Fiery Why Can't the Little Sisters of the Poor Get an ObamaCare Exemption?
In an op-ed today on FoxNews.com, Judge Andrew Napolitano slammed the Obama administration for what he calls an attack on freedom of religion.
Napolitano is referring to the legal battle between the government and the Little Sisters of the Poor, a Catholic charity that objects to the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act.
The group has asked the Supreme Court to grant an exemption from having to cover contraception, saying it violates their religious beliefs.
"Generally, for almost 230 years, the federal government left us alone to choose freely our religious practices and to worship as we believe. Until now," Napolitano wrote.
Judge Napolitano sat down with Steve Doocy this morning to further go over the implications of this legal battle. Napolitano pointed out how many delays and exemptions have been granted by the Obama administration since ObamaCare took effect on October 1.
"The president gave an exemption to labor unions. The president gave an exemption to certain corporations. The president delayed the onset of difficult-to-comply-with regulations for his political pals. He is resisting mightily, these nuns," said Napolitano.
Watch the full discussion above.