Obama Surrenders in Abortifacient Case

Comment: Who says resistance is futile? Also, get this: The White House tweeted one day in May in response to criticism about Obamacare that “Its. The. Law.” and posted a picture of the President’s signature on the law.  The lady doth protest too much.  It’s the law?  Not when it’s unconstitutional.  The religious freedom issues are still very much alive in about 50 courtrooms all over the country, as this story shows.  People are pushing back and rightly so.

“The Obama administration has surrendered in a key fight with a Christian publisher over the abortion pill mandate in Obamacare, asking a federal court to dismiss an appeal of a ruling that prevented application of the mandate.”

“Tyndale, of Carol Stream, Ill., went to court because it objects to providing abortifacients, as Obamacare requires of every health coverage plan.”

“Tyndale, the world’s largest privately held Christian publisher of books, Bibles and digital media, won in a lower court, which ordered that the abortifacient requirement not be applied to the publishing company.”

“The Obama administration appealed the ruling, but the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has dismissed the appeal at the request of the famously pro-abortion Kathleen Sebelius, the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.”

“Apparently, ADF said, Obama is nervous “about trying to defend its position that a Bible publisher is not religious enough for a religious exemption to the mandate.””

“WND reported a few months ago that the Obama campaign to demand the abortifacients was flopping in the courts.”

“At that point, the Obama administration had suffered 10 losses and only four victories in court fighting for the Obamacare abortion-pill mandate. Since then, there have been several other losses for Obama.”

“ADF has created a video explaining its battle against the Obamacare abortion-pill mandate:” [follow link below]

Obama surrenders in Obamacare battle
Bob Unruh


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