what if i only hired Christians because other people worshiped false gods and thats against my beliefs? I mean im only choosing not to go against my beliefs, im not preventing them from working else where.
As has been said, claiming to be pro-choice when it comes to personal behavior, yet NOT pro-choice when it comes to the freedom of an independently owned company to offer what it chooses is hypocrisy, and it does not have to be intentional. You may also use several of the following terms if hypocritical doesn't suit your objectivity:
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Regardless of what you call it, PPACA is STILL coercion, which is my main beef anyway. I don't really care about your motivations.
What about the religious rights of the owner and not having beliefs shoved down their throat? As I said, an employer that is against birth control shouldn't be forced to provide benefits that cover it. It's their business and their money and I think it should be within the law for the owners to run a business in accordance with their values (and to prevent tangents I would say Constitutional values, not civil rights violations like discriminating based on race or sex).
An employer that doesn't provide for birth control in no way is forcing their religious belief upon anyone, they are just living by what they believe and not using their businesses' money that they own to provide a benefit that they believe is wrong. No one is stopping anyone from going out and getting birth control nor is anyone being fired for it. You can do what you want with your own money, no one is stopping that. The employer just doesn't want to be forced to do something with their money that they believe is wrong.
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One of the main reasons insurance is so expensive is, because a lot of people have too much coverage and pay little out of pocket (for medical services).
Even the medicaid co pays were tiny, in my state (Georgia) medicaid co pays were between $.50 and $2.
Lower income women, are the least likely to be insured or use BC.
Covering those things, makes the most sense.
It's against all parties involved, state, federal and lobby groups.
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i keep waiting for your proof and you keep deflecting
2.) this is OPINION and again not factual hypocrisy
pro-choice is a term for abortion, not anything else, you dont get to make up your own definitions and call it objective lol
again a company cant not force views on you based on religion because that restricts your freedoms, if they make something up that is just they are ok
again the poster has factually been proven to be a failure and inaccurate, who ever created it doesnt understand what hypocrisy is.
so again i ask do you have ANYTHING that factually proves the poster to be accurate? anything?
This is just more twisted BS perception from the left wing.
Why cant the women buy their own birth control and how is Hobby Lobby's insistence on not paying for the morning after pill imposing their religion ?
Some chick wants to kill her baby, Hobby Lobby or I shouldnt have to pay for her lack of responsibillity.
2.) he is not forced to use BC if he doesnt want to, his rights are intact. Its a public realm, dont like the public realm stay out of it, its really that simply.
how many things could an employer deny based on religious belifs if we let them? where does it stop and who gets to decided what acceptable?
3.) If that decision is based solely on religion it 100% is because you are discriminated against based on your beliefs vs theirs, the employee will be FORCED to do something above and beyond based on the employors religions beliefs, thats forcing views.
I'm waiting for Athiest Chick-fil-A employees to start complaining about being closed on Sundays.
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