Chuck ‘U’ Schumer Must Not Be Getting Kick Backs From Adderall Manufacturers

If a socialist is bit*hing about it, they aren’t getting kickbacks.  Everyone needs a little more government control oversight in their lives don’t they?


(CBS) – New York’s senior senator wants colleges to come back from summer break with a plan on how to deal with abuse of prescription ADHD pills.

Sen. Charles Schumer, speaking from his Midtown office on Sunday, said up to 35 percent of all college kids report using stimulants like Adderall and Ritalin as a study tool, reports CBS affiliate WCBS in New York.

“That’s sort of academic doping,” said Schumer. “There are better ways to pull an all-nighter and stay up. There’s coffee, there’s things like NoDoz.”

Schumer said it must be on the colleges to crack down on this rampant drug abuse. He has urged colleges to implement new standard for diagnosing and monitoring students seeking Adderall or other stimulants.

“For somebody to call up and say ‘well, my doctor prescribed it at home, send me pills, here’s the prescription number…’ that’s not good enough,” said Schumer. “If a student gets 100 or 200 Adderall pills, even if they are legitimately entitled, they may lend a bunch to their friends.”

He said campus health centers should do a full workup and gather a history. If they are unable to, Schumer said school health centers should not be diagnosing or prescribing the ADHD drugs at all.

“We want SUNY and our private colleges to start being careful when it comes to these drugs,” said the senator.

Get the underlying message?

If Chuck Schumer and his fellow statist aren’t regulating, taxing and exploiting it, it should be banned.

For only they know what your dumba** should or shouldn’t have.


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