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So simplistic maybe. Employee health insurance is an offered benefit to the employees of Hobby Lobby and is not a right in and of itself. Hobby Lobby offers the insurance to attract employees who will work and, maybe, grow with the company. It is earned in the same way that their paycheck is earned. By doing the work they were hired to do. The owners of Hobby Lobby are not required to provide an item that they do not agree with. This is not the same thing as telling them that their employee cannot go out and get if for themselves. As has been noted previously, you can't say "Stay out of by business" at the same time you tell them to pay for it.
Lying is the default stance of at least 85% of all politicians. Just 100% for the democrats. Except of course if the politician represents you. Only your politician is honest, fair and has your best interests at heart.
Could goldi be a pole dancer?
And even then, they don't have to worry about this until they're 26 if they have parents who are willing to pay the extra premiums to have them on their plan.
Wow, private employers do not "subsidize" an employees health insurance. They offer this as a part of their compensation beyond their wages. The employee provides his skills and effort in return for what the company is willing to pay and offer for them. Just how is this redistribution of health insurance paid for by taxpayers to those who don't contribute not relevant in this issue?
In response to:

Obama: "I Shouldn't Have to Offer Anything"

Ed624 Wrote: Oct 01, 2013 2:23 AM
Too bad this President has already delayed portions of the law without going through the amendment process and acting on Fiat. Not a President but a dictator. Too bad you're not able to see that.
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