1 All discussion shows involving reporters sitting around pretending to talk to one another are unwatchable and unwatched.
2 The media's downfall can be traced to when they started interviwing each other rather than going out and actually covering the news and real people who do things.
I really enjoyed your comment and that is something not discussed. They are no longer journalists they are trying to look like they would come over to play a game of cards and while there chit chat about the current news of the day.
The transcript in it's whole can be found here http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/8787555/.
And the larger question is: while denying anyone access to public facilities based on race (defined by genetics) is unconstitutional, where in that grand document does the right to artificial insemination by a private physician exist, be the recipient gay, straight, or otherwise?
And furthermore, some doctors may adhere to Christian principles that some behaviors are based upon the concept of sin. If we are going to say that gays (defined by behavior) are entitled to artificial insemination, then what other behaviors are we going to ignore and require the procedure to be performed? And doesn't the right of "free exercise" of the doctor's religion, specifically spelled out in the constitution, trump a right to be inseminated, which is a non-existent "right" apparently cut out of whole cloth?