July 16, 2009 in Letters

Pharmacists’ stand laudable

The Spokesman-Review
 

“A patient’s right to timely medication supersedes an individual pharmacist’s personal convictions.” (“Pharmacists lose pill ruling,” July 9).

Timely medication for what?

“Unprotected sex.”

Which produces …

An unprotected baby.

So I guess I should conclude that babies are very dangerous.

I’ve never heard of these people before in my life, I just picked up the newspaper off of the living room coffee table. After looking over the article printed on your front page (thank you for printing it!) I was humbled to see ordinary people in my own state, standing up for what is right. Even if it means being fed to the wolves.

Bravo to Ralph’s Thriftway and others joining you.

Elise McConnell

Mead

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