vartian: Duncan cited the Citizens United campaign-finance decision that said corporations had constitutional protections.And a big thanks for that ever-lasting shiat burger, Supremes.
Shadowtag: Wild guess, they're all for boner pills.
moothemagiccow: If you want help, you better get farked because there are 2 visible employees on the floor at a time
NewportBarGuy: themindiswatching: So Hobby Lobby admits to violating IRS rules on non-profits by, you know, making a profit. Interesting.You mean like all those Prosperity Gospel Ministries?
Mr.Tangent: CruiserTwelve: A business can't have religious beliefs.Corporations are people my friend.
log_jammin: moothemagiccow: Hobby Lobby is a farking terrible store. It's the size of walmart and has the organization of a bodega. Cheap Chinese knickknacks, 30% of which are broken, make up the front of the store. To the left you can get cheap chinese seasonal knickknacks, which is christmas shiat for most of the year.In the back lies all the "hobby" stuff - arts & craft gear in aisles which are not labeled at all. You want paint? You better remember which of the 40 aisles has paint, because there are no signs anywhere in the store, excluding knickknack signs that say "bless this house"If you want help, you better get farked because there are 2 visible employees on the floor at a timeand then you find that their selection of the hobby/craft items you want is almost as good as walmarts.
NewportBarGuy: clancifer: TheOmni: I don't think they understand how health insurance or birth control works.Oh they understand. Whores and sluts used birth control. That's all they need to know.I remember a patient at the pharmacy I worked at a few years ago. She had to have the prescription be for health reasons. (Complexion or hormonal regulation or some sh*t.) If it didn't have that, her insurance (employer) wouldn't cover it. She worked for a church or some religious thing. I thought that was the craziest sh*t I'd ever heard. And I've heard "Hey, we're gonna give this 18-year-old cross-eyed retard live ammo and you are going to cover each other while you move to the objective." Sooooo.... This even pales.You want more of your workers out for 6-9 months? That's sound business planning, Hobby Lobby. Praise be to Jesus or whatever.
clancifer: TheOmni: I don't think they understand how health insurance or birth control works.Oh they understand. Whores and sluts used birth control. That's all they need to know.
enemy of the state: Look at the numbers: Obamacare is destined to fail, in the sense that it will put private insurers out of business and result in a complete government takeover of the health business (yeah I know, it makes me sick to be sticking up for health insurance companies). This birth control/morning after pill business is just one aspect of the government knowing what's best for people and stomping on anyone who gets in their way.
MeanJean: Hasty AmbushYou are imposing your lifestyle on them by insisting they help finance your exchanging of bodily fluids with others.Yeah, how dare I want my health insurance to cover the treatment of various debilitating hormone conditions that are treatable through hormonal birth control .Would you be okay with a Scientology-owned business refusing to allow their employees to get psych meds? Or Jehovah's Witness owned busiensses refusing to cover blood transfusions?
Animatronik: I guess my whole issue with this is that I don't believe hormonal contraception or morning after pills should be covered by health insurance. Not a health issue.Doesn't protect you from arcs even./wanna get poked, pay for your own damn protection or make your boyfriend pay.
CruiserTwelve: A business can't have religious beliefs.
Alphax: Mrtraveler01: I always get a kick out of the derpy "America is a Christian Nation" ads they run during religious holiday and the 4th of July.I never heard of Hobby Lobby. (checks the Google) Looks like they have 5 stores in the St. Louis area, but it looks like they're all at least a half hour drive for me. Nothing in central county or north county.
MaudlinMutantMollusk: Who would Jesus deprive of health care?
MmmmBacon: That's not going far enough! Hobby Lobby should be able to pay their employees in their own script, that will only be accepted at Hobby Lobby-run company stores. So the employees will only be able to buy items the company wants them to buy. Of course condoms and birth control won't be available at these company stores.
themindiswatching: So Hobby Lobby admits to violating IRS rules on non-profits by, you know, making a profit. Interesting.
hardinparamedic: almandot: Do they also refuse to give their employees wages that could potentially be used for condoms or after morning pills? They should have the right to withhold paychecks.They are notorious for letting their Franchisees do whatever the fark they want to their employees. Honestly, it's worse than wal-mart.
themindiswatching: They're helping with a good cause though: the minister's lack of yachts.
TheOmni: I don't think they understand how health insurance or birth control works.
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