Wednesday, February 01, 2006


Women Sue
Wal-Mart
Because
They Don't
Provide
Abortions


8 Weeks

Listen, whatever your opinion on abortion, let's be honest, RU-486 is not a contraceptive. IT IS AN ABORTION:


BOSTON - Backed by abortion rights groups, three Massachusetts women sued Wal-Mart on Wednesday, accusing the retail giant of violating a state regulation by failing to stock emergency contraception pills in its pharmacies.

The lawsuit, filed in state court, seeks to force the company to carry the morning-after pill in its 44 Wal-Marts and four Sam Club stores in Massachusetts.

The plaintiffs argued that state policy requires pharmacies to provide all "commonly prescribed medicines."
Wal-Mart carries the morning-after pill in Illinois only, where it is required under state law, said Dan Fogleman, a spokesman for Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart.


Fogleman said the company "chooses not to carry many products for business reasons." He would not elaborate. But in a letter to a lawyer for the plaintiffs, a Wal-Mart attorney said the store chain does not regard the drug as "commonly prescribed."


The notion that a person (because Wal-Mart is owned and run by people) would be forced to provide abortions to other people is like something out of the Mafia. It's like they want Wal-Mart to "earn their bones."

These women who are suing Wal-Mart are the perfect examples of radical pro-abortionists. It's not enough for them to have access, everyone must participate with them.

They might as well be wearing face paint and dancing with spears around a fire in the dark, because these people are preparing sacrifices. Their agenda isn't just abortion. It's Moloch worship.

Good God.