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Since: Jan 14

Stafford, VA

#1 Mar 24, 2014
The Supreme Court will hear arguments tomorrow in the Hobby Lobby case.

Should corporations have the right to have religious objections to laws?
THE LAST WARRIOR POET

Barboursville, WV

#2 Mar 24, 2014
-zaphod- wrote:
The Supreme Court will hear arguments tomorrow in the Hobby Lobby case.
Should corporations have the right to have religious objections to laws?
Of course.Separation of church and state remember as it pertains to religious beliefs because those beliefs aren't just practiced in church you retard.You'd be the first to throw separation of church and state up in Christians faces if it was them stepping on toes.Now lets hear your hypocritical excuse to think otherwise in this instance communist fu**turd.LOL

Since: Jan 14

Stafford, VA

#3 Mar 24, 2014
THE LAST WARRIOR POET wrote:
<quoted text>Of course.Separation of church and state remember as it pertains to religious beliefs because those beliefs aren't just practiced in church you retard.You'd be the first to throw separation of church and state up in Christians faces if it was them stepping on toes.Now lets hear your hypocritical excuse to think otherwise in this instance communist fu**turd.LOL
Another clueless response. Look up separation of church and state then get back to me when you understand what it means.
Paws

Huntington, WV

#4 Mar 24, 2014
Churches should only be allowed to be politically active once they start paying taxes. Until then STFU.
xxxxxx

Ironton, OH

#5 Mar 25, 2014
-zaphod- wrote:
The Supreme Court will hear arguments tomorrow in the Hobby Lobby case.
Should corporations have the right to have religious objections to laws?
yes yes yes whatever religion they tell you to be lol. Corporations are people my friend .quote mitt romney
Jefferson

Huntington, WV

#6 Mar 25, 2014
-zaphod- wrote:
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Another clueless response. Look up separation of church and state then get back to me when you understand what it means.
Actually you need to look at the true intent, not the twisted liberal meaning in use today.

You are the king of clue less vague answers and stupid one liners.

Go do your homework.
yep

Huntington, WV

#7 Mar 25, 2014
A company has as much right to determine employee benefits based on whatever that deem fit, be it religion or whatever, as a consumer has the right to refuse to do business with them.
gary

Minford, OH

#8 Mar 25, 2014
if a church member truly beleives in their church and what it stands for by way of contraceptives, no member would even ask, so i dont see the problem, as far as hobby lobby goes, i dont think they have a ghost of a chance.
LILO

Roanoke, VA

#9 Mar 25, 2014
Hobby lobby sure is unique this day and time.They have standards.i support them 100 per cent!

Since: Jan 14

Stafford, VA

#10 Mar 25, 2014
Jefferson wrote:
<quoted text>Actually you need to look at the true intent, not the twisted liberal meaning in use today.

You are the king of clue less vague answers and stupid one liners.

Go do your homework.
Lay it out for us then

How does a company claim individual rights?

Corporations are people is a catchy one liner but it's idiotic. What religion does hobby lobby follow? Does the founder decide? Is there a board that decides? Or do you poll all the employees and go with the majority decision?

What other medical decisions does my employer get to make for me? Should I check with them to see if they have objections about vaccinating my kid?
yep

Huntington, WV

#11 Mar 25, 2014
-zaphod- wrote:
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Lay it out for us then
How does a company claim individual rights?
Corporations are people is a catchy one liner but it's idiotic. What religion does hobby lobby follow? Does the founder decide? Is there a board that decides? Or do you poll all the employees and go with the majority decision?
What other medical decisions does my employer get to make for me? Should I check with them to see if they have objections about vaccinating my kid?
Religion is the reason Hobby Lobby gives for not offering contraceptive coverage, but I don't see how the reason even matters, though I understand it catches on better with the atheist saber-rattlers when it's government vs. religion. It's their company's benefits, and no one has the right to tell them what they should or shouldn't offer as compensation for working there.

The employer makes no medical decision by choosing not to offer coverage of a certain medical procedure or medication. You still have the right to buy it. You also have the right to work elsewhere if you don't like it.

