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Friday, April 14, 2006

Unconscionable medical consciousness

Posted by: Hammer / 1:03 PM

Smartie highlights just some of the potential abuses of a right to refuse to fill a medical prescription. Spotty has a good idea for controlling the public investment in pharmacists.

I'm not a pharmacist, so it looks like I won't be able to impose my moral judgments on others. I can, and will, impose my judgments on you lucky lot. I think it is often morally wrong to father children past the age when you're likely to die before they graduate high school. Once you hit 50 or 55, men should -- more or less -- stop procreating. It's bad for children to watch their fathers die and we all want to protect kids, right? So, here's to banning Viagra out of conscience. It doesn't help matters that Viagra is roughly 10 times more dangerous than mifepristone.

3 Comments:

Can those of us that have been through the pain of vasectomy (you and I) still get Viagra?

By Anonymous Ba Ha Ha, at 12:40 PM  

For recreational use? I think all you need is a creepy doctor.

By Blogger Hammer, at 12:47 PM  

Or just travel to Tijuana - or almost anywhere else outside the US. Most places don't consider it a prescription drug anyway.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:33 PM  

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