1. Exactly!
    October 18, 2012 9:04 pm on Religious leaders blast federal health care mandate
  2. Control, control, control...and I am not talking about the government here. I am speaking about men of the cloth believing for one moment that they have the right to make decisions on behalf of women. Where is the female representation to this meeting? I see all men posing for this photograph, why is that? This is the year 2012, yes? Have you even asked women of your faith how they feel about this or was their position dictated to them? You assume they are on the same page with this but are they really?
    In all due respect, the government has a responsibility to look out for all people, to establish laws that are uniform across the board. If because of your belief system, you do not want to offer female employees birth control, well if they are dedicated to your church's teachings, they will not use it...if they mirror your beliefs they would not utilize the morning after pill or a seek out an abortion. I do not agree with war and yet my tax dollars fund wars, this insurance issue is the same argument. It is called being part of this country and looking out for the greater good of ALL people, not exclusively Catholics or protestants....but all people.
    October 18, 2012 7:32 pm on Religious leaders blast federal health care mandate
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