A Big Fluke You, Evangelicals.

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Sandra Fluke

Last night, Chris Hayes had Sandra Fluke and right-wing radical and Washington Examiner contributor Tim Carney going tete-a-tete on his All In show. They were discussing the two cases the Supreme Court has agreed to hear (probably in March, verdict in June) on corporate religious freedom rights, as they might affect the Affordable Care Act.

When you hear Sandra Fluke speak so eloquently below, you can see why this "whore" according to Rush Limbaugh was fought hard in being allowed to address a congressional panel on Women's Health and Contraception hearing by the terrified, misogynist, Republican party. How dare she spew common sense in such easy to understand words. The GOP was justified in trying to keep her silenced as she destroys all of their fanatical arguments so easily.

It's clear that the evangelicals are on the road with their bullhorns blazing, their pulpits popping  and their zealotry oozing. The more they speak, the easier it will be for the nine SCOTUS justices to see how giving religious freedom as a foundational justification to a company is wrong. It's tantamount to giving corporations the license to pick and chose which laws they wish to abide by and those they chose to ignore. Giving a corporation first amendment rights designed for individuals, (in this case religious freedom), will be the slipperiest slope they may ever have adjudicated. It's very doubtful that under scrutiny and behind closed-door discussions, the SCOTUS members will want to totally destroy human American with Corporate America. It could happen, but I wouldn't bet on it. Not if they are presented arguments like these:

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  • Squishhhhug

    now I watched the video, and it does confirm , Some people just , at free will to do so yes, make up their own differences in religion. But are they true ? NOPE . haha , that is why I am here. John : 14 ; 16-17 read it, and suck it up . In the flesh...The father , the son, the HOLY SPIRIT , #3 my turn...

  • Squishhhhug

    Wahoe, I've been waiting for this one. As far as religion goes , umm, who said and who gave permission to make up rules for God ? What is sin ? You think God is going to put that in mankinds hands ? to choose what is sin or not ?? Remember the middle ages evil days? burning people at the stake ? Nuh ah . No way, not a chance God is letting mankind make up sin. Why would God let mankind who is born in sin, make up sin for others ? And , since when cannot couples share affection which only boosts , or is supposed to boost up their love between them seen as a bad thing. This is not the past, where disorder and happens when love making is done right and for the right reasons. Do the old mind thinkers think the woman is just a machine ? to use ? just for making babies ? That may have been the way it was thought of a long long long time ago, but not any more. Jesus Christ was the saviour to this confused way of thinking. Love is love, to be shared equally between mates. An unloving and un-affectionate marriage is a torture on both man and woman. The man who thinks the woman is like just a baby machine and sort of slave, knows in himself she is not happy, thus he know deep that he is not happy when she is not. Thus he creates his own demons within himself, that can take hold of him in time of mental crises. There is NO law and was no Law that said intercourse had to end up with pregnancy. So there you have it, grow up and stop trying to use religion as an excuse for the love of money, which they do know is the root of all evil. Funny how that particular phrase is somehow always belittled or skipped over isn't it ?