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Dems for Narrow Religious Exemption

Rick Garnett writes:

As MOJ readers know, Pres. John Jenkins (Notre Dame) and many others -- on "both sides" of the political spectrum -- have urged President Obama to re-think the very stingy exemption that exists for "religious employers" from the contraception-coverage mandate (which -- denials in some quarters notwithstanding -- will also include some abortion-inducing drugs) in the new health-insurance law. On Sunday, the New York Times reported that many Democrats are urging the President not to agree to a "change that would grant a broad exemption to health plans sponsored by employers who object to such coverage for moral and religious reasons."
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Mary De Voe said...

If there are no religious tests for becoming an elected official, how can there be religious tests for being considered a citizen eligible for Obamacare, grants and exemptions?

Mary De Voe said...

Charles Darwin proposed the survival of the fittest. A person who believes that natural law and nature will provide the best choice for the human race to survive does not adhere to “choice”, contraception and abortion. The citizens who believe that nature and nature’s God will provide survival of the fittest as Darwin believed, do not abort, or contracept but rely on nature to make the choices for the common good. Any person who demands abortion, contraception and sterilization from insurance at a “Catholic” college must be dismissed. A policy of dismissal from any Catholic institution forced to “provide” Obamacare against its free will, against its Catholic principles, against Darwin’s theory of “survival of the fittest” will insure that the policy of Obamacare will not be implemented at any Catholic institution.

Mary De Voe said...

I was shocked to learn that priests must pay taxes on gifts, donations and bequests given for support of the church. As the servant of all taxpayers, government cannot exclude or disqualify any citizen. Every person begotten, when two become one, is endowed with sovereign personhood and constitutes our government. Can government oppose any laws of Nature's God without damning itself?

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