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Broken promise: Great Pretender fights for contraception mandate to religious groups

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by thisnumbersdisconnected, Jan 3, 2014.

  1. thisnumbersdisconnected

    Apr 11, 2013
    This lying, dishonest slime ball told Catholic bishops last year that "accommodations would be made, compromises reached" that would keep religious organizations from having to pay for services they could refuse to provide up until Tuesday at midnight. But of course, nothing was done, and now he reneges yet again -- this time on his promise not to violate closely held religious tenets.

    This is comes just a day after eleven state attorneys-general wrote a letter to HHS Sec'y Kathleen Sebelius stating she and her boss have acted illegally in changing the ACA after Congress voted it into existence.

    So what's the Great Pretender do? He urges his fellow Democrats to make the midterms a class war while he himself goes about distracting the media from his duplicitous behavior by proposing ridiculous [URL="http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/01/03/obama-administration-proposes-new-executive-actions-on-gun-background-checks/']new "administrative" remedies for HIPAA regulations[/URL] that make it difficult for mental health records to be accessed when the mentally ill seek to buy a gun.

    Is this clown for real? Is he a traitor? Heck, I'll ask it: Is he the anti-christ? Realistically, no, he's not the last, but he sure is the middle one.
    #1 thisnumbersdisconnected, Jan 3, 2014
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  2. Don

    Don Well-Known Member

    Oct 7, 2000
    Come now, my friend; you simply misunderstood what the president meant: he didn't mean he would make accomodations and/or compromises; he meant he expected them to make accomodations and/or compromises.

  3. church mouse guy

    church mouse guy Well-Known Member

    May 23, 2002
    If you like your historic religious exemption plan, you can keep your historic religious exemption plan....period.