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Catholic Bishops: We Reject Obama Administration "Compromise" on Contraception

Christopher142 Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 10:32 PM
The Catholic bishops have been pressing for government-run health care since 1919. Now that they have it, they don't like it. They are trying to modify the existing law to make it palatable to themselves, but it will not work. They need to recognize that government-run health care is inherently bad. The only course of action is to admit that they were wrong in pressing for government-run health care and demand that Obamacare be repealed in its entirety.
HermanMunster Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 12:01 AM
That's all well and good, and you are right to take them to task....but I do not remember for a minute prior to the passage of Obamacare, anyone who was complaining about lack of accessibility or affordability of contraceptives. This whole issue was injected for two reasons:
1- To create the so called "war on women"
2- To put a legal foot in the door and test the constitutional backlash to government provided abortion.
I don't think that was ever on the Churches radar when they were supporting government health care (but in hindsight they should have seen it coming)

Last week the Obama administration issued a bogus compromise on the contraception mandate in ObamaCare through Health and Human Services. The deal? Institutions deemed "religious" by the government get a pass while businesses morally opposed to the mandate still must provide insurance plans to employees that provide contraception without a co-pay.

Now the U.S. Catholic Bishops, headed by Cardinal Timothy Dolan, are following the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List and others by rejecting the...