cristina Kirchner says Diabetes “Is A Disease of People With High Purchasing Power”

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You think you have heard nonsense from Obama but his counterpart in Argentina, Cristina Kirchner, beat him by a long shot.

Last night, as part of the presentation of the 2020 plan Innovative Argentina, President Cristina Kirchner referred to investigations by the State and defined diabetes as “a disease of people with high purchasing power,” since “they are sedentary and eat a lot.”

“There are 80 million people with diabetics in the world who also have high purchasing power. A disease of affluent people, because they are sedentary and eat a lot. For everyone, not just those who have money, but diabetes is a disease with certain purchasing power, “said the president.

¿Crees que has oído tonterías de Obama, pero su homólogo de Argentina, Cristina Kirchner, le ganó por un tiro largo.

Anoche, en el marco de la presentación del plan Argentina Innovadora 2020, la presidente Cristina Kirchner se refirió a las investigaciones que realiza el Estado y definió a la diabetes como “una enfermedad de gente con alto poder adquisitivo”, ya que “son sedentarios y comen mucho”.

“Hay 80 millones de diabéticos en el mundo que además tienen alto poder adquisitivo. Es una enfermedad de gente de alto poder adquisitivo, porque son sedentarios y comen mucho. Es para todos, no sólo los que tienen plata, pero la diabetes es una enfermedad de gente con determinado poder adquisitivo”, sostuvo la presidente.

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2 comments on “Cristina Kirchner says Diabetes “Is A Disease of People With High Purchasing Power”

  1. JohnRH
    March 15, 2013

    Hugo Chavez reincarnate already? Argentine heads of state are quite a study. Perons, Menem, Kirchners, husbands, and wives, to name a very few. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_heads_of_state_of_Argentina#Presidents

  2. 1claudiahernandez
    March 20, 2013

    There is certainly nothing more frightful than ignorance in full action.

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