@OlderGregThere are NO abortifacients covered by the ACA mandate.
None. Hobby Lobby is wrongly and dishonestly characterizing morning after pills
as abortifacients though there is NO evidence they interfere with a fertilized
olderGreg - red herrings are all they have. Most of their arguments are
dishonest as disingenuous. That's all they've got.Its not
my responsibility to make sure someone else doesn't have children. You
want birth control? Pay for it. Try some personal responsibility on for size
once in a while
Bart Stupak Isn't he the guy who trusted Obama and other dems and then got
double-crossed on the contraception mandate? Yep he believe Obama and the
dems lies that gave us Obamacare good to see him as an ex congressman.
Hutterite: That is a red herring. The transfusion thing was "not an option
for *me*", never was about denying you the option. Medical science has
provided suitable alternatives for the practitioners of "that"
religion. Nobody is denying medical services to anybody. The
specific issue is a few specific abortificants that are sticker-priced cheaper
than most copays. The employers are *not* saying "you can't have
that" -- they are saying "don't make me an active participant in
murder" (in line with their core beliefs) by making me pay for it. Those specific items are not in the law, they are a part of a
bureaucratically established list created in administering the law.
@RanchSoooo... do corporations NOT have the right to be closed on
Sundays? Must every restaurant provide liquors? Every supermarket sell
cigarettes? Must all waitresses be topless? Etc., etc., etc. Of course not.
Your contention that actions of corporations cannot reflect the scruples of
owners/management because they are "corporations" is patently
Corporations do NOT have religious beliefs. They absolutely do NOT deserve
It's a mistake to enable religion in any capacity. It shouldn't even
be an issue in health care. What happens the first time a person is denied
coverage for a blood transfusion because it goes against their employers'