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Obama Administration Issues Bogus "Compromise" on Birth Control Mandate

lbs2 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 2:20 PM
Former Sen Scott Brown MA, just announed he WILL NOT seek to win the senate seat being vacated by John Kerry. Brown lost his senate seat last Nov because he shunned the Tea Party, that got him elected in the first place. He finally realized, he couldn't win dog catcher without the Tea Party.
Winkmeister (Formerly David) Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 2:23 PM
Good luck finding someone in Mass to fit those expectations.
Tinsldr2 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 2:22 PM
So you will now have a Democrat win? And someone that voted 75% of the time with Republicans will be replaced by someone that votes 90+% of the time with Dems

SMyles Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 2:55 PM
Voting with Republicans is not such a good thing now is it? We need people that first and foremost understand and support individual liberty and the constitution as intended. I don't see a whole lot of republicans fitting the bill.

The Obama administration is offering a bogus compromise on its ObamaCare contraception mandate as it tries to get out from underneath a mountain of lawsuits citing religious freedom.

The so-called compromise announced by Health and Human Services Friday shows that "religious" employers such as hospitals and charities can get out of the mandate while religious businesses such as Hobby Lobby are still stuck with providing for coverage and free birth control for employees.

Exemption for Religious Employers

Group health plans of “religious employers” are exempted from having to provide contraceptive coverage, if they...