cur-mud-geon: anyone who hates hypocrisy and pretense and has the temerity to say so; anyone with the habit of pointing out unpleasant facts in an engaging and humorous manner
I am not Catholic but I am outraged over the application of PPACA (a/k/a ObamaCare) that has caused the government to determine that all Catholic institutions and health care facilities are no longer going to be able to observe their historical requirements to oppose abortions. Their policies and health care plans will have to be changed to permit abortions.
This is the way the Obama Administration intends to enforce the rules behind PPACA. Out of the government's graciousness, however, the church and related organizations will be granted another year in which to make all this happen.
That this has hit the press in an election year is of significant question. I would've expected that the government would've stood mute until the elections were over. The Catholic church has mounted a fight over this pronouncement and rightfully so. Whether or not this edict is changed, the Catholics in this country ought to register their disgust by voting against the re-election of President Obama. He obviously is not a friend of their church.
Our President seems to believe that he can do anything he wants to do, even to the point of trampling all over the Constitution's promise of the separation of church and state.
If this, what next?