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.
Sunday, June 04, 2006
More on Pharmacists
Washblog tackles the issue. The money quote for me:
Posted by Tegan at 8:43 AM