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

debOK Wrote: Jun 16, 2012 2:20 PM
Many businesses are small businesses, that are private individuals. They report their income as personal income and from that income pay their employees and their expenses, often with little left over for personal expenses. Now many are also Christians, Catholics or evangelical who don't believe in sterilzation or abortions on demand or in some cases birth control, so why should they be forced to cover these thing that go against their religious conscience? There are plenty of clinics or PP offices that cover these expenses. So why burden those who oppose it unnecessarily?
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...