If you have a religious objection to performing the duties of a job, then religious freedom means you don’t have to take that job. It doesn’t mean that you have the right to take that job, refuse to perform your duties, and then demand to be exempt from the consequences. If we allow people to refuse to do their jobs on religious grounds, where will it end? ~Adam Lee
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Answer by louise2 at 1:00 PM on Mar. 14, 2013
We live in a free market society at least for now, we should be researching our doctors and finding out if they are what we are looking for or not. If they are not what we are looking for they don't get our money. if they are what we are looking for then they will get our money. As though some feel that doctors should disclose their beliefs in regards to procedures they will not do, one can ask a doctor the simple question before seeing them are their any procedures that you will not do because of your beliefs. There are a lot of procedures out there that are done by specialists. Different doctors have different areas of expertise. We have just become a lazy society and don't want ot do our own research any more.
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