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Friday, February 10, 2012


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The Institutional Mandate - whether it be the purchaser or the provider - is just as unconstitutional as the Individual Mandate. It's too bad for liberty the insurance companies have aligned themselves with the crony camp. The church should resist joing the crony camp. The cost shifting is beside the point.

“Because the Only Good Progressive is a Failed Progressive”


If we allow ourselves to be duped and accept this "accommodation"
now, what's to prevent him or his successors, at a time that is
politically favorable, from reimposing another, worse mandate?
The "accommodation" du jour will always be up for changing
if we allow the executive to claim power to do so.

The entire idea that the executive branch may with the stroke of
a pen dictate disregard our 1st amendment rights must be utterly

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