White House Hobby Lobby Response: We’re Working Diligently To Determine The Best Political Framework, For Our Position On SCOTUS Ruling, Keeping In Mind The Goal Is To Ridicule Our Political Opposition, Create Anger and Anxiety, and Divide the Electorate”…

Headline reflects the “Cliff Notes” Version:

…”Well, as the constitutional lawyer who sits in the Oval Office would tell you is, he would read the entire decision before he passed judgment in terms of his own legal analysis. What we have been able to assess so far … is that there is a problem that has been exposed, which is that there are now a group of women of an indeterminate size who no longer have access to free contraceptive coverage simply because of some religious views held, not by them necessarily, but by their bosses… We disagree and the constitutional lawyer in the Oval Office disagrees with that conclusion from the Supreme Court. And that’s why we–primarily, because he is concerned about the impact it could have on the health of those women”….

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25 Responses to White House Hobby Lobby Response: We’re Working Diligently To Determine The Best Political Framework, For Our Position On SCOTUS Ruling, Keeping In Mind The Goal Is To Ridicule Our Political Opposition, Create Anger and Anxiety, and Divide the Electorate”…

  1. Sentient says:

    I expect one of my libtard co-workers to boo-hoo about how women who work at closely-held, non-contraception-providing companies won’t be able to get their “health care”. My response will be “well, maybe they should work someplace else”. At which point, his jaw will drop as he cannot comprehend what I just said. As though people have no choice of whom to work for. It must suck to be a libtard, assuming that life just befalls everyone.


    • Inkraven says:

      Indeed. I must have missed the part where it was decided that businesses exist solely to provide people jobs and benefits. These days it seems liberals actually believe this, and it baffles me.


    • boutis says:

      Tell her what the decision actually said. HL does cover 16 of 20 types of birth control but not 4 abortifact drugs or devices. HL is not anti-birth control but is anti-abortion. Tell her the truth. The Democrats are lying.


      • Chance says:



      • realitycheck says:

        Even more interesting is the WHY of the ruling : “Crucially, the court’s five conservatives did not base their rationale on the First Amendment’s protection of religious freedoms, but on a 1993 law known as the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The law passed with overwhelming majorities in the House and Senate, and was signed by Bill Clinton.”

        “Here’s some background from The New York Times:

        The companies challenged the coverage requirement under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993. The law was a response to a 1990 Supreme Court decision that declined to recognize religious exceptions under the First Amendment’s free exercise clause to generally applicable laws. Congress effectively reversed that decision.

        “What this law basically says,” President Bill Clinton said before signing the bill, “is that the government should be held to a very high level of proof before it interferes with someone’s free exercise of religion.” [The New York Times]”


  2. doodahdaze says:

    There is no possible logical reason for any woman to get pregnant or need this if they do not want too. Regular birth control is an almost perfected science. These Lib Females are ridiculous.


  3. czarowniczy says:

    Excuse me? Don’t we already HAVE a brilliant, nationally recognized, Harvard educated Constitutional Law expert – who also guest lectured at the prestigious University of Chicago on Constitutional Law – sitting in the Offal Office? Whys isn’t The Big Giant Head at the podium lecturing the ScotUS (gotta be careful of that one with spell check) on what is? Obviously he must be plugged into his big green solar brain-recharging and rejuvenation machine (got it on a liquidation sale at Solyndra) and can’t be bothered correcting their lack of progressive judgement at this time. Then again, had his momma had free access to birth control…one just wonders.


  4. yankeeintx says:

    So now he is also going to use executive action on immigration too!
    He just asked Congress for 2 Billion for the illegals swarming our borders. Congress needs to tell him “No!” They will scream that Republicans hate children, but if approved, he will just take the money to make sure all their needs are met to insure they are comfy cozy. Let him take funds from his transportation/vacation budget, stop all foreign aid to the countries sending the children here, and let him take the funds from the entitlement budgets. I’m sure those using EBT cards won’t mind sharing.


    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      $2 Billion? For WHAT? More “Welcome wagon” packages for illegal immigrants? More underwear?

      Heck, the US/Mexico border is 1933 miles long. We’ve already constructed hundreds of miles of fences, so that $2 Billion could be used to complete the fencing. That, or it could be used to hire an additional 12,000 Border Patrol agents. That’s some serious “boots on the ground”.

      But Barry will want to use this cash to provide BVDs and Oreos for the next wave of invaders.

      I’ve got a great idea. Put all the kiddies on buses to the nearest border crossings, and make the adults live in tent city labor camps along the border. Tell them they can stay as long as they keep building the fence. Don’t like it? You’re free to take your happy a$$ SOUTH.


  5. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    I think I need a very large coffee because my brain doesn’t seem to be working right.

    When I first read “a group of women of an indeterminate size” I had to scratch my head and ask “What difference does it make how TALL they are?”

    Could my mental dysfunction have been caused by reading too many idiotic, leftist screeds? Yeah… I’ll stick with that….


  6. Shannon says:

    “Constitutional lawyer in the Oval Office”……….is that the latest talking point?


    • michellc says:

      “The thing you need to know about the Constitution is that most Americans don’t know much about it, and it’s easy to tell them whatever you want. If you throw enough legalese’ at them, they’ll just sayyup, that sounds about right.” – Obama in 1995, as a ‘professor of constitutional law’ at the University of Chicago


    • libby says:

      I sure hope the media will tell us why he lost his license to practice law


  7. Mike says:

    There’s a Constitutional Lawyer in the Oval Office!? Quick, someone alert the Secret Service the President could be in jeopardy!


  8. stella says:

    Reminder: Hobby Lobby Provides Coverage for 16 Types of Contraception


    The Green family has no moral objection to the use of 16 of 20 preventive contraceptives required in the mandate, and Hobby Lobby will continue its longstanding practice of covering these preventive contraceptives for its employees. However, the Green family cannot provide or pay for four potentially life-threatening drugs and devices. These drugs include Plan B and Ella, the so-called morning-after pill and the week-after pill. Covering these drugs and devices would violate their deeply held religious belief that life begins at the moment of conception, when an egg is fertilized.


  9. Wizzum says:

    Is that the same constitutional lawyer that has been overruled 12 times by a unanimous USSC?


  10. sundance says:

    Moonbat cannot see the moonbattyness of her argument:

    If your abortion pills are #NotMyBossBusiness, then why are you asking your boss to pay for them?


  11. doodahdaze says:

    Obama is a Constitutional Calamity. Free abortions for Hobby Lobby Floozies!


  12. Yakmaster says:

    HHS, not the Obamacare law itself, put the requirement for women’s contraception coverage in the list of things insurance companies must cover. This was under the umbrella of “preventative healthcare”— because, as any doctor or lay person will tell you, pregnancy is clearly an unnatural and dangerous disease. In the interest of preventing all the devastating effects of this disease, we must provide women with birth control because they are too stupid or helpless to obtain it for themselves.
    Go all you Fluketts!!


  13. Ellie says:



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