1. The problem here is the church has swayed away from its original purpose, and is considered to be quite like a business today. If they want to be in the business of business (running private schools, hospitals, etc, where not all employees are in the faith), then those particular parts of their operation do have to be governed just like any other business.

    Instead of stick with their first mission of healing the wounded soul, they chose to get into Christianity, Inc. They are running a business, while trying to avoid business responsibilities while hiding under the blanket of their original religious mission.
    October 23, 2012 12:39 pm on Religious leaders blast federal health care mandate
  2. I would be up for allowing patriots the right to avoid buying insurance or paying their IRS fine provided they NEVER use medicare, medicaid, or any other state sponsored medical program, AND they only have access to what I call "log cabin medicine", that being they should receive no advantage from top-notch medical procedures that comes as a result of those willing to buy insurance or otherwise fund the system.

    If you want the right to opt out, then you should not get any benefits that the medical system derives from those who opt in.
    October 23, 2012 12:30 pm on Religious leaders blast federal health care mandate
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