at1with0 wrote:I agree with the spirit of what you're saying but not with the presentation. I do think that the topic of religious freedom is and should be involved/discussed in health insurance and politics. Forcing health insurance companies to cover contraception might infringe on the religious freedom of the people in that business but I stand by my original point which was that their religious freedom probably already is infringed upon by forcing them to cover homosexuals and any unrepentant sinners and non-religious people.
Which is not to say that I necessarily agree with the government regulating, ie having laws about, the health insurance industry.
The truth is that many Catholic workers hired by the church would like to have paid contraceptives plus other things.
Catholic workers are like the rest of workers that are paid by their employers.
The Health industry and the government is for everybody.
Homosexuals sinners are not unrepentant sinners like you claim, they are just homosexuals instead of being heterosexuals.
What is wrong in having the government getting people with more coverage on contraception. Catholics have sex a lot like everybody else and they are not necessarily married..
Nobody needs a crutch like the church.
I rather have the government doing things for the people that a church always with the wond of intolerance fear and hell