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Defeat Martha Coakley: She wants to decide when “Religious Freedom” is really “Free.”

Are you a Catholic who works in the health care industry?  Martha Coakley doesn’t believe you should.  She doesn’t believe you have the right to morally object to certain things AND work in health care.  If you are a health care worker who objects to killing babies (especially after having taken the Hippocratic oath), then Martha thinks you shouldn’t be working in health care.  However, I bet she has no problem with a muslim who refuses to touch pork products working as a cashier in a grocery store, but who will not service customers with pork products in their baskets.

Who is she to decide what you can and can’t object to?

If you want bigger government, less freedom, and higher taxes, then by all means vote for and/or support Martha Coakley.

If you want smaller government, proven leadership, lower taxes, and a turn away from the social, moral, and economic abyss toward which we are hurtling, vote for and/or support Scott Brown for Massachusetts senate.

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Martha Coakley: Devout Catholics ‘Probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room’

By Kerry Picket on Jan. 14, 2010 into Water Cooler

How can a Massachusetts Senate candidate possibly offend  39 percent of voters in her state? If it’s Democrat Attorney General Martha Coakley, she would tell devout Catholics not to bother working in an emergency room (H/T Jim Hoft – Big Government). In the audio clip below, Ms. Coakley chokes on a question from radio host Ken Pittman referring to the conscience clause. Under the  conscience clause, workers in health-care environments ranging from doctors to maintenance men can refuse to offer services, information, or advice to patients on issues like contraception, blood transfusions, etc..if the workers are morally against it. Here is how Ms. Coakley handled the matter. (audio and transcript below):

Ken Pittman: Right, if you are a Catholic, and believe what the Pope teaches that any form of birth control is a sin. ah you don’t want to do that.

Martha Coakley: No we have a separation of church and state Ken, lets be clear.

Ken Pittman: In the emergency room you still have your religious freedom.

Martha Coakley: (……uh, eh…um..) The law says that people are allowed to have that. You can have religious freedom but you probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room.


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