If this were true- it is a deceitful, childish trick.
No it is not a childish trick....it is not deceitful.....nothingabout religion is deceitful....you get to make your own decisions,you get to be in control....you have made a decision, a decisionnot to believe not to be a part of it....fine....that is the beauty of it, youcan do this.....
maybe this is more direct. the constitutional interstate commerce clause and each individual states Department of Insurance which regulates things such as health care trumps whatever brand of religion you worship if you offer benefits.
That is true....but it could change with a SC decision.....nine people, if just fiveon them feel one way, we all have to follow that decision.....wouldn't it be greatif you could just ask the SC to tell you if their was a God, if there was life after death?
I respect a person's right to their own belief system, no matter how irrational I think it is. If they allow me to do the same, we'll live in peace.If they try to force their way on me, I will resist. And I will not try to force my way on them.
I guess that's my definition of respect.
Anyone care to explain why you are propagating lies?
Hmm, the fire is dying. Let's throw on another log, shall we?:
Your faith is a joke -- Pat Condellwww.youtube.com/watch?v=P4dSiHqpULk
There is NO reason to respect religion. In fact, there is a mountain of reasons to DISrespect it.
One example of a blatant lie:
"Sorry, you can't take illegal narcotics like cannabis to ease the pain of your cancer. Light that joint and we will lock you up. What's that? Your smoke/snort/drink these substances for religious reasons? Then go right ahead!"
Employment Division v. Smith says otherwise.
That doesn't refute what he said. that decision was not to make it illegal, it was regarding unemployment benefits.
Are you trying to tell me I can't find two or three examples of exactly what he said? because I'll bet I can.
So, wrong on that one. now, the other "lies" of which you speak?
here you go TYAN.
""At least 26 states have laws requiring insurers that cover prescription drugs also provide coverage for any Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved contraceptive. These states include: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin. An additional two states—Michigan and Montana—require insurance coverage of contraceptives as a result of administrative ruling or an Attorney General opinion. Two states—Texas and Virginia—require that employers be offered the option to include coverage of contraceptives within their health plans.
and so i don't leave this part out
""Twenty-one states offer exemptions from contraceptive coverage, usually for religious reasons, for insurers or employers in their policies: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan (administrative rule), Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas and West Virginia.""