Skip to comments.High court ends Liberty University lawsuit over health law
Posted on 12/02/2013 9:12:49 AM PST by TheBigBEdited on 12/02/2013 9:14:42 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
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[It is completely reasonable to consider the long, documented history of Catholic involvement in socialism, unionism and Democratic Partyism in this country, all of which are promoters of abortion, birth control, promiscuity, homosexuality and other moral outrages that contradict church teaching. Take a look at the many ostensibly Catholic universities like Georgetown, with its Saudi-funded “Muslim-Christian Understanding” institute, its “Sex Positive” week of filth on campus, its co-ed dorms and feminist faculty walking off the commencement platform in a huff when the invited speaker lauded the traditional family and decried the increasing acceptance of sexual immorality such as homosexualty — and that was over a decade ago.]
The truth will set you free, as Lord Jesus stated. You are speaking the truth here.
I would very much appreciate it if you would ping me when you do the more complete post...
Are the employers actually mandated to BUY their employees coverage, or just offer it. In other words, is there a requirement for employers to pay all or part of their employees health insurance premiums, or just offer their workers a group plan into which they can buy?
A late response to your posting, but it is certainly food for thought. I wonder if the Declaration of Independence would have been supported in 1776 had it been put to a vote of all residents of the 13 colonies of at least 18 years of age, including women. The Declaration was made by a group of representatives who spoke on behalf of a limited group of landholding, while males 21 years of age or over. The vote of women alone (many of whom would have opposed war out of the protective mother instinct) might have been fatal to any hope of armed resistance to Britain. A modern day revolution may have to proceed without the benefit of majority support in the population.
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