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It's unfortunate that he had to lump Catholic pharmacists who refuse to sell birth control in there with Muslim checkers who don't want to handle alcohol. I mean, this makes sense to me: If I'm a pharmacist, and I own my store/franchise, I can decide what's sold there. But if I'm a checker for some supermarket, I just work for the company. If you don't want to sell alcohol, buy a supermarket and don't stock it. If you're a Catholic pharmacist who understands that there are chemical side-affects of contraceptives, that they aren't moral, that they are at the center of the Culture of Death, and you actually want people to be healthy, then don't sell contraceptives! They're two entirely different things!
You're right, Ed. Of course, this guy is coming from an entirely secular matrix, so some of the morality is skewed.
Point taken. Still, even a secularist should be able to see the difference between owning a place of business and simply working for one. But I keep forgetting that in today's world what you want, whoever you may be, is the only thing that matters.Oh, and I meant, of course, to write "side-effect." Not "side-affect." Bad English teacher. Bad!
I feel somewhat torn by this video. On one hand I totally understand being "fed up" and "bullied". I'm so sick of P.C. and I want to applaud someone who isn't scared to hurt feelings. On the other, what you have here is someone being hateful. I never feel right about being hateful.
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