I'm less concerned about the issue of covering contraception (since that can be taken care of in other ways, and this is simply another step toward Single Payer anyways) than yet another ruling giving corporations "personhood" ... it's getting ridiculous.
Time for me to incorporate myself so I can write-off all my groceries, utilities, rent and stuff as "operating expenses" ... seriously, if a corporation can now enjoy the rights and advantages of an individual, why shouldn't an individual be able to enjoy the advantages of a corporation?
The f*cked up conservative wing of Robert's Court rules that contraception=abortion. GOP in a massive circle-jerk with FoxNews all media and Pro Life extremists this morning celebrating "the end of Obamacare". WTF?
Corporations are people my friends! Corporations are people with religious priorities (legal now and can override your own personal rights) my friends!
Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
I'd be inclined to go to a Hobby Lobby, if there were one in my area, and read the Qur'an aloud.
Of course, this opens a veritable "Pandora's Box" concerning religious freedoms afforded to corporations which are not religious institutions (churches). Now, I'll wait for a Muslim owned business to file a suit to see how that goes.
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