And what’s somewhat surprising is that it’s a judge in Michigan, a state that hasn’t gone for the Republican in a Presidential election since 1988 — you could safely say it’s a Democratic stronghold.
Once again, Obama is on the wrong side of this issue.
Looks like the Obama Administration’s war on religion has awakened the sleeping giant, and filled him with a terrible resolve (with all due respect to Admiral Yamamoto).
Earlier this month, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops called for two weeks of public protest in June and July against what it sees as growing government encroachment on religious freedom.
The protests are expected to include priests and nuns and thousands of Catholic parishioners. Some activists expect civil disobedience, which could lead to powerful images of priests and nuns being led away in hand restraints.
If the rhetoric isn’t working in one of the bluest of blue states, how much hope does it have in the rest of the nation?
[Scott] Brown’s continued strength in Massachusetts should alarm Democrats banking on demonizing those on the right as complicit in a “war on women.” Even many voters in the bluest-of-blue state of Massachusetts aren’t buying this line.
Friend-of-a-friend Sarah Hoyt looks at the lefty accusations that the GOP is waging a “war on women” and finds something quite different:
Let me tell you what war is, okay?
War is where the enemy decimates your numbers – like, say in China where abortion is killing mostly females.
War is where you are kept from learning – like in most Arab countries, where women have restrictions placed on their education.
War is where your houses are burned, your children taken away into slavery, your goods looted, and you are dragged away in chains.
The first lawsuit on behalf of a private business owner has been filed against ObamaCare’s contraceptive mandate, joining seven states in taking the highly controversial mandate to the courts. The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ, not to be confused with the ACLU) reported:
It is a tremendously important lawsuit. We filed suit today in federal court in St. Louis, Missouri on behalf of a St. Louis business owner and his company. Our argument is clear: the HHS mandate, which requires employers to purchase health insurance for their employees that includes coverage for contraceptives, sterilization, and abortion-inducing drugs, violates the religious beliefs of our client.