2.There's an exception in the law for religious institutions who's purpose is primarily religious (such as a church). But the Catholic Church owning a hospital does not give them the right to circumvent workplace laws and standards.Contraceptives shouldn’t be mandatorily covered by Health Insurance at CATHOLIC institutions; that is a clear violation of separation of church and state. It’s funny how the Left pretends the separation of church and state doesn’t exist when it gets them free stuff.
3.It's hardly necessary to "scare" women when you come right out and say it like that. Are you perhaps not aware that reproductive rights are a vitally important issue to a lot of women, and that they don't agree with you?Any organization that practices abortion should not be funded by the federal government, that’s pretty obvious.
It does if the points are related, which they are in this case. Either your assumptions or your reasoning about this election were faulty (and not just a little faulty. You thought Romney would cruise). You don't seem to have gone through much intellectual rigueur to find out where your error lay.I see you haven’t taken that course in logical reasoning yet, I really hope you do so we can have a decent discussion for once. I being wrong about one speculative point doesn’t prove that I am wrong about any other point.
Oh? And what were the reasons I thought Obama would win?I was right about Kerry losing to Bush, Bush beating Gore, and Obama beating McCain. I am surprised you are so proud of yourself for predicting the outcome of the election considering your reasons for thinking Obama would win were complete bogus, you’re like the sports analyst who predicts a team will win because they’ll run the ball all game long and they do end up winning but because they passed the ball all day long. That doesn’t impress me much.