Religious Discrimination

Discrimination disguised as religious freedom is intolerable. Allowing businesses and individuals to discriminate against people who do not share their faith, or to allow corporations to avoid providing insurance coverage for specific items, such as birth control, that goes against their own religious beliefs, is discrimination. With this argument, it would be acceptable for non-Christian doctors, teachers, lawyers, and other business professionals to refuse to treat, educate, represent or otherwise do business with Christians. Either way, it comes down to protecting and accepting a preferred religion for the United States, which is against the law, unconstitutional, and a violation of the First Amendment rights of freedom of religion.