— Richard G. Combs (@rgcombs) August 20, 2014
Senator Mark Udall, a Colorado Democrat, is running for re-election this year, so he’s got some Hobby Lobby fear-mongering to do:
— Mark Udall (@MarkUdall) August 20, 2014
Please, just stop!
This is a horrible lie by Mark Udall meant to scare people. Just awful. https://t.co/Y1pIFZejQL
— Aaron Gardner (@Aaron_RS) August 20, 2014
“Horrible lie” is about right.
— Blake Pine (@LetsBanEvrythng) August 20, 2014
@MarkUdall what a blatant fucking lie. All they do is not support the murder of children by crazy feminists.
— The American (@EnblocGarand) August 20, 2014
@MarkUdall Are you out of your mind? My not donating to your campaign doesn't force you to vote the way I'd like in the Senate, does it?
— Jim (@Ifitsthisname) August 20, 2014
@MarkUdall wow I had no idea Hobby Lobby FORCED people to work for them!
— Tim W H (@timwh88) August 20, 2014
@MarkUdall This is completely misleading and irresponsible. Stop lying to the American public.
— Stacy (@StacyLynn624) August 20, 2014
@markudall 'Buy your own damned birth control' == Religious imposition? You must have been elected by imbeciles.
— Bohemio (@El__Bohemio) August 20, 2014
— Jon McC (@fatdaddybulldog) August 20, 2014
@MarkUdall Hobby Lobby does no such thing.. Why do old white liberal men think they know what's good for me as a woman? Go away.
— Jimni27 (@jimni27) August 20, 2014
Imposing the beliefs of Mark Udall and Democrats is apparently totally acceptable:
.@MarkUdall Individual liberty? Like mandating health insurance?
— John A. Daly (@JohnDalyBooks) August 20, 2014