"Have you so little self control, or a complete inability to access the many free contraceptives available, that you find it necessary to bully your employer into paying for your sexcapades? Do you not find it your responsibility to manage your reproductive organs?
I explained it above. You're putting slut pills on one side of the line (did you learn this from Rush Limbaugh?), and healthcare on the other. It's offensive to many, many women, and the more GOPers repeat that kind of stuff, the more they'll drive women for decades into the democratic party. If you don't understand, that's actually fine.
What would be GREAT is next time you're in line for any prescription drug (heart disease, cholesterol, high blood pressure, whatever), if you see a women getting a prescription for contraception filled, say REALLY loud, "I sure hope you didn't bully your employer into paying for your slut pills so you can whore around with no consequences!!"
"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)
So if someone could have a religious objection to a provision of the ACA, why not one of the FLSA? Any time SCOTUS rules that a ruling is limited to this case and only this case, it's a tacit acknowledgement that the case wasn't decided on any principled legal argument but rather it was 5 justices legislating from the bench.
The complexity and risk to one of the entities involved.
If it's not specified someone might mistakenly think you might have felt a little bad about what was being destroyed.
That's the game Liberals play all the time so it's important to make it clear.
Don't you think?