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Now the ObamaCare mandate honors religious freedom?

Robert1824 Wrote: Jul 29, 2012 9:55 AM
Rdiculous. No one's "religious freedom" is being taken away by the Obama administration. Catholic women are not being forced to use contraceptives . And furthermore, there is no such thing as an "abortion pill". An abortion is the surgical removal of a partially formed and VISIBLE fetus. No pill can do this , and I repeat - Catholic women are not being forced to use contraceptives . You cannot "abort a baby" by taking a pill . You cannot "murder" something which can only be seen with a microscope . Women's bodies routinely eject fertilized cells naturally. Is this a "miscarriage ?"
hiJackBailey Wrote: Jul 29, 2012 7:42 PM
and it is still legal to have an abortion. what is your point? are you high? you have the right to drink cough syrup all day if you want. but I shouldnt have to pay for it. same thing with the abortion, your mom couldve had an abortion, but there is no Constitutional right for others to fund it.
jimmylynn Wrote: Jul 29, 2012 10:59 AM
Robert1824,
{ You cannot "abort a baby" by taking a pill. }

[ What world have you been living in? You can even purchase them on the internet now. ]

The abortion pill causes an induced miscarriage which is triggered by a drug combination that causes the pregnancy to be terminated in an interval of 12-72 hours.

Abortion pill is widely known as RU-486. … The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the abortion pill (RU-486) in 2000 for use as an abortifacient.

http://www.womenhealthzone.com/womens-reproductive-health/does-abortion-pill-successfully-terminate-pregnancy-know-the-facts-of-abortion-pill/


Abortion Pill Online
http://abortionpillonline.org/

JPL17 Wrote: Jul 29, 2012 10:19 AM
"Catholic women are not being forced to use contraceptives."

No, but they're being forced to PAY for other women's contraceptives and morning-after pills, against their religious beliefs.

But nice try at a straw-man argument. Better luck next time.
The Left, by its very nature, is ideologically driven. Ideology has a tendency to crowd out reason for the sake of vision.

Witness the fact that certain members of the Left now want Americans to believe the Obama abortion pill mandate—which violates religious freedom—is, in fact, an exercise of religious freedom.

Rabbi Arthur Waskow articulates this clearly in a recent Huffington Post column .

In Waskow’s words, those who oppose the mandate requiring employers to provide insurance covering abortion-inducing drugs, sterilization, and contraception for their employees—whether doing so violates their consciences or not—are...