Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Fortenberry et al Challenge Obama's War on Religion

The press thinks, and Democrats hope, the controversy surrounding President Obama’s contraception mandate issue has dissipated.

It hasn’t.

Jill Stanek reports on a hopeful meeting today of 50 Congressional representatives who are standing up for legislation that opposes Barack Obama's war on religion. Specifically, the bill would protect the religious liberty and conscience rights of every American who objects to being forced by an immoral Nanny State  to pay for abortion drugs and procedures -- abortion drugs and procedures that were recently mandated by the Obama administration's HHS Department.

Among those meeting is the sponsor of the House measure, Jeff Fortenberry of Nebraska. Others scheduled to be there include Lee Terry. Way to go, guys.