This letter is in response to a Sept. 3 letter in which the writer said doctors should be able to say “you chose note to get the shot, so I choose not to treat you.”
Why stop there? Why not “you chose to smoke, so I choose not to treat you because secondhand smoke kills us all?”
“You chose to drink alcohol, I choose not to treat you”?
“You chose to do illegal drugs, I choose not to treat you”?
“You chose to overeat, I choose not to treat you”?
“You chose to speed and crashed, I choose not to treat you”?
The list goes on.
I know this was the writer’s opinion, to which he is entitles to, living in this great country. But not all have the same opinion.
It’s a shame the way this COVID-19 is splitting up this country. Everyone seems to feel their way is the only right way.
David Mehner Sr.
Source: The Daily Chronicle