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Re:Too bad it's WalMart

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on June 15, 2002 07:19 AM
I'm no lawyer but where is that law that demands that private enterprises must sell all books if they sell any books at all. Freedom implies the ability to choose. Judging from your comments on the abortion pill I would think you would agree with this. Calling this kind of discretion over your own product line censorship is highly inflamitory and insulting rhetoric at best. If you are trying to buy muslim literature a Christian book store is probably not your best bet and vice-versa. This is not odd un-American or evil this is living in a free and open society where you can choose to start a busines and sell whatever the market will buy for whatever they are willing to pay for it. (for the record - I don't like the heavy handed stuff that Wal-Mart does either but censorship is the point I take issue with)
As for life the only thing added to a baby after conception is time+safety+food. Legal right and moral right have absolutely nothing to do with each other on this planet anyone with a TV should have gathered that by now. O.J. was legally acquited but if that was justice I will eat my keyboard.

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