Voice your opinion on the judges. You did it. And I called you out on your partisan hackery and unsubstantiated partisan hackery. Have a nice night. I am honoring the moderators' instructions and not posting any more about you.
Back to topic.
Two days after this decision, I'm more convinced than ever it was the right one.
I didn't call Roberts names then. I disagreed vehemently when the SCOTUS ruled in favor of eminent domain, which is about as intrusive as any ruling I've ever seen, and I never once called the judges names. They earned respect.
I can't imagine, even 20 years ago, there being the slightest question about Hobby Lobby having the right to select whatever insurance policy or coverage it wanted to provide for its employees or whether it had right to choose whether to provide insurance coverage at all. And now there is a great uproar over its refusal to furnish morning after pills? It is simply mind boggling.
"I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it." --Benjamin Franklin 1776