The Supreme Court’s recent decision in the Hobby Lobby case striking down ObamaCare’s Abortion-Pill Mandate has infuriated liberals in Congress.
Now they’re trying to overrule the Supreme Court.
Leftist Senator Patty Murray, with the support of leftist Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, has introduced a bill that would effectively reverse the Supreme Court’s ruling and force even Christian employers to pay for abortion pills for their employees.
They must not succeed.
We’re mobilizing our resources on Capitol Hill to block this life and liberty-destroying effort. But we need your help. Tell Congress no. Tell Congress to preserve religious liberty and protect life.
Members of Congress,
Religious liberty should be a bipartisan cause. You must protect religious freedom and defend life. Say no to any effort to overrule the Supreme Court and reinstate the Abortion-Pill Mandate.
Yesterday, liberal Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer lambasted Democrats for the political failure of both ObamaCare and the stimulus. While he certainly has not changed his core belief that government can solve all the people’s ills (and said as much), he slammed his party for its political failures.
The lesson we learn from Jonathan Gruber (the MIT professor turned high-paid ObamaCare architect who admitted the Administration deceived the public to pass ObamaCare) is that the Obama Administration will do or say anything to prop up ObamaCare. You know the litany of lies (you can keep you plan,
Ian Tuttle has a nice piece up over on the homepage about the Democrats’ many efforts to distance themselves from Jonathan “ stupidity of the American voter ” Gruber. He used to be known as the “architect” of Obamacare and now, according to CBS News , the Democrats are trying to “turn Gruber into a...
As now the third video emerges of “Obamacare architect” Jonathan Gruber ”insulting voters,” it’s important that we remember the context for Obamacare’s lies, spins, evasions, and deliberate obfuscation. Obamacare was so expansive, so unpopular, and so outside the perceived will of the voters, that...