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Hobby Lobby and Conservative Christians Win, Democrats and Socialists are scrambling

In a 5 to 4  split Supreme Court decision, Hobby Lobby and others have won their case. It did not take long for the liberal talking points to present themselves. Let us explore what is fundamentally wrong with some of the lefts views of this situation. In order to do this I will take the talking points from self-proclaimed left-wing ideologue Dan Slott:
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To be clear Dan Slott and others want to impose their beliefs and force people to pay for what they do not believe in. Where are the business owners rights in their views? So really, they are “assholes” for not wanting to pay for something they do not believe in because a group wants to impose their rights on them. Dan Slott is a hypocrite. You do not have the right to have FDA approved drugs; it is not in the Bill of Rights.

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The answer would be no, people like Dan like to stretch the truth to extremes. We have had issues in the past and in most cases, the results supported the minority groups. Dan needs to get his facts straight.

 

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Dan Slott is full of faulty logic…if you can even call it logic. I am sorry but I have yet to see his personal growth he keeps repeating the same behavior.

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I will help you out and point the flaw in the “logic” here. Should you have to pay for something that goes against your religious beliefs or even strong beliefs? What if the government put a new regulation that all businesses have to supply assault rifles to employees would you be okay with that. I am sure your answer would be no.

The decision is also not prejudicial to women in any way it takes both a man and a woman to make a child so it works on both genders. Why would the left assume that only the woman is impacted by having a child I see a major flaw in that “logic”.

I would also like to address a key point that the liberals tend to leave out (the employees still have 16 types of birth control that is covered out of the 20). The only types of birth control they do not have to supply are the ones that are after the act not before. The reason for this is that they do not believe in abortion. The liberals scream about women’s rights yet they are silent and have no outrage for baby’s rights? I will stand up and speak for the children that do not have a voice! We have a system where all the parents (notice it is not just women’s responsibility) have to do is take the baby to dedicated places and give the child away with no questions, so I ask you why do we have to kill the child? Is convenience more important that life? I really cannot see the logic in the lefts view here. Yet the left view themselves as champions of rights yet the never speak or stand up for the truly defenseless.

 

 

 

 

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14 comments on “Hobby Lobby and Conservative Christians Win, Democrats and Socialists are scrambling

  1. I would say Dan Slott should stick to comics, but reading your guys’ comments here and at Doug’s blog leads me to believe he may not be doing well in that department
    either!

    Every company has different benefits, if for whatever reason HobbyLobby’s fall short of one’s expectations, then seek employment elsewhere. They make it sound like the company banned their employees from birth control, all of it. That is hardly the case, and maybe I’m crazy but if 16 out of 20 forms of birth control isn’t good enough for someone; maybe it’s time to reexamine their life choices….HobbyLobby isn’t the problem.

    • Thank you for reading and responding Patrick. Comic sales could be worse but then again they have fallen significantly. One might ask why you would spread hate about 50% (a very rough estimate) of the population of the US when you need their money for profit.
      I find it funny how writers that want complete freedom want to block others freedom.

  2. The other argument that left-wing people will use in this debate is that “contraceptives are not the same as abortifacents”, which is actually not true. Many forms of contraceptives actually have the same effects as abortifacents. They will terminate a pregnancy that is already in progress just the same as an abortifacent will.
    I think it’s so sad that people are so eager for “children’s rights,” yet they seem to forget about the unborn child as well! The culture we see today is very much one of inconsistency.
    (Also, Mr. Slott got his facts wrong. Christians are not the only ones who do not support abortion or contraception. Many Muslims, especially conservative or “traditional” Muslims also oppose those exact same things. Mr. Slott is guilty of faulty generalizations on several counts.)

    • LOL, I agree I had that very discussion in another forum. The guy kept trying to use that very argument and I provided him with information and he refused to accept the science even though he was using science to support his argument.

      “(Also, Mr. Slott got his facts wrong. Christians are not the only ones who do not support abortion or contraception. Many Muslims, especially conservative or “traditional” Muslims also oppose those exact same things. Mr. Slott is guilty of faulty generalizations on several counts.)”

      You have a great point! As you are finding this guy has a personal set of rules and he tends to lack many facts. I guess that is what bothers me, he preaches his views to thousands and he is ignorant on the very subjects he preaches. This provides people with a very narrow short sighted view. If you notice he is a very big hypocrite that has a high level of cognitive dissonance.

      • Indeed. Also, another sad part is that women who use abortifacents and/or contraceptives have trouble having children for years–perhaps the rest of their lives–afterward. And the “approved by the FDA” label doesn’t count for much. Those same drugs cause cancer. I think the abortion/contraception debate is basically a no-win situation for everyone. The saddest part is that so many women are fooled or press-ganged into these sorts of self-destructive behaviors.
        I guess it’s just a warning to us all to research our subjects (on more than just Wikipedia, which can be notably biased or polarized too much in one direction or the other) thoroughly before trying to discourse. (I don’t like Wikipedia much. If I’m looking for more than just what something is, and trying to get more information, I try to go to other sites to research. Part of why I don’t like Wikipedia is because one time I was researching paranormal sightings in order to make a supposed paranormal sighting in a short story realistic, and the article sounded very biased indeed, like the author really did believe in ghosts, rather than properly skeptical and evenhanded, and was rather poorly written besides. Nothing screams “don’t read me!” like a sentence with dangling modifiers or whose adjectives and modifying phrases don’t correspond to what they modify. Grrr.)

      • I am not a big fan of Wikipedia either, I will use it as a starting point for finding information but that is about it. I don’t trust it or its sources.
        “another sad part is that women who use abortifacents and/or contraceptives have trouble having children for years–perhaps the rest of their lives–afterward.
        I agree, that does not make it sound very safe in my opinion. I love all of the womens rights arguments yet they leave out the rights of the baby, where is their rights. They will try to avoid that by sepearating themselves from the act by telling themselves that it is not a baby yet. I am sorry but it is a life, and they want to kill it.

      • Sometimes I think that someone has been lying to these people, saying that babies aren’t human until after birth, or after the second trimester. Which is just not scientific, if you think about it.

      • I agree, I tell them to ask any woman that has lost a baby and see what they thought. My wife lost one early and I do not see how anyone could think that it was not a life.

      • Two of my siblings between my second-youngest sister and youngest sister were miscarried. We actually had our mom give us an abbreviated version of the grief-coping course she took in college to help us out, since we were so upset by it.

      • I am sorry to hear that about your family. A few years ago I had to get my unborn child out of the toilet; it was a very sad day in my house.

      • That’s horrible. :’-(

      • God has his reasons, I will not question them.

      • Yes. The little ones are praying for us, too, waiting to meet us in Heaven. (And that is an encouraging thought.)

  3. A interesting video I found today.

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