posted on Dec, 31 2012 @ 06:16 AM
the constitutional rights apply to individuals, not businesses, not churches, not institutions, and thank god!! not governments! businesses,
churches, ect, are groups of people and as such, the beliefs that are found within are very varied.
so, can a owner of a business get away with having a pentecostal prayer session with their employees everyday? or would they find themselves in
while you go on raving about how the poor rights of those institutions are being ignored, well, you are ignoring the fact that the individuals rights
will be trampled on regardless of what this ruling says!! after all it still will be forcing millions of people to take part in an insurance scam
that is providing free birth control won't it?
and well, don't ya think that there are many people out there, regardless of weather they are members of any religion or not who might have a moral
issue with taking their grocery money and using it for useless insurance and letting their children go hungry (making that useless insurance policy
not so useless by the way)???
maybe some of us are just so sick and tired of all the scams that we are having moral issues with just trying to live in this screwed up society??
if you are feeling that our government is trampling on your rights to practice your religion the way you believe you should be, well, the church's
have nothing to do with it, matter of fact, I found that the church's and their doctrines were basically doing the same thing, which is why I am no
longer a member of any church!!
you are an individual, you may or may not be a member of a church.....if you feel that they are stepping on your rights, speak up as an individual,
and just don't protect the rights of the institutions.
no business as far as I am aware, can legally force the individual members to expose themselves to extreme religious expression in the workforce.
regardless if the boss feels that god has told him to have lunchtime pentecostal revivals every day or not.
I don't think the argument holds water.