his knowledge deflector.
“I would be inspired by the Hobby Lobby [owners],” Dolan said. “I think they’re just true Americans. They’re saying, look, the genius of America is that religious convictions affect the way we act… They sure have my admiration.”All those slutty sluts looking for sex can just pick up some rubbers while they're buying their cigarettes and beer! What's the problem? Because, of course, the only reason women use prescription contraception is so they can have all that sex. Dolan probably also thinks that we don't have a problem with too many uninsured people because we have emergency rooms.
“But doesn’t that set a dangerous precedent?” O’Donnell wondered. “If a private company can use religion to deny benefits to its employees?”
Dolan acknowledged that it could be dangerous in extreme circumstances, but he doubted that the Hobby Lobby argument was a detriment to the common good.
“Is the ability to buy contraceptives, that are now widely available—my Lord, all you have to do is walk into a 7-11 or any shop on any street in America and have access to them—is that right to access those and have them paid for, is that such a towering good that it would suffocate the rights of conscience?”
By the way, yes, he's saying all that to Nora O'Donnell, a person with lady parts.