The gist of the Blunt Amendment

The Blunt Amendement failed, and good reason.  It basically said:

All healthcare decisions should be between a woman, her healthcare provider, her god, her insurance company, her employer, her employer’s god, the god of whatever random claims processor at her insurance company, any larger church hierarchy that might be vaguely affiliated with her employer, and anyone else we can think of, basically.  In order to protect individual religious freedom.

Someone, somewhere along that process, might not share said woman’s religious and moral values, and thus might object! And what is religious liberty, if not the right to interfere in other peoples’ private health care decisions, because they don’t share your values??


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