Tuesday, 7/1/14, Public Square

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by | July 1, 2014 · 6:00 am

19 responses to “Tuesday, 7/1/14, Public Square

  1. I wonder how Hobby Lobby justifies selling Chinese-made products in their Christian stores that refuse to pay for insurance to provide birth control to their employees – but yet China has forced abortions as their policy?

    Just asking…….. but I guess making money off those Chinese-made products is more important than their stated Pro Life stance here in America?

    • I am thoroughly convinced that Republicans – especially those who profess to be such Compassionate Christians – are those folks who would stomp on their dead mother’s body to get that dime in her hand.

      There is no shaming or embarrassing these folks – they are incapable of any emotions, compassion or empathy.

      MONEY rules their lives and their blackened hearts..

    • Damn I wish I had came here first instead of Yahoo news! I have been arguing and using common sense on the posts about Hobby Lobby. And here is something I could have used and pointed out …

  2. http://aattp.org/gop-senator-women-use-birth-control-for-mostly-recreational-behavior/
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    As long as we have GOP Congressmen expressing their ideas as to how women are just using birth control for ‘recreational use’ – maybe the women of America will wake up and come to the conclusion they need to vote in EACH and EVERY election – starting with midterm 2014.

    But – we need to make a public example out of men like Mike Lee…….

  3. Jonathan Mann writes a song every day. Yesterday, he turned Justice Ginsburg’s epic, blistering Hobby Lobby dissent into a pretty good one!

    Why can’t he be on the Supreme Court?

  4. Juanita Jean weighs in

  5. NO MORE CONSERVATIVE PRESIDENTS OR GOVERNORS MEANS NO MORE CONSERVATIVE JUDGES!

    (from the link): “In fact, the Court’s decisions in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby and Harris v. Quinn conform to an established pattern for the Roberts Court. It’s generally a two-step process: in confronting a politically charged issue, the court first decides a case in a “narrow” way, but then uses that decision as a precedent to move in a more dramatic, conservative direction in a subsequent case.”

    THE TRAP IN THE SUPREME COURT’S “NARROW” DECISIONS
    http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/newsdesk/2014/06/hobby-lobby-the-supreme-courts-narrow-decisions.html

  6. This is a great read!

    THE SUPREME COURT HAS A FAVORITE RELIGION, AND THAT’S A BIG PROBLEM
    http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/The_Hobby_Lobby_Case

  7. A person, a company: They’ve been judged the same!
    (Dad, Pastor, Investor … what’s in a name?)
    But women? Still property: men’s vassals, mere fools.
    For proof ask the men who still write all the rules.

  8. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2014/06/30/hobby-lobby-shows-that-we-need-to-get-rid-of-the-employer-based-health-insurance-system/

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    If nothing else – the SCOTUS ruling on Hobby Lobby should be a springboard to get everyone’s health insurance out of the employer’s hands…

    Can I get an Amen?