Yesterday Ed Schultz did a report on a group of Native Americans who are attempting to halt the Keystone XL Pipeline, and I was reminded that for these people, the Earth — the land, the air, the water, the wildlife — are all integral elements of their religion. So I'm thinking that if Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood were to prevail in their case before the SCOTUS, then dammit, Native Americans should bring the same case. They should claim that the allowing the KXLP to be built is violates their religious freedom.
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