In response to:

Will John Boehner Fund Obama's Attack on Catholics?

ROBERT104 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 11:43 AM
I would truly hope that the house refuses to fund Obama Care until the anti Catholic / anti religious mandates are totally removed from the bill. I believe that Obama will make every effort to side step congress to gain access to the funds that will pay for Obama Care. The next possible side stepping by the Obama administration may be in: The right to bear arms.............. The right of free speech........... The right to due process......... The right to assemble............. The right to redress congress. The right of freedom of the press. The right against illegal search & seizeure. Wake up America..............Violating religious beliefs is only a begining
Mike4166 Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 9:29 AM
It's already there, Robert. So called "hate speech", the racialization of literally everything spoken or written, work to make the US subservient to the UN in terms of firearms possession, the ATF entering your house and shooting you without probable cause (leaving your survivors no means of obtaining any legal redress), etc., etc. And now Democrap representative Hank Johnson is proposing a constitutional amendment to restrict free speech. Forget about religious beliefs being only the beginning, it's coming along after so much destruction and corruption our constitutional protections and guarantees have already occurred...
Richard19 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 5:14 PM
Perhaps he should be surgically removed!
Nam65-66 Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 3:00 PM
Careful, Richard, careful.
Will House Speaker John Boehner give President Barack Obama the money he needs to implement a regulation that Boehner himself described as an unconstitutional attack on religious freedom that forces Catholics to cooperate in immoral acts?

The Constitution gives the House of Representatives, which now has a Republican majority, the power to deny funding for any act by the executive branch.

But does Boehner have the courage to stand up against the president and use this lawful authority to protect religious liberty?

On Feb. 8, 2012, Boehner went to the well of the House and laid down a marker.

"My colleagues,"...