March 26, 2014

OMG Women are going to die -- fear mongering among the ignorant masses

The great slut women's rights advocate Sandra Fluck has spoken.  According to her near-hysterical rantings if Hobby Lobby wins their fight with ObamaCare, women will die, and women's rights will be set back to -- well 2008 standards.  You remember those horrid and evil days when companies determined what benefits they wanted to offer their employees?  Yes, women's rights will be set back 6 whole years.  Can she really be this clueless? As I said yesterday, win or lose, the Hobby Lobby decision will in no way impact a woman's access to birth control.

I will type that last sentence real slow so some of you progressives and Democrats can keep up:
Win or lose, the Hobby Lobby decision will in no way impact a woman's access to birth control.

8 comments:

Erin O'Brien said...

And it will clear the way for Muslim owned businesses to require women to wear head scarves (at first) and burqas (eventually) because they have a have a profound religious belief that women should dress a certain way at work.

Y'all might want to be careful what you ask for.

Anonymous said...

Why is that Lib's always go to the extreme's on everything. If a company has rules you don't like, don't work for them or don't buy their products. It's that simple. Since her boy Obama has the economy on such a fantastic recovery anyone looking for a job has millions of choices. I use to enjoy her writing but it has become clearer that she doesn't have a clue. Must be living in the mistake by the lake causes the inability to link facts and come to a rational decision. Yes that is an insult. Deal with it.


James Old Guy

Joe said...

Why yes, since there are lots of reports of burqa laws prior to ObamaCare.

Benefits are what employers offer to get and keep employees. Why not go full France and require every employer to give four weeks vacation?

Joe said...

The Hobby Lobby decision, win or lose, will in no way affect a woman's access to birth control.

Erin O'Brien said...

If this goes the way of Hobby Lobby:

Cost for an IUD for Hobby Lobby clerk: $500 to $1000.

Cost for an IUD for any other woman whose insurance isn't controlled by her Christian conservative boss: $0.



Joe said...

cost to anyone who does not have coverage is 500 t o1000.

IUDs only have one function. If you odnt want babies dont copulate. Lots of people understand tha ttha tconcept. I want ot go to the ballgame, it is a ball of fun for me. Should you pay for my ticket?

I still can have a ticket, I just have to pay for it. My access is not denied, But no one is giving it to me. Like I said in the previous post, if you can't understand the difference...

Joe said...

When we were of the procreating age I always thought it dumb my employer covered pregnancy but not birth control. It is far chaper to cover the pill at $30/month than a birth. But tha twas th benefit package, if I did not like it I had the option of finding another job. I also was not crazy about having t owear a tie, but again, I had the option of moving on. The guy who sines the checks makes the rules. We are not forced to stay at an emplyer -- there is no company store holding us to a horrible job.

If getting free IUDs is the top priority of a Hobby Lobby Gal, she should seek employment elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

I was thinking about jumping more into this but arguing with a liberal only brings me down to their level.

James Old Guy

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