Target defends policy allowing pharmacists to play doctor while posing as priests

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Let's think about this for a minute....

Can a Muslim cashier refuse to sell canned ham or Slim Jims? Can an Orthodox Jew refuse to

stock the shelves with pork rinds? Can a Mormon refuse to sell Pepsi? It would seem to me that in order to do one's job without violating one's religion would cause a person to steer away from certain positions. If I keep Kosher, I'm not going to be a hot dog vendor. If I have religious views that prevent me from dispensing certain medicines, I shouldn't be a pharmacist.

Why does discriminating against a person with a legal prescription for a legal drug not violate her civil rights?

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Posted by Morgaine Swann on 15 November 2005 - 1:38am
I think you captured the essence

This is only about people being able to impose their religion on others on this one issue.

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Posted by maximus7 (not verified) on 23 November 2005 - 8:57am