Yep. Well, guess some folks will have to lose their insurance coverage. And that’ll be the result of this, by the way. [/quote]
That is exactly what will happen. It isn’t the contraceptives as much as the mandate also includes abortion services and previously said abortion medications.
What choice is there? The church, in good conscience, support these abominations on it’s dime. It goes against what we believe. If we accepted it as is, then our words mean nothing. So we have to refuse this.
It is a fact that this health bill is the largest expansion of abortion services on the tax payer dime in the history of the U.S. [/quote]
But isnt it grand how every reform brings up the topics that we all know will never be resolved, whereas the ones that could are being held at the back of the stage?[/quote]
I am not sure what your talking about here. This is really about forcing the Catholic Church to provide the ability for and support financially something it is vehemently against. It’s a first amendment issue. The church will not be able to provide it’s employees with benefits that goes against it’s teachings. It’s like trying to make PETA employees support the NRA.[/quote]
Sure and now eeeeeeerryyyyyyone can grandstand, have fundraiser dinners and whatnot, meanwhile the country is still broke, the wars go on, entitlements are still unsustainable…[/quote]
Everybody is grandstanding anyway about anything. Problem avoidance or flat denial didn’t just miraculously appear with this issue. Obama picked a fight he can’t win, that’s not our fault, we’re just not going to do what he says and we will fight it in court.