In the past several days, the U.S. Supreme Court has dialed back some policies that are near and dear to the Obama administration such as curtailing some of the powers the EPA has assumed for itself, the President’s “recess appointments” to the National Labor Relations Board, and a Massachusetts law creating a buffer zone for peaceful pro-life advocates outside abortion clinics. They are now set to release their decision on President Obama’s contraceptive mandate that was issued by the President’s HHS to force businesses and nonprofits, even if they object to contraceptives, to cover expenses for some abortion-causing drugs as part of Obamacare.
To shore up this Democratic Party “social justice” concept, the Party has been running a campaign claiming those who oppose this mandate are waging a war on women, denying them the healthcare they are entitled to. Never mind the fact they are waging war on innocent unborn babies and that even poor women have legal and cheap means without the mandate to get abortefacients without making those who object pay for their bad personal decisions.
So are the Court’s recent decisions a good sign for Hobby Lobby and others who have sued over this mandate? Or will the Court uphold the mandate? Many of us are waiting with bated breath to see. I, for one, have been praying about it with the hopes the mandate will be struck down. However, given the Court’s upholding the Affordable Care Act I would venture to guess they will uphold this mandate with the same or similar argument that this mandate is simply a tax and that we are taxed to pay for stuff we object to all the time, or something to that effect.
I’m of the opinion that the Supreme Court, with members who are involved in Freemasonry, may have issued these other rulings I mentioned above as tokens so they can then rule in favor of Obama’s mandate to give the impression to us that they are impartial when they really aren’t. After all, they, like the President, have a New World Order agenda to fulfill and this mandate would be a large leap toward that agenda which falls under the unfettered abortion-on-demand NWO goal. But I could be wrong on this. I sincerely hope I am.
Harry A. Gaylord