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Abortion Advocates Upset Over President's Talk with Archbishop Dolan Comments

The Department of Health and Human Services will soon mandate that private health insurance plans provide contraceptive services, some of which are abortifacent, to women at no cost. Under the mandate's "religious exemption" some claim that churches can exempt themselves from this requirement. However, the US Conference of Catholic Bishops and other religious organizations have been lobbying hard to petition Congress and the White House to ... Continue Reading

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  1. techwreck
    2 years ago

    Lowey is just pretending that the talks made a difference. Since the President has been lying to a national audience about his position on abortion since 2006, Abp. gets an "attaboy" for trying but no expectation of results. I know, I know, God can do anything, but he gave politicians a free will and we know who most of them listen to. Obamacare was certainly not designed by God.

  2. Doc G
    2 years ago

    By the way, before his election, then candidate Obama promised the Planned Parenthood Association that his first act would be to sign the Freecom of Choice Act. He didn't, but I don't believe that it was presented to him, either. So, when was he prevaricating,then or now?

  3. Doc G
    2 years ago

    Personally, if the President told me it was raining out, I's check the window.

  4. abey
    2 years ago

    Maybe Lowey should be reminded that the U.S. population is going down, whereas Pagan populations are going up, unless off course she looks into the solution of keeping up the country's populations through greater immigrations, who would be obliged to her party., as a long term strategy.


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