The editors of National Review have written a piece (1,100 words) titled “ACLU vs. Civil Liberties.”
[T]he issue is not whether those who wish to avail themselves of certain services [e.g. abortion and “gay marriage”] will be able to, but that those who object to them must be forced to participate.
Opening excerpt from Denny Burk’s take on this editorial:
This editorial from National Review is wisdom crying out in the streets. It’s just plain old common sense, which for some reason has become increasingly uncommon these days. It takes on two popular tropes from the Left:
1. “Don’t like abortion? Don’t have one.”
2. “How will my gay marriage affect you?”
Denny’s complete post (200 words): The Left’s Total War on Religious Liberty | Denny Burk.
It’s odd that the America which, as far as I know, still allows conscientious objectors to war will not allow conscientious objectors to abortion and “gay marriaage.”
“Righteousness exalts a nation but sin is a disgrace to any people.” – Proverbs 14:34