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Pelosi is upset that the nation’s Catholic bishops are protesting a potential Obama administration decision forcing insurance companies to cover birth control, contraception and drugs that could cause abortions. They say certain religious groups may not be exempt from providing the insurance, which would violate their moral and religious views.



Pelosi says the position is akin to having hospitals “say to a woman, ‘I’m sorry you could die’ if you don’t get an abortion,” she told the Washington Post.



“Those who dispute that characterization “may not like the language,’’ she said, “but the truth is what I said. I’m a devout Catholic and I honor my faith and love it .?.?. but they have this conscience thing” that the Post said Pelosi “insists put women at physical risk, although Catholic providers strongly disagree.”

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  1. danielT

    danielT 976 days ago Permalink

    “Those who dispute that characterization “may not like the language,’’ she said, “but the truth is what I said. I’m a devout Catholic and I honor my faith and love it .?.?. but they have this conscience thing” that the Post said Pelosi “insists put women at physical risk, although Catholic providers strongly disagree.”

    First of all, Faith doesn't seem to be of any consequence to you at all, Nancy. Claiming faith does sound good though...None of your other lies are convincing either.

    Second, I know you have no conscience for any of your actions.

    Third, How many abortions save mothers' lives as a percentage of those that are simply intended to kill babies? None of us like seeing dead mothers.

  2. gbudavid

    gbudavid 976 days ago Permalink

    Yup...

  3. Shaman01

    Shaman01 976 days ago Permalink

    Distrust people who profess their faith ardently, yet don and doff it like a robe at their convenience, as Mrs. Pelosi exemplifies.

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