Bishops say no to Obama’s contraception, sterilization

So much for Obama’s effort to do his switcheroo and pull a fast one. What I found most offensive is that he thinks we are this stupid. This has to do with the Government and liberty. Does anyone think that once we go down this road and decisions about coverage are made  by bureaucrats that there is any end to this? Who will be the voice for those who need expensive orphan drugs that only a few need? Does anyone think that these drugs will be one of the approved drugs? Institutes and panels will decide how long and how much care we will get as we get older. For those who are healthy, trust me, you too fall prey to illness, and grow old. Here we go:

The organization wrote that it will continue pushing for a complete end to the birth-control mandate “with no less vigor, no less sense of urgency” than before the Obama administration decided to let nonprofit church-affiliated employers such as hospitals and universities, and not just churches, technically opt out of the requirement.

“The only complete solution to this religious liberty problem is for [the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services] to rescind the mandate of these objectionable services,” the conference said in a statement released late Friday.

The bishops’ broadside is evidence that Obama’s effort to limit the damage from this unusually complicated moral, legal, medical and financial issue isn’t necessarily working.  Washington Post

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