Another RWNJ that has bellied up to the pig trough of RW lies and gobbled it up without even looking at the garbage that has been dumped in the trough.<quoted text>
I have already posted the section of obamacare a couple of times now which describes the exemptions for muslims, yet the nut job liberals on here keep asking for it.
BOY ARE THEY ASKING FOR IT.
Obama is losing and they feel it. So expect the vitriol to increase as the election draws closer.
"ISNA Welcomes The New Health Care Reform Law
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Washington, DC - March 23, 2010) The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) applauds President Barack Obama on the signing of the Health Care Reform Bill into law. "Today," Obama stated, "after almost a century of trying; today, after over a year of debate; today, after all the votes have been tallied - health insurance reform becomes law in the United States of America."
With the passing of this Bill, ISNA believes, the United States proved once again that it is an exemplary nation where progress is part and parcel of the institution of government. "We are glad to see members of Congress working to improve the lives of their constituents," said Mohamed Elsanousi, ISNA Community Outreach Director. "Health care is a basic human right and should be available to all those who seek it," he added.
ISNA has been a longtime supporter of Health Care Reform. Our partnership with Cover the Uninsured, as a member of it's National Interfaith Advisory Board, spans over a decade and has yielded such victories as the reauthorization of the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) Bill into law in 2009, helping provide more than 8 million American children with health insurance. During the Health Care Reform debate this last year, ISNA has issued a position paper in support of Health Care Reform and facilitated the participation of Muslim health professionals in the debate by organizing round table discussions and holding meetings to develop a strong position among them in support of Health Care Reform. ISNA also promoted Health Care Reform among its members and affiliate organizations.
"This inclusive health care reform is important and necessary to protect the most vulnerable members of our society, the uninsured," said Dr. Ingrid Mattson, president of ISNA."