Skip to comments.Supreme Court Strikes Down Obamacare Abortion Pill Rule as Violation of Religious Liberty
Posted on 06/30/2014 7:56:54 AM PDT by Enlightened1
WASHINGTON, D.C.Today in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that a key regulation in President Barack Obamas signature health care legislation is illegal as applied to millions of Americans of faith, as well as their businesses or organizations.
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This is good. But the best part it that it will give the administration indigestion.
Look for Barry to do something to undermine the republic today as he needs to strike back as his ego has been tarnished. Yes, he is that type of vindictive person.
So, is just part of the law unconstitutional?
Is this the only part?
Does the USSC get effectively ‘line item veto’?
Wonder how long it will be before Delirious Dingy, the Left Coast Harridan and Little Zero call for a Constitutional Amendment abolishing the Supreme Court?
And to think that if just one tyrant judge vote flipped the other way would have resulted in a disaster and a corruption of constitutional protected freedoms.
Great news! Thanks for posting.
Wonder how long it will be before nasty family secrets will be “leaked” about the Roberts family.
I just had to go see what Dem. Underground is saying over these decisions....LOLOLOLOLOLOL
Oh they are more than p*ssed....burning up says it well! Ha!
One interpretation I’m hearing is that it will allow the administration to issue a regulation saying that the fedgov will pay for this.
IOW, the USSC ruling says “closely help corporations” don’t have to pay for it, but rather, millions of individual taxpayers WILL be forced to pay for it.
That’s just GREAT. /sarc
For some schadenfreude you can visit:
WOW! Just WOW!
Very narrow decision. Applies only to closely held corporations. Government workaround is just to pay for BC directly.
Yes, that is exactly what is pretty scary abut the vote...too close. Won’t be surprised if Obama tries to overturn this decision.
Does this apply to all cases — EWTN, other religious organizations that protested this provision???
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