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Boehner: Obama’s Attack On Religious Freedom ‘Will Not Stand’

Well it's about time someone does their job and reigns in Obummer. It is the responsibility for those sworn to uphold the Constitution to actually uphold the Constitution.

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Added: Feb-8-2012 Occurred On: Feb-7-2012
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Tags: boehner, catholic church, health care, forced, abortion
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  • "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof"

    Clearly forcing Catholic institutions to fund abortion and contraception prohibits the free exercise of their religion.

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    • @hdadd

      Wrong. They are an employer period. Religion plays no part in it.

      Its insurance, that's all.

      Do they have to follow minimum wage laws?

      If you work for them doesn't mean that you follow their beliefs.

      It is strictly a labor law, nothing else.

      Now if the country moved away from employer based health insurance they won't have to worry about it.

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    • @dcmfox Wrong yourself.

      Under Catholicism, destroying an unborn child is a cardinal sin. Minimum wages are not.

      Hundreds of waivers are given to religious institutions on constitutional grounds.

      If the federal government can't tax Catholic institutions, it certainly can not order them to fund what they consider cardinal sin.

      Hard to believe our constitutional scholar president interferes with free exercise of religion, continued illegal Bush Guantanamo Bay detentions, murdered an American c More..

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    • @hdadd

      Well I have heard two constitutional Professor's that disagree. I think I will believe them.

      Birth control pills are not abortion. So the cardinal sin argument isn't at play.

      Yes catholic's don't believe in contraception, (which was a main reason I left) which this is about, not abortion.

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    • @dcmfox Catholics believe contraception is a sin. Therefore the federal government has no right to force them to pay for contraception.

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  • Boner the loner...nobody gives a fuck about this douche!

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  • Boner is like us all. He has his opinion and we have ours. As far as religion is concerned, I find it the greatest represser of freedom ever devised by men, men who use it for one reason only, POWER. Religion is the greatest single roadblock to the advancement of mankind.

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  • I see this got the religion haters and liberal loons panties in a bunch.

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  • Freedom of religion...
    Yeah, you have the freedom NOT to choose the Planned Parenthood services within your church too.



    Any faithful Christian would use those services anyhow. Even Christ had temptations and didn't act on them.

    Funny how the churches gladly accept money, and accept Catholic school vouchers funded from the STATE.

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  • Don't worry, religious mental health care is covered.

    These are the same fuckwits that withdraw condom use because it might lead to promiscuity, then realise that people will shag anyway regardless and spread all sorts of STD's.

    What puzzles me though, is why their deity isn't taking care of all their sexual misdemeanours? Oh wait, it couldn't be... No, it just couldn't... It couldn't be that it's all a fairy tale surely?

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  • The usual Boener bullshit. He'll talk like he plans to do something to stop the Obama anti-US juggernaut, and then he won't do a fucking thing except cry and have a smoke, the fucking spineless two-faced cock-sucker.

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    • @TheMule LOL you beat me too it. I was thinking the same thing. He talks this sh*t but then lets obama get away with it. All these "Go along,get along" RINOS in the party need to be sent packing,along with ALL democrats.

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  • Quick question-- Is the Catholic church going to refuse to provide Type 2 diabetes medications in its insurance plans, too? Afterall, Gluttony is a sin, and getting fat is a side effect of choosing to overeat just as much as being pregnant is a side effect of choosing to fuck. Or are they just cherry picking things that suit their bullshit political agenda?

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  • wtf

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  • Is there a amendment in the US constitution that Obama hasn't tried to subvert?

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    • @laserblast92 He's been pretty consistently clear of any kind of subversion of the first 27 amendments, but there might be some that I'm unaware of.

      For the record, when "In God We Trust" comes off my money, I'll let the government get involved in my ideology of religion. Presently, they're breaching our constitution by forcing me to spend money with a fucking toss-off to an imaginary deity.

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  • Distortion and hogwash

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  • So by requiring institutions to provide these services if they are to receive federal dollars it is an attack on religion. How about the park 51 mosque? I don't seem him defending the Muslims religious rights.

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  • he cannot be serious

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  • "what's wrong with forcing people to go against their moral beliefs"


    -typical leftist tool

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    • @JihadKiller1s1k or is it the other way around? religious employers trying to impose morals on their employees

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    • @JihadKiller1s1k I find fat people morally offensive and can quote the Bible where it says gluttony is a sin. So can I tell my insurance company to stop providing Type 2 Diabetes medications in its plan? If people with Type 2 diabetes want to get better, they need to get off their asses and quit eating crap. How is that different than telling women to avoid pregnancy by not fucking?

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    • @ak49

      so people are "forced" to take religious empolyment?????

      for fucks sake

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    • @picklethepug

      Women have a choice not to work at a religious establishment.

      Our government can't force people to go against thier religious freedoms.

      your ignorance precedes you

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    • @JihadKiller1s1k

      Women aren't on your side there buddy. GOP isn't going to have many people left to vote for them come election time.

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  • It's funny how Republicans think that freedom of religion should be unabridged, but freedom speech is up for review. They scream "baby killer" when people decide to abort a conscienceless fertilized egg within the female's body, but then scream "kill her NOW" when a mother comes unhinged and drowns her child because she cannot afford to feed her family. I see the point, but it's not so easily said when the laws are made to punish people who DO have children. Pick a side; deat More..

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  • "The Pill usually costs between $15 and $50 a month"


    If you work at a Catholic hospital you CAN afford this if it's important to you.

    LOL @ democraps

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    • @JihadKiller1s1k LOL @ Klanservatives. Getting up off your ass costs nothing and eating less saves you and everyone else on your care plan money, but there's no talk of getting rid of high blood pressure and diabetes medication coverage. By your logic, if Gluttonous sinners want to solve their health problems without diet and exercise, they should have to pay for those medications out of their own pockets, just like you think women should have to pay for birth control on their own. This idea o More..

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    • @picklethepug

      One has a constitutional RIGHT to get fat.

      One does NOT have the RIGHT to murder 50 million babies.

      baby killer

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    • @JihadKiller1s1k Actually, the Supreme Court made this decision called Roe vs. Wade that protects abortion under the Constitution. Can you site court cases where Obesity is a protected Right? Regardless, you need to get your facts straight. We're not talking about abortion here. We're talking about CONTRACEPTION to prevent pregnancy in the first place. Birth Control pills, IUD, etc. If you consider that "murdering babies" then you would have to consider jerking off murder as w More..

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    • @picklethepug

      If you compare sperm to a fetus.....well you're just an idiot.

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    • @JihadKiller1s1k which is what you did when you tried to turn this into something about abortion. Sorry man, you just stepped in your own shit, big time.

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