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Churches’ Concerns Are Being Ignored

June 17, 2013

Leaders of 18 Christian church denominations in Ohio are challenging the new national health care law. Their concerns, along with those of millions of other Americans, deserve a fair hearing....

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Wheeldog

Jun-17-13 12:16 PM

I am a little unclear as to exactly which "religious freedoms" are being violated. I believe every citizen has the right to refuse the procedures and medicines involved. Are they, instead, upset because they cannot restrict access to these services to others?

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TrollSlayer

Jun-17-13 9:02 PM

Wheeldog, “Restrict access”? Red herring alert! LOL

Wheeldog, when you refuse to buy a subscription to the Intelligencer for your kids to read are you restricting their access to it? Not if their allowance exceeds $4.50 a week. Same for Catholics “restricting access” to birth control. If you can afford $9 a month you can buy it for yourself. No access restricted at all.

Sandra Fluke and her randy Georgetown law student pals could afford those birth control pills if they were willing to forego one Starbucks latte every other Sunday.

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wvhoopie

Jun-18-13 7:15 AM

the conservative supreme court says...

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TrollSlayer

Jun-18-13 2:34 PM

hoopie, that so-called “conservative” Supreme Court also said health insurance is a tax. Liberal lunacy reigns in every branch now. Enjoy the chaos, libbies. Because you built that.

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