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Me on phone: Hi Nellie, someone just told me you looked like you weren’t feeling well at dinner tonight, and I wanted to check in.
Nellie: Ohhhh… it’s just something that’s happening.
This is gonna be a mess… you know other religious businesses are going to come out and attempt to get exemptions from blood transfusions, vaccines, etc., and cause all sorts of grief for people who want health insurance.
I also don’t get why, if Hobby Lobby/other companies really object so strongly to IUDs and emergency contraceptives, they don’t just opt for paying the tax to not insure their employees (similar price if not cheaper). If you don’t like the package, you don’t take the package. You don’t get to scrap parts of the package you don’t like. That’s not religious freedom, that’s being a dick and trying to be exempt from rules other people have to follow even if they don’t like them.
Are federal laws really so tenuous? Lord!
I wonder if the Supreme Court would have decided corporations could have religious beliefs if Hobby Lobby were run by Muslims.
No…they didn’t win, really? Violation of “Religious Freedom Restoration Act” my ass, you don’t get to curtail individual’s liberties for others’ religious freedom. Baaah!
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