From April 2, New York Times comes this interesting article about a physician who posts a sign at his office inviting those who disagree with his politics to seek care elsewhere. It raises significant questions about whether and under what circumstances a clinician should be able to choose her or her patients? It is common and accepted for patients to be able to discriminate in choosing their physicians, including on the basis of gender, age, religion, ethnicity and other criteria. Few question this. When the tables are turned, different emotions are triggered. What do you think?