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Desc:Ginsburg dissented on a shitty decision and this guy plays a guitar.
Category:News & Politics, Arts
Tags:supreme court, contraception, hobby lobby, Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Submitted:exy
Date:07/01/14
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jangbones
catchy!
fluffy
Needs better tags; this is Jonathan "Song-A-Day Mann" Mann, formerly known as GameJew. He's written literally thousands of songs and posted them on YouTube.
infinite zest
Am I the only one who hears Daniel Johnston?
infinite zest
I'm still catching up on this.. I didn't even know what a "Hobby Lobby" was and thought it was some hashtagable catchphrase that Rand Paul came up with like "Cronyism" or something.

So I went to their website.. arg. Because "Home Accents" really needs a big "I PRAY FOR AMERICA" next to a votive candle holder.
infinite zest
at least there's probably an employee discount

http://shop.hobbylobby.com/products/white-over-the-door-wreath -hanger-585372/

Binro the Heretic
What I don't get is how the SCOTUS can say these closely held companies denying contraceptives "on religious grounds" is okay, but then quickly turn around and tell us not to worry because they won't be able to deny blood transfusions "on religious grounds"?

Seriously, what the fucking fuck was this fucking bullshit decision?
Jet Bin Fever
This decision upsets me far more than it should, probably.
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