Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Obozo v. Religious Freedom

Actually, this is serious.

The DOJ, in an amicus brief filed on the case, is not satisfied to argue in favor of limiting religious freedom so that the government can dictate what kind of other employees are not subject to the ministerial exception, the DOJ is arguing that there should not even be a Ministerial Objection.  In essence, the DOJ is arguing that government regulation should be able to dictate what kind of ministers a religious organization can hire and fire, First amendment be damned.

(Hosanna-Tabor v. EEOC)

Holder:  Gun-Runner, Racist, Anti-Religion nutcase.


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