Infographic Series: Obamacare’s War on Faith- How it hurts the Underprivileged

Here is Infographic #1: Obamacare’s War on Faith: The Origins of Religious Freedom



  • Bromehilda

    Why would Catholic institutions not simply comply with the law and avoid all these penalties? It seems to me these are self-inflicted wounds. Providing insurance that complies with federal law doesn’t mean covered individuals are forced to have an abortion or exercise family planning using pregnancy avoidance, it simply means employees whose consciences are not troubled by lawful abortions or contraception methods, whether Catholic or not, would have insurance to cover their cost if they worked for a Catholic institution, just as they would if they worked for anyone else. Is it fair to deny this insurance to employees who do not agree with you on the issue of abortion or contraception? Why is it not just as grevous to deny your employees insurance coverage that is provided by every other employer? Has anyone added up what the cost would be for your employees to pay for these lawful, insurable services out of their own pockets? I’ll bet it would shock the conscience of most of us.
    Shame on you.
    Catholic institutions are only too happy to take advantage of all of the tax benefits that come with being charitable / religious institutions. It is only fair that they pay the penalty for any willful non-compliance with the law regarding health insurance for their employees.

  • strackzilla



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