- First and foremost, the Act is a war on the middle class because it was created by lies about what it was supposed to be. It was not supposed to be a tax but nonetheless the same Supreme Court said it was. But this is a different story that has been chewed on way too many times, though the American people keep getting choked on it, including yours truly. Who gets the burden the most for this tax? The middle class does.
- Secondly, the Act is war on American democratic values by forcing people to pay for other's life choices. Why should people who choose to live a healthier life have to pay for others who chose to live a riskier life? This is what charities are for. Why should people be forced to pay for things that are disagreeable? Why is birth-control considered "health care" anyway? People choose to have sexual relations. If Americans are not forced to do something then they are more than likely open to give to the charities that are closer to their hearts. Again, this is another topic that has been rehashed too many times, so let's move on.
- Thirdly, and more on this topic, not this decision nor Hobby Lobby's stance is a war on women. As a matter of fact it is actually the other sides' war on conservative values, if you will. Not only forcing the average American to pay for unwanted actions or immoral choices, as in point number 2, but forcing religious groups to support not only life choices as aforementioned but the consequences of those life choices as well that go against their value systems. But that's okay, apparently, to the liberal culture. Again, how is birth control considered health care?
- Fourthly, if this is a war on women then it is a war on conservative women who are made out to be sycophants or not real women in their thinking. There are plenty of women who do not believe in abortion, or even birth control sometimes. Yet, we have women who are in leadership positions that claim all women's rights are being threatened by this decision. That is another lie.
- Lastly for this paper, this is not a war Hobby Lobby has against its female employees but rather it is a war on companies like Hobby Lobby who have religious leadership. Hobby Lobby did not say that were going to deny their female employees any coverage as a whole but only wanted the mandatory coverage on what is known as the abortion pill to be dropped. Hobby Lobby is a Christian organization, and to be quite frank and all personal bias aside, is one of the best organizations in the country. The lie that goes with this part says that this opens the way for other religious organizations to opt out of some of the Act. These are the same people who argue about separation of church and state, mind you. If we actually have this "separation" then religious organizations have always had and should always have this option anyway. But, since this goes against liberal "values" then the separation is not valid (sarcasm).
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