The American Spectator : The Little Sisters of Limousine Liberalism.
George Neumayr says Follow the Money, with respect to seeking out the reasons why “Sister Obamacare” Carol Keehan, has supported the Obama shell game, moving financial management of birth control / abortion / sterilization finances to insurance companies, which still includes many self insured Catholic institutions. All of the religiously run institutions will still be paying the cost.
Neumayr notes that being a “Sister of Limousine Liberalism” has its rewards, and gives yearly salaries for a number of individuals who are touting Obamacare, and the birth control/ abortion/ sterilization mandate. Keehan herself pulls down close to a million yearly.
The Catholic Health Association hospitals under her purview also stand to recieve plenty of cash under Obamacare if it is left to continue in its destructive path.
Reid will allow vote on repeal of administration's birth control mandate – The Hill's Healthwatch.
Senator Harry Reid has changed his mind, and decided to allow Sen. Roy Blunt’s Bill to repeal Obama’s birth control/abortive drugs/sterilization mandate to pass to the full Senate for a vote.
This new decision comes after Obamanator’s unilateral “compromise” to shift the administration of the mandate to insurance companies. This includes all the religious entities which are self insured. The compromise still steps on freedom of religion, still has religious organizations paying for things they consider sinful, and still forces people to sell and to buy things which they don’t want.
Here are two possible motivations: One is that Reid’s constituency includes a lot of self insured religious organizations, and they climbed down his throat.
Another is that Obama needs to bail on this very unconstitutional mandate, and Reid has been ordered to allow Congress to rescind it.
You might want to inform your Senators and Congressmen that you expect them to kill the abortive mandate of Obama/Sebelius. It is likely that most of the Dems realize that all their religious voter support will evaporate if they don’t vote for Sen. Blunt’s legislation.