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Hillary-Care Had Provisions Protecting Religious Freedom

From National Review:

Clinton: Hobby Lobby Ruling a Step Toward What You See in ‘Undemocratic,’ Extremist Countries

By Molly Wharton | July 1, 2014

Hillary Clinton thinks the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Hobby Lobby case on Monday is a step toward the kind of anti-women policies seen in extremist, “undemocratic” nations.

The Supreme Court found that employers with religious objections can opt out of the HHS mandate to provide coverage for contraception.

“It is a disturbing trend that you see in a lot of societies that are very unstable, antidemocratic, and frankly prone to extremism,” she said at the Aspen Institute on Monday.

In such societies, the former secretary of state explained, “women and women’s bodies are used as the defining and unifying issue” to bring men together. These men “behave in ways that are disadvantageous to women but which prop up them because of their religion, their sect, their tribe, whatever.”

In other words, enforcing the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RIFA) of 1993 signed by her husband is the equivalent of Sharia Law.

But Hillary’s hypocrisy doesn’t stop there. In 1994, her own championed healthcare reform bill, the Health Security Act (AKA Hillary-Care), also had a carve out for the protection of religious beliefs, especially vis a vis abortion services.

From the Library Of Congress’ Thomas archives:

Senate Bill 2351 (1994) Health Security Act

SEC. 21223. PROVISIONS RELATING TO RELIGIOUS BELIEF OR MORAL CONVICTION.

Nothing in this title shall be construed to–
(1) prevent any individual from purchasing a standard benefits package which excludes coverage of abortion services, if the individual objects to abortion on the basis of a religious belief or moral conviction;
(2) prevent any employer from contributing to the purchase of a standard benefits package which excludes coverage of abortion or other services, if the employer objects to such services on the basis of a religious belief or moral conviction;
(3) require any health professional or health facility to perform or assist in the performance of any health care service, if the health professional or facility objects to performing or assisting in the performance of such a service on the basis of a religious belief or moral conviction; and
(4) require any commercial insurance company, Blue Cross plan, integrated health plan, or any other organization that assumes health insurance risk to offer a package including abortion or other services, if the health plan sponsor objects to covering such services on the basis of a religious belief or moral conviction…

Bear in mind, Hillary and other Democrats were championing this bill a mean twenty years ago. Now they calls such an approach a ‘war on women.’

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014. Comments are currently closed.

One Response to “Hillary-Care Had Provisions Protecting Religious Freedom”

  1. canary

    So, what religion, sect, tribe or whatever do the Clinton’s belong to?

    Hillary Clinton: “These men” like my husband Bill “behave in ways that are disadvantageous to women. but which prop up them” such as Bill’s tribal sexual acts of being propped up, by holding women down against their will, or as Bill was propped up, while Monica was down on her knees “bleep” “bleep” “bleep “bleep” “bleep”..because of his

    a. religion
    b. sect
    c. tribe
    or
    d. whatever

    Hillary Clinton has taught her daughter to remain in her paren’ts tribe of tolerating proppped up men because
    she is a disgusting weak woman.

    It’s pretty bad that Hillary Clinton defended the Muslim Brotherhood and al-Qaeda that took over Eygpt over the moderates just because they had the freedom to assemble and hold signs telling her to leave Bill.

    These countries where women have no choice, yet Hillary embraced and clung on to her male oppressor.
    She had the money to leave him.

    Hillary is the woman that liked Bill’s abuse. She had the money to leave him.


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