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Our Founding Fathers established the Constitution to protect religious freedom. Today's liberals have flipped that notion on its ear, using government to destroy every last vestige of religious freedom left in America.
Yes, I'm talking about Obamacare and the unconscionable abortion, sterilization, and contraceptive mandate. We are not free to choose our health care. We are not free to exercise our religion as we see fit. The unholy alliance of big government and radical feminism have left us with Hobson's choice.
Burn in Hell, or die.
A federal judge ruled against Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby and Mardel on Monday in the companies' bid to block enforcement of contraceptive health-insurance provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
In his ruling on a preliminary injunction, U.S. District Judge Joe Heaton said the retailers were "secular, for-profit corporations" and did not have free-exercise rights under the First Amendment.
There it is in black and white. In 0bama's America you cannot freely exercise your religion. There is a price to be paid, a poll tax for the privilege of living in this once great nation. Buy health insurance and guarantee the destruction of your immortal soul by committing a grievous sin, or forego coverage altogether, and then still pay into this abominable system via John Roberts' Tax That Dare Not Speak Its Name.
Where is government to protect the rights of a small minority? Busy making sure Christmas goes down the memory hole, that's where.
A federal judge Monday denied a bid by churches to force Santa Monica to reopen spaces in a city park to private displays, including life-sized Christmas Nativity scenes.
The city shut down the six-decade tradition last year after a bitter dispute between religious groups and atheists, who overwhelmed the city's auction process for display sites, winning most of the 21 slots.
They worship Mother Gaia, not the Son of Man.
And they force us to bow to their holy sacrament of abortion whilst defiling every tenet of our faith.
Because we aren't the right kind of small minority. Our beliefs aren't hip, they're not in tune with all the cool kidz. We don't fit in, and we haven't yet moved on to the blow-shit-up-so-they'll-respect-us stage.
But if this isn't the culmination of a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object — to reduce us under absolute Despotism, then I don't know what is.
I want my country back. Give me Liberty, or give me Death!
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