Into My Mind

Monday, April 18, 2005

................................Just fill it....................................

As some of already heard, Congress is considering a bill where pharmacists who are against birth control for religious reasons, can refuse to fill a woman's prescription if there is another pharmacist willing to do so in his/hers place. I heard about this from Bill Maher and you can read about it here

I completely agree with Sen. Frank Lautenberg. A pharmacist is not a doctor and it is not their place to decide whether they should be able to fill a woman's birth control prescription. To be frank, what gives a pharmacist the right to pass judgement on a woman's sex life by not filling her prescription? It's not as if he/she prescribed the pills to the woman and it is part of his/her job to fill the prescription despite whether he/she agrees or disagrees with the individual's lifestyle.

Why does it seem like the Constitution is being twisted in this situation? What's going to happen next? Are uber Christian doctors going to refuse to treat homosexual patients because their religion views them as sinners??

This is so ridiculous, why are pharmacists choosing to twist the Constitution around just so they can impose their beliefs on others? You're a pharmacist, not a doctor, you're not going to burn in hell for doing your job! What if a small town only has ONE pharmacy and ALL the pharmacists are against birth control? Then, whether they like it or not they're going to have to fill the prescription and if they don't, then they should be fired. What the hell gives a pharmacist the right to deny a woman birth control? Honestly, we don't need more people on this Earth because we're overpopulated as it is. I'll let Bill Maher finish this entry off.

Pharmacists have to fill prescriptions. As our audience seems to already know, more and more American pharmacists are refusing to fill prescriptions for birth control because of their personal moral objections. Hey, you know what would really teach us a lesson? If you took off your pretend doctor jacket and got another job.

Or maybe I'm wrong. Maybe cutting off the pill doesn't even go far enough. Yeah, it's high time activist drugstores stopped coddling sluts on every aisle. Let's not sell any more makeup either. A good woman doesn't paint herself. And no more deodorant. You should smell bad. Keep the boys from getting ideas. And no suntan lotion. I've seen what happens at the MTV Beach House, you whore. You want to avoid melanoma, buy a veil.

Why is this country becoming Utah?! You know, I know the conservatives are always saying that the coastal elites don't really get it about them because we just fly over. Okay, maybe. But, you know what? You guys don't get us either. We need to fuck. Refusal to provide birth control threatens our economy and our very way of life here in Southern California. There's a lot of hot chicks out here, man. We need birth control! I mean, seriously, how do you think movies get made?

Now, of course, I know the other side is saying, yes, but this is a moral issue. Yeah, but the problem is, not everyone gets their morals from the same book. You go by the book that says slavery is okay but sex is wrong until after marriage, at which point it becomes a blessed sacrament between a husband and the wife who is withholding it.

In conclusion, let me say to all the activist pharmacists out there, the ones who think sex is bad probably because sex with them always is. Fellas, a pharmacist is not a law-giver, not even a doctor. In the medical pecking order, you rank somewhere in between a chiropractor and a tree surgeon.

You don't answer to a law above the laws of men. You work for Sav-On. The doctors are the ones who make medical decisions because they went to medical school, whereas you were transferred from the counter where people drop off film.



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