A group of dealers in medication for people unable to afford to see doctors in order to get prescriptions for their mental medical needs has formed in order to fight the defamation of their class of public servants.
A spokesperson for the group said "Not everyone can afford health insurance that pays for seeing a shrink to get a prescription for happy pills or anti-depressants or motivational drugs or all the other help so many Americans need in order to get through the day. We Undocumented Pharmacists perform a vital service that benefits all of society and we resent being called illegal drug dealers just because we operate outside the stupid drug laws."
Many people who rely on these U.P.s have formed a support group and are working to get media and political officials to stop using hate language and derigatory words like "illegal" when referring to a large and growing segment of the American population.
"With the economy in the state it is in, we're seeing more people in need of medical mental help and having less money to get it, with more of us forced into the dangerous profession of supplying it to them and risking prison, jail and being called all sorts of nasty names that hurt our families, our culture, our heritage and like that " said a newly certificated Undocumented Pharmacist who would not give his name for fear that his relatives back home might be attacked by bigots and police departments.
The group hopes to purge the language of words like" illegal" which make things seem, well, like not observing the law.
"We may operate slightly outside the legal system but what's wrong with that? We're engaged in profit making enterprise and our work is far more dangerous than what most profiteers do, so why pick on us when we are just hardworking people?"
Both groups plan a, um, joint march on Washington to raise awareness of the need for undocumented pharmacists and the further need to end ugly defamation of their character by calling them "illegal drug dealers".