9th June 2009

“Pharmacists who cannot bring themselves to fill a prescription for moral or religious reasons should find a new profession.”

Editorial, Mercury News

5 Responses to “9th June 2009”

  1. John Says:

    Exactly!

  2. Rob Says:

    i dont understand it fully

  3. The Heretic Says:

    Great quote! I agree completely.

  4. AtheistAdvocate Says:

    Then there are those doctors, nurses and pharmacists, who enter their professions in an effort to gain control of your decision making abilities, so they can meter out their own version of morality. Therefore, they will never seek any other profession. They are EXACTLY where they want to be! Possibly, their schooling was subsidized by religious organizations.

    Conspiracy Theory Number 27 🙂

  5. Chris Says:

    For Rob – there are pharmacists in the USA (and presumably elsewhere) who have decided that on “moral” grounds they can decide not to fill a prescription for, say, the morning after birth control pill, or any birth control pills, or prophylactics. These moral stalwarts ought do what the Mercury says and find a new job since they can’t fulfill the requirements of their current one.