The New Healthcare law discriminates against Christians and Jews by denying them exemptions extended to other religions. The requirement that you must purchased healthcare insurance or be subject to fines enforced by the IRS.
These exemptions are reserved for Muslims, Scientologists, Amish, Christian Scientists and Native American Indians who have a “conscientious objection” to insurance.
Separation between church and "state" right?
Who is deciding which religions get the pass?
Does one need a religion to be a conscientious objector? If this is the case then what Dept. of the government and who is the religion Czar?
Of course I ask these question, partly in jest because I know there will be no answer coming from the government. Besides the politicians in DC these days are so much smarter and know what is best for all the people. (Wait, did I just say that.....??)
In any case the fact still remains certain religions are exempt from certain parts of the new healthcare law.
Maybe this is something you want to ask your Congressman or Congresswoman. (Representatives)