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Two reasons why Obama thinks religious freedom does not apply to business Comments

According to Obama, there are two reasons why freedom of religion, promised in the First Amendment, does not apply to you as an employer. Federal prosecutors are presenting the sub-stellar arguments against Hobby Lobby, a chain of arts and craft stores. Hobby Lobby is the first to face the wrath of the administration for fighting back against its unconstitutional mandates requiring religious employers to pay for employee contraceptives, ... Continue Reading

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  1. suzanne brandt
    2 years ago

    The great sifting is upon us. Past time for us to know why and where we stand on these issues. The. Story of Daniel has become so much more than a story. Standing with Hobby Lobby in prayer!!! God bless you tonight and give you peace.

  2. Bill Sr.
    2 years ago

    There are only two stumbling blocks on Obama;s road to the secular progressive's government run socialist Utopia; Christianity and the Constitution. He has time after time shown little or no respect for the concepts and sanctity of either of them. He speaks of civility and governs as a dictator blaming any interference to his agenda to totally transform America on those who cherish religious freedom and/or our founding documents. Most if not all of those who oppose him are quickly referred to in any number of wicked terms by his reverent media and adoring cultists on the left who have managed to establish their own hierarchy in Washington adhering to and honoring only the Democratic platform which wanted to remove all mention of God from its dogmatic Obama inspired agenda.
    One can not deny that regardless of how the press attempts to portray their messiah's message his actions and edicts clearly indicate he will not rest until he and his minions in congress have legally disenfranchised our religious freedom and his liberal courts have judged our Constitution obsolete.

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