Carol Platt Liebau

Thursday, April 28, 2005

Proving once again that Democrats' commitment to "choice" is nothing more than a euphemism for supporting abortion, Barbara Boxer is trying to eradicate the "conscience clauses" that protect pharmacists from having to dispense abortifacients if doing so is contrary to their beliefs. Debra Saunders nails it here.

I am pro-death penalty, but I believe that pharmacists should have the right to refuse to provide lethal drugs to the state, just as no doctor should be forced to perform abortions. As Democrats scream that the "religious right" is trying to impose its values on all of us, just think of Boxer, et al., seeking to put the touch on pharmacists with the heavy hand of government.


Blogger jchess said...

Please take note of Democrat Ken Salazar, of Colorado, who is attempting to gain himself a national stage by demonizing Dr. James Dobson and Focus on the Family.

It goes to the latest collective tactic of the Democrats.

James C. Hess

1:22 PM  
Blogger Bachbone said...

It's perfectly all right, for the Boxers of the nation, to force someone else to bend to their ways of thinking/believing, yet the same Boxers claim the "religious right" ought not have any voice in matters, because "they" are trying to force "their" thinking/believing on other people. Boxer must have taken Convoluted Thinking 101 at Berkley.

1:39 PM  

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