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    Homosexuality & Politics in the 21st Century

    *stops lurking* The "being gay is wrong because they have a higher chance of mental disorders" argument almost makes me want to hurt someone. Gee, I wonder what will happen when they live their entire lives with people like Doctor Ihavethetitledoctorinfrontofmynamesoimustberight telling them...
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    Which Rights Take Priority?

    In what way? In the first quote, we had been talking about the pharmacy for multiple posts. He suggested that if no other pharmacy in town it would be necessary for the manager to get another employee to fill the prescription, which I pointed out that the pharmacist he was defending had failed...
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    Which Rights Take Priority?

    By this logic, a serial killer's belief that he has the right to kill anyone and everyone he pleases cannot be wrong. Expecting a person to do the job they've been hired to do is hardly discriminating against bigots. No, seriously, you are defending a system where (you think) people can be...
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    Which Rights Take Priority?

    The fact that you'd be forced to contact a manager just to get the medicine they agree to give you doesn't give you some sort of hint that maybe the pharmacist is doing something wrong? No, they didn't (not as far as I know, anyway). Kind of disqualifies this case from what I asked for, no? If...
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    Which Rights Take Priority?

    Because that didn't happen in this situation. The pharmacist that you are defending failed to inform the manager and find another employee to fill the prescription. We've been over this. Uh-huh. Show me a case or two where a person was hired for a job, refused to do the job they were hired to...
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    Which Rights Take Priority?

    Judging by the fact that you're not denying that you meant what I think you meant, I can only assume that, yes, you are perfectly okay with people's right to believe in a deity/deities being allowed to take away other people's right to live. Explain to me why the WTC attacks, the...
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    Which Rights Take Priority?

    You mean never go to that pharmacy again? Couple problems with that, which I'll explain in a second. ... I'm sorry, either I misunderstood your answer, you misunderstood my question, or you are perfectly okay with innocent people getting sick and dying because other people worship and serve an...
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    Which Rights Take Priority?

    Wherein it would probably take several hours, if not a day anyway, to get the medicine. Are you honestly saying it would be entirely within the Moral Pharmacist's™ right to take and shred a prescription that the pharmacy has already accepted and said they'd fill, therefore putting the...
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    Which Rights Take Priority?

    By that logic, telling her to come back tomorrow also indirectly helped her get medication the pharmacist morally did not want her to get. Getting another pharmacist in to fill the prescription would have also indirectly helped her get the medication. In fact, giving her back the script to get...
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    Which Rights Take Priority?

    If that's actually true, then I want to cry.
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    Which Rights Take Priority?

    Somehow I doubt she was ordering the woman to change her religious views in the same sense a mother orders her child to clean his room. ... You're actually asking me to provide a source for the claim that employers expect people to do the job they've been hired to do? Are you actually going...
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    Which Rights Take Priority?

    This one. Generally, if you apply to work in a store that requires you to fill out prescriptions for medications such as birth control, most employers assume you have no problem with filling out prescriptions for medications such as birth control. I'm not sure if she made her personal...
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    Homosexuality & Politics in the 21st Century

    Wow, you missed that point rather spectacularly methinks. Oh good! Because, see, when most people say they support polygamy, they usually mean they support polygamy only when all parties agree to it. Generally we're against it happening when someone involved in it is forced into it against...
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    Homosexuality & Politics in the 21st Century

    Because monogamous heterosexual marriages are never arranged and forced upon people in countries like, say, India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. What's that? They do? Well clearly, going upon Zevn's precedent, we should ban monogamous marriage as well in order to prevent such things! Because that's...
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    Homosexuality & Politics in the 21st Century

    ... are you honestly suggesting that if you hear the word "gay" directed at you often enough you could actually turn gay? Actually, that gives me an idea. Maybe if I get everyone around me to start calling me "billionaire"... Oh yeah, http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/wikipedian_protester.png...
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