Democrats Outraged Over Schumer Legislation Protecting Religious Freedom

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014 at 1:50 pm

Things they’d rather you forget about. Scroll to the portion where they list the Nevada senators. Then wrap you brain around this:

Dementia and an affinity for pederasty sure can damage one’s memory. Self-awareness, Dingy?

Remember, when the left wins a Supreme Court case, it’s the law! When they lose, they’ll have none of it.

Senate Democrats plan to “fight” to ensure women retain access through their insurance to contraceptives, after the Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case.

Iowa Democratic Sen. Tom Harkin said in a statement that while he certainly opposed the Supreme Court’s 5-4 opinion in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby that said closely held corporations did not have to provide contraceptive services as part of health insurance plans if they have religious exemptions, he noted the scope was somewhat narrow.

“I disagree strongly with today’s Supreme Court’s decision, which will limit access to critical preventive care for everyday working people in Iowa and around the country. I am heartened, however, that the Court’s narrow decision would not extend to other guaranteed health benefits from the Affordable Care Act such as blood transfusions and vaccinations,” the Iowa Democrat said in his statement.

Harkin also voted for H.R. 1308, of course. DOn’t forget, the Democrats also controlled the Senate in 1993. Meanwhile, other famed legal scholars seem to have forgotten how things work:


2 Responses to “Democrats Outraged Over Schumer Legislation Protecting Religious Freedom”

  1. Tuerqas on 30/30/14 at 3:28 pm

    “The bottom line is that today’s decision is wrong for women. Your boss should never be able to make your health care decisions for you.”
    Harry Reid

    Your boss is making zero decisions concerning women’s healthcare save who pays for it. How dismantled does your brain have to be just to be a democrat? Libs rarely seize to amaze me with their hypocrisies and disconnects?

  2. cool arrow on 1/01/14 at 1:26 pm

    What Dingy meant to say was, “Your boss should never be able to make your health care decisions for you. That’s the federal government’s job!”