Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Good news, ladies! Jesus just got hired at your local pharmacy.

For a year, Julee Lacey stopped in a CVS pharmacy near her home in a Fort Worth suburb to get refills of her birth-control pills. Then one day last March, the pharmacist refused to fill Lacey's prescription because she did not believe in birth control.

"I was shocked," says Lacey, 33, who was not able to get her prescription until the next day and missed taking one of her pills. "Their job is not to regulate what people take or do. It's just to fill the prescription that was ordered by my physician."

Some pharmacists, however, disagree and refuse on moral grounds to fill prescriptions for contraceptives. And states from Rhode Island to Washington have proposed laws that would protect such decisions."

This is a huge step forward in finally acknowledging what we already know to be true - women are incapable of making their own decisions. Especially those who confer with some elitist doctor who was brainwashed in one of Satan's many liberal universities and medical schools. I, for one, applaud this, and suggest we take it one step farther. Let's go back to the good-old days when women couldn't decide who to marry, what clothes to wear, or who should hold elective office. Gosh, weren't things so much better back then?

Come to think of it, those burqas look kinda hot...

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