Smart Take on Hobby Lobby Ruling: ‘Noncompliant females will be stripped of their burqas and stoned to death’

Posted by on Jul 02, 2014 at 8:31 am
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Have we ever seen so many people misinterpret such a simple issue? Look, we understand the left has to lie to get elected. We get it. But for crying out loud, the Supreme Court ruling Monday does not deny contraceptive coverage to women. How difficult is that to understand? The shrieking hysteria is just too much, and is now capped by this dunce from the New York Daily News.

Men with erectile dysfunction who now have endless erections will be chasing women who can no longer have carefree sex, and therefore will be losing their sex drive — for men, at least — in record numbers.

Worse, the unfortunate women who are insured by these corporations, who can’t afford birth control in the first place, now may end up with children they also can’t afford, forcing them onto the welfare rolls.

This could cost all U.S. taxpayers more money we can afford to waste for something we didn’t want in the first place. Good one.

And who exactly voted for this law that takes away women’s rights to affordable contraception of their choice, while protecting men’s right to free erection drugs, so they can impregnate more women?

The most important sexual decision for women possibly since Roe v. Wade, which was brought by the religious owners of a chain store called Hobby Lobby (Hobby’s Lobby would be more like it), was decided by male Supreme Court justices. The five justices who voted for it were all men appointed by Republican Presidents, while three of the justices opposing were women, with one man — all appointed by Democratic Presidents.

The bottom line? Insurance companies will pay for impotent men to impregnate women who don’t want to have children but can’t afford birth control.

Noncompliant females will be stripped of their burqas and stoned to death.

It’s quite obvious we can no longer have an adult dialogue with the left. Their closed minds are made up: Do not distubb them with facts or the truth.

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8 Responses to “Smart Take on Hobby Lobby Ruling: ‘Noncompliant females will be stripped of their burqas and stoned to death’”

  1. Drumwaster on 2/02/14 at 10:49 am

    These women are not being denied of their emergency contraception any more than I am going to starve because my employer doesn’t buy my groceries. (And food is MUCH more important — and ubiquitous — than health care. EVERYBODY needs to eat.)

    And no one ever seems to want to mention that there is a form of birth control that is 1) free, 2) 100% effective at preventing both pregnancy, 3) 100% effective at preventing every known (and unknown) form of STD, and 4) doesn’t violate anyone’s religious beliefs. “Just say no”.

    Why don’t progressives want to allow people to face the consequences of their own actions? Why must third parties always bear the cost?

  2. Dr Peabody on 2/02/14 at 12:56 pm

    Jesus! If they’re this stupid and listen to this kind of uninformed buffoonery, nobody would want to impregnate them for fear of perpetuating the race.

  3. Brian on 2/02/14 at 1:15 pm

    “Worse, the unfortunate women who are insured by these corporations, who can’t afford birth control in the first place, now may end up with children they also can’t afford, forcing them onto the welfare rolls.”

    What am I missing? If they are insured by these corporations then they are employed by these corporations. If they are employed and make a good wage they can pay for the pill themselves. It costs about $20-$50. If they make low wages they can go to planned parenthood and get it subsidized or free.

  4. Ragspierre on 2/02/14 at 4:55 pm

    “Noncompliant females will be stripped of their burqas and stoned to death.”

    See, this is why Collectivist hysterics can’t have nice things…

    like any credibility.

  5. Blacque Jacques Shellacque on 2/02/14 at 11:20 pm

    The crux of the matter should be put in the simplest terms possible: Stop demanding that others pay for some non-essential want that you may have that has nothing to do with health care. Contraceptives are cheap, so BUY THEM WITH YOUR OWN F-CKING MONEY.

  6. Teri on 3/03/14 at 10:31 am

    These people who say that erectile dysfunction drugs are “free” have obviously never actually checked into it.

    We have uncommonly good insurance, and my husband’s Viagra is $25 a pill. Without insurance, it’s about $30 a pill. Woo-hoo, patriarchy.

  7. MunDane on 6/06/14 at 2:19 pm

    From the sheer amount of people squealing like stuck pigs after the Hobby Lobby announcement, I had no idea that they employed more people than the Federal government.