Sunday, June 04, 2006

More on Pharmacists

Washblog tackles the issue. The money quote for me:
And as for being professionals: Once you abandon the roots of the profession, you cease to be professional. You become a fraud. See, here's the thing: Say I work for a company that designs game software. If I decide that our games promote promiscuity, can I just refuse to work on that game software anymore? Would I be called a professional who can't be forced to work against his morals? Or would I be called the guy who used to sit in the new guy's office? If you can't do the work, you're not professional. You need to find a new profession.
David Postman points out the Pharmacy Board members were never confirmed, and might be removed by the Governor.

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