Since: Jan 14

Stafford, VA

#12 Mar 25, 2014
yep wrote:
<quoted text>Religion is the reason Hobby Lobby gives for not offering contraceptive coverage, but I don't see how the reason even matters, though I understand it catches on better with the atheist saber-rattlers when it's government vs. religion. It's their company's benefits, and no one has the right to tell them what they should or shouldn't offer as compensation for working there.

The employer makes no medical decision by choosing not to offer coverage of a certain medical procedure or medication. You still have the right to buy it. You also have the right to work elsewhere if you don't like it.
Actually it's the governments job to make laws about how employers deal with employees. This law regulates what has to be covered under an insurance policy. It's pretty simple.
SaysWho

United States

#13 Mar 25, 2014
-zaphod- wrote:
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Actually it's the governments job to make laws about how employers deal with employees. This law regulates what has to be covered under an insurance policy. It's pretty simple.
Really? Where's that at in the constitution?

I guess it's OK for an employer to have mandatory drug screening, mandatory flu shots, mandatory physicals, mandatory mental health exams but when they don't want to buy your rubbers they've crossed the line!

Funny you look at it as the employer denying you a right, I look at it as an obtrusive government dictating what must be covered under your health plan.

God forbid if you don't like it you go someplace else and work.

Since: Jan 14

Stafford, VA

#14 Mar 25, 2014
SaysWho wrote:
<quoted text>Really? Where's that at in the constitution?

I guess it's OK for an employer to have mandatory drug screening, mandatory flu shots, mandatory physicals, mandatory mental health exams but when they don't want to buy your rubbers they've crossed the line!

Funny you look at it as the employer denying you a right, I look at it as an obtrusive government dictating what must be covered under your health plan.

God forbid if you don't like it you go someplace else and work.
May be a good idea for you to watch a little school house rocks. How a bill becomes a law. The Supreme Court deemed it constitutional and I think they have a better grasp of the law than you might.
SaysWho

United States

#15 Mar 25, 2014
Supreme Court said it was a tax, a revenue. BTW, one that didn't originate in the House. Maybe you need to watch a refresher.

Any way, are you too cheap to buy rubbers you need the gubmint to do it for you?

You are all over the place. I've never seen anyone shuck and jive like you!
THE LAST WARRIOR POET

Barboursville, WV

#16 Mar 25, 2014
-zaphod- wrote:
<quoted text>
Lay it out for us then
How does a company claim individual rights?
Corporations are people is a catchy one liner but it's idiotic. What religion does hobby lobby follow? Does the founder decide? Is there a board that decides? Or do you poll all the employees and go with the majority decision?
What other medical decisions does my employer get to make for me? Should I check with them to see if they have objections about vaccinating my kid?
They're not forcing their religion on the employees retard.And neither should government or those employees force them to lower their standards.Goes both ways you one way Nazi.
THE LAST WARRIOR POET

Barboursville, WV

#17 Mar 25, 2014
-zaphod- wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually it's the governments job to make laws about how employers deal with employees. This law regulates what has to be covered under an insurance policy. It's pretty simple.
You like big government dont you? When does the law go to far for your taste Josef Mengales? Boot shining little fu**turd.LOL
THE LAST WARRIOR POET

Barboursville, WV

#18 Mar 25, 2014
Will you also spy on you neighbors little rat?

Since: Jan 14

Stafford, VA

#19 Mar 25, 2014
SaysWho wrote:
Supreme Court said it was a tax, a revenue. BTW, one that didn't originate in the House. Maybe you need to watch a refresher.

Any way, are you too cheap to buy rubbers you need the gubmint to do it for you?

You are all over the place. I've never seen anyone shuck and jive like you!
You probably haven't dated any women. Birth control pills are not only prescribed as contraception. Maybe ask your mom to break it down for you chief.

Since: Jan 14

Stafford, VA

#20 Mar 25, 2014
THE LAST WARRIOR POET wrote:
<quoted text>They're not forcing their religion on the employees retard.And neither should government or those employees force them to lower their standards.Goes both ways you one way Nazi.
I'll explain a little to you feeb since you're too clueless to read up on what's going on. Hobby lobby is claiming that it has a religious objection to offering health insurance that covers contraception. How is that not forcing their supposed religion on the employees? If it were a Muslim trying to use Islam to avoid covering part of someone's health care you sure would have a problem with it.

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