You are wrong again Teddy, but at least you are consistent. Religious hospitals are not compelled to pay for contraception for anybody. There was some concern about this a while ago, but a deal was worked out and the hospitals are all happy with the arrangement. There is a Saudi owned television network that keeps repeating this myth, but there is no true to it.Strange that the US Conference of Catholic Bishops has no objections to any of this. Only you and the Saudi royal family. Go figure.Obama’s health care law will mandate that religious hospitals, charities, and schools abandon the tenets of their faiths and provide their employees insurance coverage for abortion-inducing drugs, contraception and sterilization. 1st amendment...religious liberty. Some religious groups simply don't agree with abortions and shouldn't be forced to provide it. That violates the religious groups' right. How about forcing people to buy health inusrance, or be fined? That violates their right to choose.
As far as you health insurance canard I am trying to find the part of the Constitution that says people are required to buy auto insurance and PMI, but not health insurance. If you can find this let me know.