I won’t. Because I know the difference between a right and mandate.
The federal government demands that you buy coverage which covers abortions and contraception.
Single-Payer System Stops Religious Freedom Challenges to Abortifacient Mandate
U.S. District Judge Jean Hamilton ruled last week that the federal government cannot force Paul and Teresa Wieland — an American mom and dad — to violate their religious beliefs by compelling them to purchase a health insurance plan that covers sterilizations, contraceptives, and abortion-inducing drugs and devices.
But in making the Obama administration’s case that the government should be able to do so, lawyers for the U.S. Justice Department made a telling claim: A single-payer health care system would effectively put a stop to such arguments in defense of religious liberty.
Now, are these folks being forced to pay for abortions and contraception? In a way, yes. If their insurance must cover these things, then a portion of their premiums must fund these procedures and medicines for others.
The Obamacare law is designed to change the basic relationship between citizens and the government. Our privacy, our responsibility and our religious freedoms are slipping away. Every week or so I see a case of state legislatures battling over “religious freedom laws” which are designed to protect the jobs of religiously faithful government employees.
Very soon, people of faith will no longer be able to serve with good conscience in certain government positions. This is not an accident. This is a plan.
God help us. No, really. God, help us.