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    It just gobsmacks me that this case is even being given the time of day.
    At my elderly age I've heard plenty of stories for why various women take birth control pills, or use other methods of birth control (if they're allergic to an ingredient in pills, or were adversely affected for some medical reason).  I know two women who got preggers in spite of IUDs (they came out with the afterbirth).  Some took pills to control menstrual cramps that had previously incapacitated them with extreme pain for at least two or three days per month.  Others had such irregular cycles that taking the pill was the only way to get them under control.  Another one was allergic to the latex in her hubby's condoms so the pill was the alternative choice.  Really, there are multiple valid health reasons - besides only birth control and avoiding pregnancy - to use 'the pill' or other alternative methods of birth control.

    Why this is even an "issue" in health insurance coverage makes my chin hit the floor every time "birth control' and "issue" are uttered/written in the same sentence.  For a "corporate person" who can't possibly worship a deity to take this to the Supreme Court defies logic and rational thought processes.

    I think the persons who own Hobby Lobby should sell their business and go find a hobby that has nothing whatsoever to do with providing health insurance to their employees.

    I'm sick of attempts to steer this nation from principles evolved in The Age of Reason to hallucinations derived from illiterate herdsmen. ~ Crashing Vor

    by NonnyO on Wed Mar 26, 2014 at 12:04:50 PM PDT

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