First of all there were 2 women on the panel, just not that particular part of the panel that liberals have put out there.stopbush (10,385 posts) Profile Journal Send DU Mail Ignore
Rachel Made A Great Point About Daryll Issa's All-Male Panel Tonight
She pointed out how Issa's excuse for not having any women on the panel was because, "this is about religious freedom, not contraception."
Rachel pointed out that Issa was saying that (apparently) women have no say when the topic is religious freedom, either.
More importantly, liberals are saying that women should have been on the panel because it would have changed the results and the decision should have been that BECAUSE it's something they want that the constitutionality of it was not something to consider or rule on.
If that was the case liberals wouldn't have a problem with this. NO CHURCH is denying anyone the right or opportunity to buy birth control. Liberals just want the CHURCH FORCED to pay for it.Star Member JDPriestly (29,804 posts) Profile Journal Send DU Mail Ignore
2. I think that one person's religious freedom ends where another
person's personal freedom begins. My Catholic employer's freedom of religion ends where my freedom to use birth control begins. That is how I see this.
I don't walk into a Catholic Church and begin to sing A Mighty Fortress during the Mass. I don't expect the Catholic Church to walk into my bedroom and preach against contraception.