if birth control is against your religion, don't take it. But denying others access to it is imposing your religious beliefs on others.
Who was suggesting that others be denied access? Obama wants to make you pay for someone else's birth control. Why should you or I be required to pay for someone else's birth control. This is not a question of access. This is a question of making someone else pay for it. In particular it is a question of making someone else pay for something they consider to be murder.
If, during the Bush years, the Democrats filibustered nearly every appointee and bill from the Republicans, you would have lost your friggin mind.
Um, they did to the same degree or greater than the Republicans have under Obama. As to the CFPB, if Bush had created that monstrosity, you would be screaming your head off (hint, it has the power to decide what companies it regulates on the basis of its Director's decision that the company is critical to the financial markets, even if the company is not part of the financial markets). Why anybody thinks that a bill that was created by two of the loudest opponents of fixing the problems in the financial markets before the meltdown were the right guys to craft the law to fix the problems after the meltdown is a mystery to me.