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Score One for Religious Freedom

jlott156 Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 1:32 PM
Freedom of religion does not mean that a business owner can refuse to provide certain types of healthcare to their employees because it goes against their religious beliefs.
S211 Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 1:53 PM
Says who? You? Who put you in charge?
anderson659 Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 1:46 PM
Business can refuse to provide ANY and ALL types of health care coverage to any employee. What planet are you from to offer such a ludicrous statement?
OriginalDevilDog Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 1:38 PM
bwahahahahaah yes it DOES!

healthcare is NOT a RIGHT!

for it to be a RIGHT it must come from God or for the anti-religionsists nature.

anything thats comes from gubmint is NOT a RIGHT! for what gubmint GIVES, it can TAKE!

now, all those people have to do is work elsewhere. so WHY do those who hate religion want to work for a religion? for one purpose only. to undermine that religion.

this is the agenda you commie cowards have.

now show me where healthcare is a RIGHT! show me where gubmint can FORCE people to be DOCTORS! for without doctors, HOW can there be healthcare? which means healthcare is PROVIDED by human beings
jhavens Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 1:48 PM
Good point Bill and DevilDog. My husband and I were talking about this last night. The company is being forced to pay for insurance that goes against THEIR religious beliefs. So they in affect would be paying for abortions/contraception. If they want abortions/contraception they can buy it on their own. This company doesn't want to pay for murder and fornication.
Bill1895 Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 1:36 PM
Why not? Does a business owner have to offer any healthcare to their employees? What about breast implants? How about baldness treatment?
Bill1895 Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 1:35 PM
Why not? Does a business owner have to offer any healthcare to their employees? What about breast implants? How about baldness treatment?
A federal district court in Colorado has issued an injunction against the government enforcing ObamaCare's abortifacient/contraceptive and sterilization mandate against Hercules, a private company.

Yes, it is limited to one company.  Yes, it is owned by a Catholic family. 

But despite the predictable naysaying from the Obama-loving MSM, this ruling matters.  Not only does it emphasize the mandate's lack of regard for First Amendment rights, its arguments offer a roadmap to other litigators with clients who don't want their religious liberties trampled by the Obama administration.

What's more, think about the