If, As Martha Coakley Seems

TO WANT IT “We have separation of church and state,” then is it not a violation of that separation for the state to compel religious folk to provide medical services they believe to be abominations before God? Or to deny them employment in a profession because of that belief?

As a matter of fact, the Establishment Clause is more about preventing the state to compel certain types of behavior against conscience, than it is about preventing citizens from freely expressing their beliefs. Which latter is the interpretation the Left is bent on forcing on the nation.

But doesn’t the Left’s own vaunted assertion of the so-called “separation of church and state” forbid it therefore the intermeddling in the practice of medicine?

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