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:: Thursday, December 18, 2008 ::
With a lot of debate going around about whether to allow pro-life medical professionals to refuse to perform abortions, dispense abortifacient drugs, or make themselves morally complicit in abortion by referring patients to others who do these things (that would certainly constitute accomplice liability if abortion were a crime), comes now this story:
Cake request for 3-year-old Hitler namesake deniedNow, my sympathies are entirely with the cake-decorator who refused the request. But what will be the views of those who, in the abortion context, say consumer sovereignty is supreme?
Eugene Volokh is blogging about this too, and it will (of course) be interesting to see what he says.
:: David M. Wagner 1:37 PM [+] ::