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A Face Behind The Health Care Lawsuit

Scotty54 Wrote: Jul 06, 2012 7:22 PM
What on earth are you talking about?
Doug Indeap* Wrote: Jul 07, 2012 2:03 PM
You realize, I trust, that EACH OF US has our own view of what is moral. Are you suggesting that each of us gets to choose which laws and taxes to comply with? If you get to opt out of paying for what you regard as "sin," may I do so as well?
Incredulous2 Wrote: Jul 06, 2012 10:32 PM
Scotty, neither one of the above nimrods has any clue. It's that public education thing kicking in again.
Hey, Stupids, it's our tax dollars. This means it's as if those who have a religion-based refusal to contribute to sin, are forced to do so against their conscience and morality. Of course, if one has neither morals or a conscience, I guess it's O.K., isn't it? Or is the explanation I've offered still to complex for you to understand. Complete idiots from the public ed domain.

Stacy Molai knows that life can be hard and unfair, and that the debates held in Washington actually affect real people.

Molai is 31 and suffers from Crohn's disease, a chronic gastrointestinal condition that threatened her life when she was a teenager. Molai is a plaintiff in a lawsuit filed by seven state attorneys general against the Obama administration's health care mandate that religious employers provide insurance that covers contraception and abortion.

Molai relies on her medical insurance for supplies that would otherwise cost her $300-$400 a month, with every necessary hospitalization and surgery costing $3,000 to $5,000. "Should the mandate be upheld,"...