Pro-choice groups are holding a "Not My Boss's Business" rally (see below) to support the Obamacare (the ironically named Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act or ACA for those of you who still think that it's a rousing success) edict that companies must pay for contraception and certain abortion procedures despite their religious (constitutionally protected First Amendment right) objections.
A question: If your contraception is not your boss's business, then why does he have to pay for it? He should just do what he or she is told and shut up.
For all the talk from the left about respecting everyone's differences and the value of diversity, the pro-choice extremists sure don't show a lot of it.
The Supreme Court has previously ruled that government must have a "compelling reason" to trample anyone's religious liberty. There is no compelling reason because contraception is widely accessible and affordable without having to hunt down and throttle the very few companies that hold these religious objections. The demands that every single company fall in line with the given edicts of pro-choice extremists is purely vindictive.
Groups to Hold “Not My Boss’s Business” Rally for Women’s Health and Rights at Supreme Court Tuesday 9am-Noon
People’s Mic to Feature Over 25 2-Min Speeches in Opposition to Corporations that Want to Deny Employees Coverage of Birth Control
WASHINGTON, DC – Supporters of women’s health and rights, including NARAL Pro-Choice America along with Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the American Civil Liberties Union, National Women’s Law Center and more than 40 organizations, will host a “Not My Boss’s Business” rally at the Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 25, as the Court hears arguments in two cases brought by bosses at for-profit corporations to challenge the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that employers provide coverage for contraception as part of an employee’s health plan.