If an employee goes out and buys bullets or bomb makings with his pay and kills people, fair to say this was unforeseen. Or if they choose to go out and get an abortion, give money to Satan worship etc.<quoted text>
But here's the crux of the thing where I don't think we'll be able to meet eye to eye -. I don't believe a business offering insurance that covers contraception is having their religious rights taken away any more than a business that pays a salary to someone who chooses to use that money to do something against the employer's religious beliefs. Whether it's salary or insurance, it's up to the employee how they choose to use it.
How if the employer hears about this, they would have to find legal way to deal with it just lie about why they're firing the employee.
OTOH if an employer goes out onto the open market to buy health insurance, there are several plans with different options they can choose from to buy. And this where their own values come into play. IMHO
Bill Maher might attribute this to the nature of our president, or as he calls him "President Blackenstein" mocking the right.<quoted text>
What kills me is that this really is just a farce to whittle away at the ACA. Prior to the ACA, multiple Catholic organizations were offering insurance that covered contraception, and no one ever made a big deal about it.
Seemed like a lot of things were ok under Bush that suddenly became Socialist or Kenyan.
Like running up the debt. And so on.
Funny how Bush doubled the debt but the tea baggers didn't show up till we had a black president of unknown origin!