This post is taken from a Facebook exchange earlier today.
If churches want to be in the health insurance business, then they must play by the same rules.
In the conservative mind, giving women MORE reproductive rights is an infringement on THEIR rights (especially from leaders in the Catholic Church, an organization that seems to pick and choose which values and rights they advocate… What about rights of children sexually abused by priests?)
Where was the outrage when the last administration was sending our young people to war? It is funny that the church would choose THIS as a rallying cry…
Wait, it is the CONSERVATIVES that are raising that flag.
That prompted this response:
Phil (almost certainly accidentally) begs the real question: why are employers responsible for providing ANY healthcare/insurance? Look at the history of “fringe benefits” and you will find more leftist social engineering.
You are right… healthy workers have NOTHING to contribute to business, and are a drain on the poor, poor corporations. Therefore, you say that good health is a luxury, something that should be only for those who can afford it, certainly not for the poor. Let’s see what happens when YOU get sick.
Hey, while we are at it, let’s get rid of auto insurance… it is such a big waste (until you are in a head on collision).
Come to think of it, why are yellow lines in the street? They are a sign of the GOVERNMENT telling us what side of the road to drive!
Listen carefully… some things are GOOD for the welfare of all, like road signs, stoplights, police and health insurance!
I pity the people who are so ideologically narrow that they cannot see that simple fact… and I’m looking at YOU!
- The Great Contraception Battle Of 2012 (andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com)
- Where do you stand on the contraception debate? (timesunion.com)
- End these health mandates now (politico.com)
- With War On Contraception, GOP Lawmakers Seek To Deny Coverage To Others That They Enjoy (thinkprogress.org)
- Al Sharpton, ‘Morning Joe’ Hosts Argue Over HHS Contraception Ruling (VIDEO) (laurieanichols.wordpress.com)
- The Church, The State, and Contraception (makeafriar.com)
- Battle escalates over Obama contraception coverage rule (politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com)
- Grimm And Murphy Spar Over Obama Contraception Plan (timesunion.com)
- Catholics vs Contraception: Still Exempt, Still Complaining (civiccommentary.wordpress.com)
- Suddenly Contraceptives Are Controversial? (littlegreenfootballs.com)
- Obama’s war on the Catholic Church isn’t just insensitive – it’s un-American (blogs.telegraph.co.uk)
- Conflict Over Obama’s Contraception Rule Intensifies (swampland.time.com)
- Road markings could save lives (confused.com)
- Bay Area Catholic clerics join contraception fray – San Francisco Chronicle (sfgate.com)
- When Is It Right To Complain About Insurance? (theinsurancebarn.wordpress.com)
- You: Birth-control fight turns into a campaign and fundraising tool (latimes.com)
- Catholic Church Playing Dirty Politics (lezgetreal.com)
- Conservatives ‘offer positives for those with business insurance’ (premierlinedirect.co.uk)
- Family values? Whose families? Whose values (aleksandreia.com)