Monday, June 30, 2014

The Hobby Lobby case - what you are not being told....

The Supreme court will issue its ruling today on the most talked about case in regards to the new Obama disaster called the Affordable Care Act. Regardless of which side of the argument you stand on, its only fair to get the facts straight.

Their is a very good article already published that does that and you can read it here: False Perceptions about the Hobby Lobby Case

The take away points are:
1) Hobby Lobby is not anti-contraception.
They are not trying to deprive women of any of their rights. Hobby Lobby supports 16 of the 20 forms of contraception. Its the "Morning-after pills" they have a problem with. Who can blame them?

2) Hobby Lobby is not asking for any kind of special treatment. Its a privately held company in a FREE country. Starbucks CEO told one of his stockholders that same thing in regards to the stockholders support of traditional marriage.

3) Hobby Lobby is NOT asking for a deviation from Federal Law.
In 1993, the Congress passed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. "RFRA established that the federal government cannot burden religious liberty, even with a generally applicable law that applies to everyone, unless there is a compelling government interest (which must relate to Constitutional issues) and the law burdens religion in the least restrictive means possible."

Let's face it - ACA is another way the Government abuse of power is bullying Americans and stripping us of all our constitutional rights.

The President lied about almost everything promised in the Affordable Care Act campaign.
It is so disastrous that he keeps delaying it and not even his supporters want it implemented (my guess is to get past the elections in November).

To date, over 1200 exemptions for the Affordable Care Act have been granted - to include Unions.
That should tell you something.....

ACA - should be repealed in its entirety and replaced with something more AFFORDABLE and Constitutional.

Check it our for yourself here: USA Today Article