Hobby Lobby stands up to Obama

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Three Cheers
for Hobby Lobby!

WND features an article applauding Hobby Lobby’s defiance of the ObamaCare mandate their insurance cover the cost of abortion-inducing drugs. All it takes sometimes is for somebody to lead the charge, and people begin to recover their courage. To read the whole article, click the link below:
https://www.wnd.com/2012/12/hobby-lobby-to-defy-obamacare-mandate/

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lowtechgrannie lowtechgrannie
lowtechgrannie lowtechgrannie
7 years ago

Bravo, Hobby Lobby! A company with great products that’s not ashamed to take a stand for faith as stated on their website, their Vision is to partner with organizations to “share the Good News of Jesus Christ to all the world.” If you don’t have a Hobby Lobby nearby, shop online. Their website offers most of their instore products online with weekly coupons for extra value. This week it’s 40% off!
https://hobbylobby.com/weekly/weekly.cfm

DCG
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DCG
7 years ago

Good for them!

Ted Nougat
Ted Nougat
7 years ago

This is what it’s going to take. We need to defy this criminal administration at ever turn, no matter the cost. Eventually it has to happen. Each of us just needs to determine the “line” that shall not be crossed. What are they going to do when millions refuse to pay the fine levied against them for not purchasing health insurance, for example?

Doc's Wife
Doc's Wife
7 years ago
Reply to  Ted Nougat

Ted–I fear that they will take it out of our bank accounts or tax refund checks. I plan to talk with our CPA about decreasing our paid taxes so there will be no refund any more.

Hap
Hap
7 years ago

Is it okay for people to defy the law? Is that the new stance?

Dr. Eowyn
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Dr. Eowyn
7 years ago
Reply to  Hap

The dictates of one’s conscience, not to mention the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment’s promise of religious freedom, come before an unjust law.
Or are you, Hap, like those Germans in the Nazi period who later claimed “I was just following orders” and the law of the day?
Thanks, TD, for posting this! 🙂

sage_brush sagebrushsays
sage_brush sagebrushsays
7 years ago
Reply to  Hap

Hap – do you think the Hebrew midwives should have obeyed Pharaoh’s order to cast all boy babies into the Nile river? When the beast demands the breaking of Gods holy laws, a certain amount of civil disobedience is required. Abortion in all of its permutations is abomination. After all, the owners of Hobby Lobby are more concerned with treasures in heaven, not of the world. Resistance to evil is every Christian’s responsibility. We are not to give place to the devil. Not under any circumstances. Christ taught us to render taxes to ceasar, He never told us to render… Read more »

Ted Nougat
Ted Nougat
7 years ago
Reply to  Hap

Yes.

Hap
Hap
7 years ago

Oh yes, I am JUST like the Nazis. Can’t you tell?
With that key issue settled, this NAZI now deigns to ask, would you support a Christian Scientist employer whose dictates of conscience are to deny any health coverage other than prayer?

Dr. Eowyn
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Dr. Eowyn
7 years ago
Reply to  Hap

There’s no need to get hysterical. I never said you’re just like the Nazis. Of course, by bristling, what you are doing is to attempt to put me on the defensive, instead of you answering my question. Alas, I see through your tactic. Nor did I say or even imply that it’s OK for anyone to claim exemption from the law due to the alleged precedent dictates of his/her conscience. I certainly wouldn’t support a Satanist. Each case is different and must be evaluated and adjudicated accordingly. In the case of Christian Scientists, those cases have come before the court.… Read more »

Hap
Hap
7 years ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

To answer your question: were Hobby Lobby participating in a war effort and refused to comply with an order that, if followed, made them a war criminal, then I would support their refusal.

Dr. Eowyn
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Dr. Eowyn
7 years ago
Reply to  Hap

Thanks for answering my question!
By “war criminal,” I’m assuming you mean international conventions about war, such as the Geneva Convention. That then means that, for you, international law supercedes U.S. national law including even the U.S. Constitution, which is the highest law of America? That in turn means that, for you, international agreements trump U.S. national sovereignty. Why is that? What’s your reasoning?

Hap
Hap
7 years ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

I mean by whatever law that found the Nazis you mentioned guilty despite their insistence that they were just following orders.

Cathy Gardino
7 years ago

I support Hobby Lobby and their refusal to comply with the un-Constitutional Healthcare Mandate…I refuse to comply with anything obama…period!

joandarc
Editor
7 years ago

Good for Hobby Lobby! I am especially grateful to the Catholic Church and its many national charitable institutions, including but not limited to hospitals, educational entities, et al., who have lead the charge from the very beginning in this matter against this evil administration, filing 43 lawsuits to protect our religious liberty guaranteed to us under our Constitution, and taking to task the unreasonable, illegal and unlawful provisions of the HHS Mandate. The king declared war on all people of faith in our country by and through instituting the terms of the HHS Mandate. Thank you Trail Dust for your… Read more »

Dave
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Dave
7 years ago

“Is it okay for people to defy the law?”
I sure hope so, else I would not have grown up in the America I did.
Too bad that America no-longer exists.
-Dave

Durant Albert
7 years ago

Kudos to Hobby Lobby’s for defying “abortion-inducing drugs” to its employees.