Sigh. They just can’t stop lying.
Sigh. They just can’t stop lying.
“Thou shall not mess with one’s reproductive rights – Fallopians 24:7.” Now we’re convinced your rights were trampled by the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision.
Just a little.
Pitifully, the idea wasn’t even original.
This was Sandra Fluke’s take on the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Hobby Lobby case that was announced earlier today:
Dana Loesch led off schooling of the fact-challenged Fluke:
And then some:
That fact is conveniently omitted from liberal talking points on the issue.
Fluke’s “ironic” use of the #NotMyBossBusiness hashtag was spotted:
Editor’s note: The headline of this post has been corrected to fix a typo. Twitchy apologizes for the error.
The Supreme Court’s decision on the Hobby Lobby case got Paul Begala to spinning like a top:
It sounds like the Hobby Lobby ruling might have stepped in the way of the Left’s goal of the government having control over the personal lives of Americans.
What a surprise. Feminist actress/director Lena Dunham is upset about the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Hobby Lobby religious freedom case. Also not surprising: Dunham thinks the Court has somehow denied Hobby Lobby employees access to birth control. This is very similar to the misleading rhetoric being used today by congressional Democrats.
Why is this so hard for liberals to understand?
Remember the campaign event in Roanoke, Va., at which President Obama famously declared, “You didn’t build that”? Chances are if you shop at craft store chain Hobby Lobby, you did build that, whatever it is.
The experts have said it’s a narrow court decision, but opponents have shown a wide range of responses, from threats of burning down Hobby Lobby stores to the relatively calm option of boycotting the chain.
We’re certain the sting of your continued non-patronage will be especially painful now.
Conservative comedian Steven Crowder offers a different perspective.
Speaking of … organizers are already planning a “Hobby Lobby Love Day” on July 3.
Set aside for a moment the fact that Hobby Lobby’s health plan included coverage for 16 forms of non-abortive contraception. Is liberal commentator Sally Kohn right that in the absence of an employer subsidy low-wage workers wouldn’t be able to afford birth control?
Birth control pills can be purchased for as low as $9 per month at a pharmacy near Georgetown’s campus. According to an employee at the pharmacy in Washington, D.C.’s Target store, the pharmacy sells birth control pills–the generic versions of Ortho Tri-Cyclen and Ortho-Cyclen–for $9 per month. “That’s the price without insurance,” the Target employee said. Nine dollars is less than the price of two beers at a Georgetown bar.
For those who are really struggling to pay the bills., there are other forms of birth control that cost even less.
One more thing: The poor, exploited full-time hourly workers at Hobby Lobby make more than the minimum wage. Much more.
Holly Fisher is no stranger to hate tweets. Libs attacked after Fisher dared vent on Twitter about how she lost her baby’s pediatric cardiologist thanks to Obamacare. Attacking a woman for criticizing Obamacare? Really? “Conservatives aren’t human to me. They’re subhuman scum with no hearts or souls,” tweeted one lib.
Fisher on Thursday was again the subject of a torrent of hate tweets and Facebook posts. Her thought crime? Making liberal heads explode by tweeting a picture of herself wearing a pro-life T-shirt and enjoying a drink from Chick-fil-A while standing in the parking lot of a Hobby Lobby.
Eric Odom writes on Liberty News:
I took the image and made a minor edit, then posted it to my Facebook page. When I woke up this morning I found the image had gone completely viral and was rapidly spreading across Facebook. In fact, as of the time of writing this the image has 75,000 likes, 13,000 shares and just under 2,000 comments. The image shows no signs of slowing down either.
How about 125,000 Facebook likes and counting?
You could say that.
As Liberty News reports, Facebook was the source of plenty of hate as well: “This should be renamed ‘How to make a sensible person shake their head at a dumb bitch,’” read one reply, and another read, “Or how to make yourself look like a homophobic, religious radical douche… yup you nailed it!”
Threats, though, don’t seem to have had much of an impact.
Is anyone falling for this crap?
Does #HobbyLobby know that religious freedom and religious tyranny are dif? Do YOU?
— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) July 2, 2014
Do you even know what the heck you’re talking about? Clearly not.
The left wing idiocy will just not go away. You would think that at least one or two of these useful idiots might have accidentally stumbled upon a clue since the ruling, but no.
— Emma Rachel Deane (@EmmaRachelDeane) July 2, 2014
Huh? A craft store is doing this? Amazing.
— Brett Knoss (@BrettKnoss) July 2, 2014
With scrapbooking supplies and glitter, naturally.
@SarahKSilverman I hope you're ready for a truckload of "I used to be your biggest fan, BUT…" replies from conservatrolls.
— Denali Parton (@eclecticbrotha) July 2, 2014
Yeah, pretty sure that ship sailed already.
@SarahKSilverman They think we live in a theocracy and not a democracy
— Mitchell KadeⓂ️ (@kade6767) July 2, 2014
Pro tip: Stop using words you don’t understand.
@SarahKSilverman If Christians aren't free to kill Jews, can they really be said to be free?
— Larry Yudelson (@yudel) July 2, 2014
Because not wanting the government to force you to pay for something against your conscience is EXACTLY LIKE killing Jews.
@SarahKSilverman the thing about freedom is that you dont get to dictate how it is exercised by others. Why is tolerance so intolerant?
— salsa (@Salsanator) July 3, 2014