"As Gov. Rod Blagojevich set out Tuesday on a three-day campaign-style tour to tout his new prescription drug plan, administration officials said his program to help consumers buy drugs from abroad would be safer than others available through the Internet because the state would inspect suppliers.
But Blagojevich's aides declined to identify the 45 pharmacies and wholesalers they said they have lined up in Canada, the United Kingdom and Ireland. To do so, they said, would put those facilities at risk for retribution from big pharmaceutical companies that oppose importing drugs that sell for less than in U.S. stores."
-- That's right kids, his safety defense is that it his program to help consumers buy drugs from abroad would be safer than others available through the Internet because the state would inspect suppliers it appears that as long as it is safer that buying Viagra sold via e-mail it should be nothing to worry about.
Also don't worry about the secret pharmacies and wholesalers, you as the drug consumer have no need to concern your self with such things. The Blagozo team knows what's best...