by Josh Ely, Josh Noble and Andrew Ireland, WND
The US Supreme Court’s decision Monday to allow businesses to opt out of Obamacare’s contraception mandate for reasons of conscience is a “rebuke” to President Obama, according to critics.
“This is a huge win for people of [conscience] and a stern rebuke for Obama and his HHS secretary, Kathleen Sebelius, who have repeatedly overstepped their authority and attempted to strip Americans of their precious freedoms,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.
Newman said his organization has opposed the Affordable Health Care Act from the beginning because of its “funding of abortion and life-ending drugs” and expressed thankfulness that “Obama’s tyrannical mandate, which ran roughshod over our religious freedoms, has been struck down.”
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