Saturday, August 16, 2014

Coat hangers for sale at Hobby Lobby

Hobby Lobby, as you know, won the lawsuit because the Supremes, guided no longer by the U.S Constitution, but by conservative Christian ideology, decided the chain could forgo providing for women's needs by its insurance company. All of which is more than a little hypocritical in light of the fact that Hobby Lobby buys junk made in China by Chinese women, many of which are subjected to forced abortions.


William Kendall said...

The evangelicals need to park their sanctimoniousness at the door. It's a business, not a personal testimony, and their employees have rights.

Too bad the Court can't see it that way.

Bob Poris said...

If Hobby Lobby can decide what their employees can do or not do, what if Orthodox Jewish owners decides no non Kosher products can be consumed or stored in their place of business as it risks contaminating their food storage facilities, dishes, etc and is very offensive to the religious Jewish employees?

I assume Muslims could have similar rules and perhaps other religions have simil=r restrictions, dress codes, wearing of lips stick, tattoos etc. The list might be endless.

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