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Stand with Hobby Lobby for Religious Liberty

Ken325 Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 8:49 PM
So paying an insurance premium is the same as paying for the medical care directly? What if a Hobby Lobby employee takes the wages she earned there and then pays for an abortion ? Should the employer be able to stop that? It's money coming from Hobby Lobby. The fact is - it would an employee of Hobby Lobby choosing to get a prescription for whatever contraceptive and then making a claim. The insurance company would be the one "paying" that particular claim. Hobby Lobby's premium would not go up because of that particular claim. The law requires the employer to pay the employee a benefit - in this case, an insurance policy. How that policy is used is up to the employee.

I bought a picture frame on Saturday.

It’s just a simple, black, 5-by-7-inch frame with a plain white mat, suitable for the black and white photo my daughter took on Christmas Eve of our dog, Scotty, sitting at the feet of my dad (a supposed dog opponent).

If I’d taken the time to hunt in the storage closet upstairs, I probably could have found a similar frame, or certainly one that would have sufficed for a picture of the dog.

But the point was, I went out to buy the frame. On Saturday. At...