I congratulate you on such a sterling analogy. How can I possibly argue against something like that.
Also, I see you're not answering my question. If your doctor converts to being a JW, and you come in with a condition that requires a trnsfusion, should the doctor be allowed to refuse to order one for you?
Once you become an MD you become societies slave, got it.
If it means that the catholic church is going to shutdown all of their hospitals that are doing good work for the disenfranchised, do you really think it is worth it from a practical standpoint onebrow? Honestly? I think that there should be waivers for the catholic church for these situations - it's the most sensible thing to do especially considering that 1/5th of all hospitals in the US would likely cease operations otherwise.
Are you even trying to craft a serious comparison, or are you just frustrated that you can't find one?
2) All hospitals do good work for the disenfranshied.
3) How many sorts of basic medicine would a hospital have to deny before you think shutting them down would be OK? Should there be religious exemptions for a putative JW hospital? How about a CS hospital?