We respect religious exemptions for actions. We don’t allow people to avoid paying for things they believe it is immoral to pay for. Finally, it’s disingenuous to discuss whether certain institutions should be permitted a conscientious exemption for birth control without discussing how this shifts costs onto women.
Emphasis mine. This paragraph is the meat. The rest of the diatribe is a bit much. I don’t see how comparing any healthcare issue to car care can be taken seriously; playing into the delusion by extended the thought experiment only serves to reinforce the ridiculousness therein.