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BTC: Unethical doctors stand behind Stephen Harper


 

Video from the Prime Minister’s press conference in Hamilton.


 
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BTC: Unethical doctors stand behind Stephen Harper

  1. Boy those Tories are on a roll! They insult the arts community. They insult the Chinese government and now, onto the scientific community?

  2. That Clement’s speech yesterday was brilliant. It is nice to see someone challenging doctors on their belief they belong to a priest-class that can’t be questioned. If any group of people in Canada need to be taken down a peg or two, it is doctors.

  3. Got that right, jwl. After all, if anyone can teach doctors about ethics, it most certainly should be a politician.

  4. As posted on an ITQ thread, the BC Supreme Court also should be taught a lesson. The fools.

    CBC May 28, 2008

    In a 60-page ruling released Tuesday, Pitfield found that sections of the federal Controlled Drugs and Substances Act are inconsistent with Section 7 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

    Pitfield says in his ruling that denying access to the site ignores the illness of addiction.

    “While there is nothing to be said in favour of the injection of controlled substances that leads to addiction, there is much to be said against denying addicts health care services that will ameliorate the effects of their condition,” he wrote.

    “I cannot agree with the submission that an addict must feed his addiction in an unsafe environment when a safe environment that may lead to rehabilitation is the alternative.”

  5. don’t get it

  6. 4 out of 5 doctors!

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