.. Let's say the owner's religious tenet conflicts with your religious tenet, and, as is the topically relevant case, your religious tenet conflicts with the owner's religious tenet.
How do you resolved that conflict between two conflicting tenets of two religions?
You, if you're a wise SCOTUS, strip religion from both sides of the argument, and examine the matter at its foundational elements, you examine the substance of the conflict ..
.. And you settle the matter substantively.
When the election is over and we open our eyes, it will sadly be too late to wonder what the hell just happened.
This is completely different and nothing about the PACA ruling, which was sound, bears on this Hobby Lobby issue. Totally unrelated constitutional issues.
don't let an employer determine what is and isn't permitted to be covered by your health care - it should be separated from employment. Someone shouldn't be without adequate care because of who they work for when all they do is stock shelves and wipe piss off of toilet seats.
they're not a religious organization and I'm sick of ****ing CORPORATE BUSINESSES pretending they're suddenly something more than what they ****ing are.
A screaming comes across the sky.
It has happened before, but there is nothing to compare it to now.Pynchon - Gravity's Rainbow
so are you saying i could deny your wife to coming to a business function based solely on if i thought she wasnt really your wife based on my religion and thats ok? no it would not be that would be me discrimination against you
Screw the hobby lobby...pay for your own morning after pill.
I do not agree with what you have to say, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it. Voltaire
When you make your peace with authority, you become an authority.- Jim Morrison