Sharpton: 'We Have One More Week To Prove' that ObamaCare 'Is a Godsend'

'Getting people covered, saving them money, stopping insurance companies from discriminating against people with preexisting conditions -- That's not a catastrophe, it's a godsend'

MSNBC’s Rev. Sharpton Declares ObamaCare a ‘Godsend,' Colleague Ball Dismisses Religious Objections (NewsBusters)

Appearing on Monday’s PoliticsNation, MSNBC’s Krystal Ball spat on the religious liberty that Hobby Lobby is presently fighting to defend before the U.S. Supreme Court. The co-host of The Cycle refused to believe that the Hobby Lobby case is about religious liberty, insisting it is actually about “whether your employer can decide what kind of health care you're going to have access to.” She scoffed, “Employers and corporations don't have a religion.”

Really, Krystal? A corporation itself may not have a religion, but many employers certainly do. Employers are human beings with thoughts and beliefs just like the rest of us. Should their religious convictions not be respected, as well as their autonomy to run their businesses as they see fit?

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