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Enough Of The Fiegned Outrage Already

Updated on July 2, 2014

If You're Allergic To The Truth Then Stop Reading Now

Good grief! According to the left the end of the world is neigh because of the Hobby Lobby decision handed down by the Supreme Court. I don't usually wade into the abortion/reproductive rights issue because that is a very personal decision making area any human being, be they male or female, makes in the course of their existence.

I don't believe that the federal government has any place in those choices but Obama made it his business with Obamacare mandates to waltz right into our bedrooms. The real fact of the matter is that the Hobby Lobby decision was a non-event or should have been. What was ultimately determined by the SCOTUS wasn't a part of the law but a portion of a regulation that HHS mandated to be reality.

Now to an informed American it should be very clear that Obama is taking a judicial pounding many times over for his fecklessness concerning the US Constitution. That needs to remain so no matter what the make up of the nation's highest court is.

I'm thinking that some of these leftists need to be checked to make sure their rabies vaccinations are current with all the venom they seem capable of spewing. Harry Reid (remember the senile Senate Majority Leader) waded knee deep into the fray by insisting that a woman's right to sex on demand far outweighs a company's deeply held religious beliefs and convictions about abortifacients. That was the rub and not contraception as the brain dead among us are contending.

As usual the left trotted out their make believe War on Women. How out of touch of them with the majority of the public's thinking. Like Obamacare, the majority of women oppose the mandate. Isn't it odd that 60% of the female judges who looked at the case along the way up to the SCOTUS opposed that particular mandate? How have we reached the point where a myth is presented as a fact? There isn't any denial of contraception and abortion drugs to any woman in this nation. That is a myth. In many instances it is free under a different federal law. Check out Title X clinics far and wide and see what the truth is. The truth is that these divide and conquer types are intent on pulling the wool over low information voter types to gain what? Votes is the answer of course. It is now bordering on hysteria!

This Shows The Sheer Stupidity Of A Mob

That's the result of a misinformation frenzy on low information types. The lie sounds good so lets go with that. That is exactly how Barack Obama was elected twice. The plain wording from the court was that if one's conscience objects to ordering them to pay for it and if they don't they will suffer crippling fines then it isn't right when there are other means for women to receive those means of contraception, often at no expense.

I don't particularly care to subsidize anyone's sexual proclivities other than my own. Logic also tells an intelligent person that a business is paying an employee wages. With those wages that employee can freely purchase any birth control methods they choose. The whole concept of denying access to birth control is pure rot and a bald faced lie. But logic, sound reasoning and the truth are mere obstacles to the left in advancing their agenda.

The explosion of vitriol on the various social media forums is insane. On Twitter the left is issuing threats of torching Hobby Lobby stores with unbelievably profane utterances. Or here's a novel idea. Go into a Hobby Lobby and have sex with a partner and get your stupid self arrested for that rather than arson.

Meanwhile Obama wants to wade into the political fray by being his usual petulant self. In a rather childish response, which I'm tiring of myself, he warned that he will find another way around a ruling from the highest court in the land in order to get his way. More lawlessness on Obama's part? We'll see. Congress be damned and now the courts too? We suddenly only have one branch of government? His?

I won't even bother to cite the different levels of hypocrisy that Obamazoid cronies are spewing for public consumption. Just lather them up into a mindless frenzy seems to be the order of the day. I would hope that the average woman is smart enough to see right through the horse crap that is being spread as the truth. In the wake of the Hobby Lobby decision there are at least 7 more religious institutions that have received emergency court injunctions against having to comply with such a ridiculous mandate.

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "The truth of the matter is that the case was about abortion, specifically four types of contraception that can result in the destruction of a fertilized egg. Hobby Lobby paid for 16 different types of non-abortive contraceptive coverage for its employees."

That quote is factual and the underlying argument that Hobby Lobby used to prevail in the case. The resulting humma-humma is based upon the continued pursuit of power by the left wing of this nation wanting to stamp out your First Amendment rights to making your own choices in life. They would rather make them for you you see.

Fluke And Hillary Get It With Both Barrels

I invite you to go back and watch that first video one more time to see what should frighten any American in good standing. The sheer ignorance is something to behold.

As Always,

the Frog Prince

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    • The Frog Prince profile imageAUTHOR

      The Frog Prince 

      4 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Mike - They are paid wages to provide for their needs. This whole left wing argument doesn't hold water. What did they do before Obamacare? I just answered that question too.

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      Old Poolman 

      4 years ago

      Thanks Jim, I didn't know that. So really, it has nothing to do with "free" birth control since it is already available. It looks like the main intent was to force those darn evil employers of people to pay for birth control even if they were against women using it?

      What a world we live in............

    • The Frog Prince profile imageAUTHOR

      The Frog Prince 

      4 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Mike Title X clinics are all over this nation and they're free.

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      Old Poolman 

      4 years ago

      I really have to wonder how many women in this country can't afford to buy their own birth control pills. If nothing else they could make these available on the food stamp card and that should take care of those who can't.

      I know, they would have to cut back on the steak and lobster if they used food stamps to buy birth control. Life is a not always fair.

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      WillStarr 

      4 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      Democrats think women are stupid, and will believe them when they claim that women can no longer have access to birth control pills if they aren't free and paid for by their employer.

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      Dianna Mendez 

      4 years ago

      I love the resulting statement from Hobby Lobby lawyers that if the government insists a company must supply drugs to employees, then they should pay for it. Unfortunately, that means more taxes from our pay. I don't understand the support of abortion yet the influx of illegal children allowed into the US.

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      Old Poolman 

      4 years ago

      I wonder how this was handled before the Government got involved?

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      Jackie Lynnley 

      4 years ago from The Beautiful South

      It seems so many have such a blind spot getting the jest of this. Yet if you take a better look how many of us against these aborted babies are having to pay for it anyway, no matter what our beliefs are? Our tax money funds this type birth control and in many states pay for outright abortions that we never agreed to or had a choice in.

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      Stu 

      4 years ago

      While I applaud the Hobby Lobby decision, the SCOTUS is still missing the key point - the federal government has no enumerated power to make law on health care. The PPACA in its entirety is thus unconstitutional. Targeted waivers and delays miss the main point. All three branches of the federal government seem to have forgotten that the Tenth Amendment is still inforce.

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      breakfastpop 

      4 years ago

      Miracle of miracles!!! As far as the Court is concerned, I am sure the IRS will be harassing them!

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      TSAD 

      4 years ago from https:// www.consumeraffairs.com/ online/ hubpages. html

      Too many to get away with, one he can blame on Bush.

    • The Frog Prince profile imageAUTHOR

      The Frog Prince 

      4 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Mike - 13 times it was 9-0 so what then? Knock them all off?

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      Old Poolman 

      4 years ago

      tsad - Not out of the realm of possibility. Now that they have ruled against him several times he will be after them with a vengence.

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      TSAD 

      4 years ago from https:// www.consumeraffairs.com/ online/ hubpages. html

      5 to 4 is a slim margin...I am surprised one of the 5 hasn't been assassinated or poisoned while Obama could appoint a replacement.

      You laugh? What don't you understand about Chicago style politics?

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      Old Poolman 

      4 years ago

      At least we know now that Obama doesn't own every member of the Supreme Court. I had my doubts for awhile.

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      Eric Dierker 

      4 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      SCOTUS made a great decision. I am trying to find out if the employees opposed the Hobby Lobby position.

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      TSAD 

      4 years ago from https:// www.consumeraffairs.com/ online/ hubpages. html

      Obamazoid! I have to add that to my list of Obama legacies and colloquialisms. So far he has far exceeded any other president.

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