There has been a lot of talk about health care lately. At least one person mentioned that they opted out of an employer sponsored health plan (HMO) because the HMO provided abortions.
Was the person I mentioned (I don't remember who it was) being scrupulous?
Scrupulosity (from New Advent) - An unfounded apprehension and consequently unwarranted fear that something is a sin which, as a matter of fact, is not.
I don't believe there is any evidence that the person opted out based on scrupulosity, which is an habitual and psychological condition, not something that necessarily applies to an individual, rational, decision not to cooperate in any way with evil. A charge of scrupulosity would be warranted against a person who can't leave the confessional because he fears every minute transgression he has made will doom him to hell, or because he fears much to be sins that aren't (for instance, "I did not cross myself when I passed by a church").