drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

But does it go far enough???

For more than 30 years, federal law has protected the rights of doctors and nurses to refuse to perform abortions. Now, in his last weeks in office, President Bush is expected to announce a “right of conscience” rule that would clarify and possibly extend what healthcare workers may refuse to provide based on moral convictions.
[ cf Bush 'Conscience' Rule Strengthens Workers' Right to Refuse Care ]
But what about the critical issues, like allowing folks to avoid telling persons that they may be allowed to consult with lawful law enforcement personnel, if the person being detained does not feel like they have any conscientious reason to explain to the person being detained that it may not be a lawful bust.

Or that whole point about having a conscientious reason for not wanting to provide medical services to one of THOSE TYPES, or legal services, or any other sort of service, which your Bray At The Moon Kult finds to be offensive to the Real Actual Artifically Imaginary Invisible Foot Of The Free Market....

I mean, how much longer can people SUFFER under the repression of life in a country without Permenant Capital Gains Tax Cuts that FORCE them to live with, well, THOSE TYPES!!!

So folks get out there and Support the President, to Support the Counter Coup...

Anything less and the Terrorists WIN!!!
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