Discussion in 'Current Events' started by moreluck, Jul 5, 2014.
By Chip Bok - July 02, 2014
As you celebrate this stupid decision by the supreme court as a religious christian victory, you both continue to buy products from CHINA which promotes and in some cases forces abortions. Further, China prevents its citizens from having more children than the government wants them to have.
So, you would prefer hobby lobby spend MILLIONS of dollars to buy its products from China who's whole concept is to force abortions and penalties on families but rather, celebrate a cheap victory here in the states where they refuse to have their insurance pay for certain birth control methods.
I just wonder if the owners of a business were muslims, would you be ok with them forcing their religious beliefs on their employees when it came to their health.
Or what about a jehovahs witness employer refusing to allow an employee a blood transfusion in a serious accident?
Off course the Liberals miss the fact ---Women are free to buy their own contraceptives.
If the women working for Hobby Lobby cannot be "satisfied" with 16 contraceptive products PAID for by their employer ---maybe they should find a new "Hobby"
Maybe as a male, you should worry about your OWN genitalia, rather than worry about what a woman does with hers.
Best birth control is looking like a Democratic female.
Ya, Ann Coulter is model material! NOT..
I'd do her.
Man, it doesnt surprise me. Just remember, sex relationships are frown upon by conservatives, so keep it on the down low.
I don't know if you don't like women so keep it on the down low.
Get married...good form of birth control...and lock jaw too
As a male, why don't you let the women speak for themselves? Instead of putting words in their mouth? Chauvinistic much?
Kmart sux. So does Walmart. And Orion.
Hobby Lobby Ruling Falls Short
Isn't it going to cost the company more $$ in the long run if I get pregnant and put that child on my health insurance plan...vs a couple hundred a year for birth control pills?
Seems to me you are making assumptions that may or may not be true.
Math escapes the religious right, unless of course, they are spending their money on products from a country that uses government to control reproductive births or pays for abortions.
Its ok when tens of millions of dollars is spent on another country who forces abortions, but not ok to spend a few thousand of birth control in our own country.
Thats the mindset of the moron.
Assumptions? No, I'm speaking hypothetically.
That may be true but the construction of the first part of your question appear based on assumptions to me. But hypothetical it is I guess.
Way back when I was having kids (baby is 42 now) UPS didn't pay for birth control pills, but they'd pay for the entre having a baby thing.....it never made any sense to me
when it's way cheaper to just pay for some pills.
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