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RE: Obama's war on Catholics Continues
(02-07-2012 03:57 PM)GeorgeBorkFan Wrote:  
dcCid Wrote:I am focused. Where do you draw the line with the Catholics providing health care coverage that may have conflicts with their theology? I do not think they should be able to with the exception of the p[people employed by the church itself. For their secular businesses I think they need to follow the standard health care guidelines.

A Catholic university and a Catholic hospital is not a secular business, hence the Catholic part of it.

And, part of the discussions and promises of Obamacare was that this type of situation would NOT happen. Yet, here we are.

If employers weren't forced to provide healthcare for their employees, we wouldn't be having this discussion. That is why healthcare should be decoupled from employment and each and everyone of us should be responsible for finding our own coverage, the coverage that best suits our needs.

They become a secular business, subject to all federal laws once they move past the core ministry functions. They cannot refuse to hire someone because of their religion.
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