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Obama's Birth Control Mandate "Compromise" Rejected By Catholics Again

debOK Wrote: Jun 16, 2012 2:12 PM
those who can't afford it now, can get it now, paid for by the taxpayers, either through the states programs or through Medicaid. Obamacare is not different, it puts those folks on the medicaid programs on the state level and again taxpayers pay for it. It mandates that employers in small businesses provide healthcare for their employees, which burdens the businesses, not the employees. It mandates that all ciitzens with some exceptions (their pet muslims for one) purchase healthcare yet places the burden on taxpayers only or companies, not the individuals who don't want to buy it or those who can't afford it, so your statement is incorrect.
While the Catholic Health Association - which represents the nation's Catholic hospitals - has long been an ally of President Obama, on Friday they officially came out in opposition to the President's controversial contraception mandate in a letter sent to his Department of Health and Human Services.

President Obama had thought that he had put the matter to rest with a "compromise" months ago, the Catholic Health Association has just now spoken up against it.

In a letter to the federal Health and Human Services department, the hospital group said the compromise initially seemed to be "a...