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Trump Lets Doctors Discriminate
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Doctors' job is to help save lives regardless of the religion of their patients and that's what I believe. Just be professional.
What are your thoughts about this rule?
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A basic principle of law is that you are free to swing your fist, but that freedom ends at the tip of another person's nose.
If your"religious freedom" hurts other people, then you don't, or shouldn't have that"religious freedom." You can believe whatever you like, and worship how you like, but if that""worship"" includes, say, human sacrifice, then the law says""no!"" because another person is harmed.This will hurt people, and therefore isn't legal.
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A basic principle of law is that you are free to swing your fist, but that freedom ends at the tip of another person's nose.
If your"religious freedom" hurts other people, then you don't, or shouldn't have that"religious freedom." You can believe whatever you like, and worship how you like, but if that""worship"" includes, say, human sacrifice, then the law says""no!"" because another person is harmed.This will hurt people, and therefore isn't legal.
Love it when people speak plain common sense. OK hand
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A basic principle of law is that you are free to swing your fist, but that freedom ends at the tip of another person's nose.
If your"religious freedom" hurts other people, then you don't, or shouldn't have that"religious freedom." You can believe whatever you like, and worship how you like, but if that""worship"" includes, say, human sacrifice, then the law says""no!"" because another person is harmed.This will hurt people, and therefore isn't legal.
I promise that's far more eloquent than the initial words making their way through my head!! Well said.
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A basic principle of law is that you are free to swing your fist, but that freedom ends at the tip of another person's nose.
If your"religious freedom" hurts other people, then you don't, or shouldn't have that"religious freedom." You can believe whatever you like, and worship how you like, but if that""worship"" includes, say, human sacrifice, then the law says""no!"" because another person is harmed.This will hurt people, and therefore isn't legal.
Love this response! The other piece to consider is that medical professionals have to meet their professional standards in order to stay licensed within their profession, and this law is not congruent with those standards.
Love this response! The other piece to consider is that medical professionals have to meet their professional standards in order to stay licensed within their profession, and this law is not congruent with those standards.
They are being perfectly professional. Remember, just because you can doesn't mean you should. This is the professional decision these people are making.
A basic principle of law is that you are free to swing your fist, but that freedom ends at the tip of another person's nose.
If your"religious freedom" hurts other people, then you don't, or shouldn't have that"religious freedom." You can believe whatever you like, and worship how you like, but if that""worship"" includes, say, human sacrifice, then the law says""no!"" because another person is harmed.This will hurt people, and therefore isn't legal.
) Absolutely correct. The divider in Chief proves once again he’s a hypocrite who is unqualified to be POTUS of the land of the free and home of the brave.
Imagine an Emergency Medical Tech arriving at a scene where several people are in need of life-saving help, and, the EMT goes from person to person inquiring first if the person lives 'his' preferred lifestyle. Those who do, get help, while others have to wait and hope that they meet the standards required by someone. Anyone! This is the time and type of issue that serves as a Call to Action. If your state Congress allows this to stand then you need to vote them out at the next election. If you need help focusing on this just think about your child or spouse in need and someone refuses to help because they don't like you/them for any reason that comes to mind. Act Locally. Act Now!
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Imagine an Emergency Medical Tech arriving at a scene where several people are in need of life-saving help, and, the EMT goes from person to person inquiring first if the person lives 'his' preferred lifestyle. Those who do, get help, while others have to wait and hope that they meet the standards required by someone. Anyone! This is the time and type of issue that serves as a Call to Action. If your state Congress allows this to stand then you need to vote them out at the next election. If you need help focusing on this just think about your child or spouse in need and someone refuses to help because they don't like you/them for any reason that comes to mind. Act Locally. Act Now!
This would be dereliction of duty. A serious offense. Resulting in a lawsuit to be sure.
A doctor's oath is to serve and protect and treat any patient that comes to them for medical treatment for they are doctors and it's their job to do as oathed. Refusing based on personal reasons makes them not doctors and any patient dealing with this in need of medical care should not go to this doctor faculty hospital but someplace else for what they require and pay for.
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