Bipartisan House Bill Would Add Religious Exemption to Obamacare Mandate

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    Bipartisan House Bill Would Add Religious Exemption to Obamacare Mandate | CNS News
     
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    No no it doesn't work like that, that bill will never pass
     
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    Good! :clap2: The government has no business punishing people for following their religious convictions.

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    Why not? it's bipartisan That part should be struck down in the Supreme court anyway...But who knows with this bunch
     
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    Yes, it works EXACTLY like that...
     
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    It will never pass Dave boy, sorry. Hey my religion says it's wrong for me to pay for my car insurance, lol what a joke.
     
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    Statism is a religion. The First Amendment disallows the government from promoting that religion.
     
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    No guy boy, it doesn't. Also there is no way that bill will pass, not in the senate andthe president would veto it, no way that passes.
     
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    Obama isn't Emperor, kid, no matter how badly you wish he was.
     
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    I never claimed he was, the op is suggesting that this "bill" will pass and I am saying no it will not. It might make it outof the house, not the senate, and if by some act of god it does, the prez will kill it with a veto.
     

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