I, as a pro-life woman, don't want to fiscally support in any way, be it by my pap smear or mammogram or other procedure, a doctor, or a practice, who preforms abortions. I do not see how my wish to avoid medical practices that commit inficide, even if I have never been an unwitting partner in committing inficide, supports the rational behind the bill. Can you, please, explain your reasoning to me?
posted on 07/08/2006 12:01:44 PM PDT
(Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just... Thomas Jefferson)
see # 15. Sometimes you choose to have medical services, and sometimes you need them, even on emergency basis. And the need could constrain choice, and even override it. [See the proverb about beggars]. You have your doctor[s] whom you supposedly know and trust on whatever criteria you use - stick with them by all means. But providing the information for the use of the Eric Rudolfs [sp?] is another matter.
posted on 07/08/2006 12:11:07 PM PDT
You interview a doctor before becoming a regular patient of his/hers, no? You could ask that question to the person directly.
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