Justice Sotomayor refuses to block contraceptives mandate

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victor672 wrote:

Mayor Soto is Obama’s tool.

Dec 26, 2012 10:13pm EST  --  Report as abuse
JBQ21 wrote:

“Red Sonya” hides behind the law with her political agenda. Just wait to see what happens if the incumbent is able to control the Supreme Court. It will be dramatic and sudden.

Dec 27, 2012 10:52am EST  --  Report as abuse

Ah yes American hypocrisy. Cry for the unborn and the sperm in your religious fervour, yet horde guns, do little to help others, and decry when those same children that are unwanted need social services because they didn’t learn how to be a responsible human from a parent who didn’t want them…

The costs of that person will far outweigh the costs of contraceptives, whether it be social assistance or jail.

Religious freedom and the supposed right to own guns gets you a kooky cults and scientology and lots of people killed. (Besides selling Christians books, I wonder what else this Green guy does with his billions to be a “good” Christian)

Dec 27, 2012 12:12pm EST  --  Report as abuse
bveritas wrote:

Incoherent rants do not serve moral clarity, nor do they absolve you from your own hypocrisy. How dare you judge the worth of a human life based on circumstances of hardship. How dare you ignore the corrosive effects of treating humanity as a utilitarian commodity. How dare you ignore the data that indicates multiples of generosity in time and money by the religious vs. the anti-religious. How dare you assume greater inclinations towards evil among those who overcome hardship.
The notion that by disassociating human obligations towards innate human dignity by proposing crass extermination of inconvenient life would constitute the betterment of humanity is a notion that exists only in very sick minds.

Dec 27, 2012 1:46pm EST  --  Report as abuse
YoungTurkArmy wrote:

First good news to come out of the Court since the ACA was approved. Maybe now they can take on firing employees because of the boss’ misplaced sexual desires.

Dec 27, 2012 2:41pm EST  --  Report as abuse
commonsense10 wrote:

Business such as Hobby Lobby who have moral concerns about employee health care should switch to a P-HRA where: (Portable-Healthcare Reimbursement Arrangement).
Employers make defined contributions into employee-owned accounts, eliminates employer moral conflicts.
Employee selects coverage to meet their needs or beliefs, no one-size fits all
Other family members or part-time employers may contribute into shared family policy,
Account (policy) belongs to employee, stays with them between jobs, no COBRA..
Employees keep left over funds to pay other medical expenses with a VISA healthcare card.

visit Lyfebank.com to see how this works

Dec 27, 2012 10:18pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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