That choice would be: "No, it violates the concept of seperation between church and state." Regardless of my personal beliefs concerning contraception, that principle should still apply. Hey, if the church can't tell the state what to do, the opposite should also be valid.
This doesn't matter really. The people who NEED to be on birth control don't have jobs.
Religious organizations are only being asked to offer birth control to their employees along with the rest of the medical coverage. No one is forcing them to use birth control. This is so silly. Coverage should be all inclusive.
E.W. “Religious organizations are only being asked to offer birth control to their employees along with the rest of the medical coverage. No one is forcing them to use birth control. This is so silly. Coverage should be all inclusive.”
OK, they don’t have to use it but should be forced to pay for it? Do you libs every critique the crap you write?? This is un-American. Where is the “Separation of Church and State” crowd now.
WOW! You are missing the boat here. You are correct no one is forcing anyone to use birth control. However, NO ONE should force the Catholic church to pay for something or provide something that is in direct violation of their religious beliefs.....just sayin'
another way the government wants to help irresponsible people get the easy way out/
As far as I knew it was always going to be on the insurance companies to cover Birth Control. This idiotic compromise is nothign but hot air. The hosptials and religious employers dont provide them now and wouldnt it would be by the insurance carriers these employers used so this is nothing but a bunch of political double speak period!
Contraceptives should not be provide free under any circumstance. They should be an option paid for by those who choose to use them. Why should others pay in their insurance costs for someone else's birth control?