He gets off to an interesting start:
ObamaCare uses the Social Security language of the Internal Revenue Code to determine who is eligible for “religious conscience” objection to the insurance mandate. Specifically, the law provides exemptions for adherents of “recognized religious sects” that are “conscientiously opposed” to accepting benefits from any insurance, public or private.
As a consequence of this provision, Muslims may claim a religious exemption that is denied Christians and Jews. Since Islam believes insurance is haraam (forbidden) and likens insurance to gambling, the religion is excluded from requirements, mandates, or penalties set forth in the bill. Others who fall into this category are the Amish, American Indians, and Christian Scientists. Although the U.S. Constitution grants all Americans equal protection of the law, some Americans are more equal than others.
Ok, I can go with the flow here. I recall Quakers and conscientous objectors being exempt from the draft into military service, so similar logic may apply here.
This, however, is when the red flags started waving (my emphasis):
In a curious way the privilege granted Muslims and denied to most others translates into what Muslims call “dhimmitude,” or the taxing of non-Muslims in exchange for the acceptance of their presence. Intentionally or not, ObamaCare allows for the establishment of this practice and Sharia dictates in the United States. Conversely, if a Christian refuses to pay for required health care insurance, liens can be placed against assets and hard prison time could accompany noncompliance. Non-Muslims are, in effect, paying a tax to subsidize Muslims.
Hard prison time will not be accompanying non-compliance; liens may technically arise (per one expert) but cannot be published or filed.
With my confidence cratered, I went back to check the primary claim of Muslim exemption, and guess what? Snopes has tackled this very topic.
Their short answer is FALSE. Their gist is that exemptions from ObamaCare will parallel exemptions from paying the Social Security tax. Some religious groups, such as the Amish, have a long history of seeking and receiving such an exemption (as well as a loss of Social Security benefits), so they would probably receive a similar exemption from ObamaCare.
But per Snopes, Muslims in the US have no history of seeking exemption from Social Security. Absent that precedent their prospects of a successful waiver from the ObamaCare mandate are slim.
Send better agitprop.