When the Supreme Court ruled in favor of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act, it sparked many emotions in Christian souls. One of them is mourning.
“This is indeed a sad day for the people of this once great nation where liberty has always been equated with freedom of religion, freedom from oppression, and freedom of speech,” says Judie Brown, president of American Life League.
Brown says the government's draconian health care law denies so many rights that the true result is yet unknown, but surely liberty has been trounced in unbelievable fashion.
“Let us pray for our nation,” Brown continues. “We must remember in these dark days that while we are proud to be Americans, our primary loyalty is to God, not man and surely not the government. Civil disobedience appears to be one of the few options we have, and we say bring it.”
The Life Legal Defense Foundation is also disappointed at the Supreme Court's decision. Dana Cody, executive director of the Life Legal Defense Foundation, says the United States has become a “nanny state.”
"The good news is that none of the religious liberty sues related to the anti-life provisions of the Act were decided,” Cody says, “so the hope remains that the draconian anti-life provisions of Obamacare will be ruled unconstitutional."
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