What do you mean, no pills?!

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  1. ccjcool

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    I hope they sell baby formula, powder and diapers.
    That is what most of their customers are going to need.:lol

    That is their choice to sell what they want.
    At least the customer has a choice whether to buy there.
     
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    BINGO! If consumers don't like that, they will take their business elsewhere.

    Free markets at work.
     
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    I think its stupid, because they'll lose business. I don't agree with their stance on abortion, or their not selling b/c pills, but they're ultimately going to suffer.
     
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    :lol:rofl:lol:rofl:lol:rofl

    They are being a little extreme, but they have the right to sell what they want,and to not sell what they choose not to, and I think it is admirable they following what the believe in. I don't agree with the reasons they have decided not to sell this stuff, but I applaud them for taking a risk and not doing so. Standing up for one's personal beliefs takes guts. I really wish more people would follow suit. Me, I don't do anything I don't want to.

    :shrug
     
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    You can bet your ass that this pharmacy isn't denying its male customers Viagra.
     
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    Definatly going too far in my opinion, I agree with the no soda and sweets part though. In my opinion they are putting their beliefs on others which is unfair as people have the right to make their own choices in life.
    I think they're going to find business slow though, people will just go elsewhere.
     
  8. AnonymousOne

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    They aren't putting their beliefs on others though. They are putting their money where their mouth is.

    Remember that no one is forcing people to shop there. In a free market, free from government coercion to act in certain ways that is, the consumers will decide what businesses live and which die. If they make this choice based on their morals and the market weeds them out, good, the consumers have decided what they want, and it's not that.

    I have hear that people are trying to "putting" their morality on others. It's only when someone is forced through coercion to adopt another person's morals that it becomes wrong.