I agree the U.S. government should not be in the business of setting price limits for prescription drugs sold in America. I would prefer to use what the Canadian government has done about this for its citizens.
The Canadian government represents my interests on this issue better than my own congress, which does not address any of its duties unless major benefits are offered to its selected interests.
We should leave the U.S. Congress to do what it does best, like investigating Benghazi, renaming post offices or finding reasons not to act.
If they get bored and need to demonstrate their values, there’s always the option to shut down the very government they pledged to oversee, fund and help function on behalf of the citizens who elected them to do those things.