The Religious Right, "pro-life", Republicans and so-called Libertarians exclaiming how Hobby Lobby is a win against abortion and "religious freedom" should consider this: no one is killing babies. The drugs in question are long term birth control products women cannot afford to purchase out of pocket.
The fact that a whole legal system was conned by the owners of said companies - who now find themselves surrounded by "emboldened" moraltarians - is as laughable as it is disturbing. The idea that a whole constitutional system, and traditions, have been "ashcanned" in favor of compelling providers of the service of healthcare to withhold longterm birth control implants and pills, is enough to make a reasonable person renounce citizenship rather than be even remotely associated with such third rate people, and if there wasn't the opportunity to ridicule them mercilessly over their bumpkinesque stupidity, I would.
Such a lack of wisdom can only come from those who wish to return America back to a country that never existed. They are the kind of people who don't wish the women of this country to don Burkhas, but to simply assume the role of barefooted caregiver, "yes"-person, and breeder. Their "Christian Sharia" will go further thanks to the Supreme Court, even to the point of falsely invoking the founders while they work to destroy even the composing remains of the republic. All the while pew-dwellers, and their convenient pretenders will grin as Jehovah and Jesus are announced the victors in the movement to remove the civil rights of femindom.
Even the worst of the Puritans couldn't have imagined the harm done to the country and fundamental traditional American ideals of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness done by a fool such as the owner of Hobby Lobby, and by our own Supreme Court. No doubt they wished people to see value in their revelations, but they were content to keep their foolishness to themselves - aside from killing the occasional Aboriginal-American in Mosaic tradition. In fact even Jesus of Nazareth tried to impart, if the legend is true, that people should keep beliefs to themselves, and, arguably, separate from the state. "Render unto Caesar, the things that are Caesar's, and render unto God the things that are God's", was his instruction often lost among the religious who have no use for such ridiculous ideas.
I am originally from the northeast I won't say where. I moved to the south and I don't know why.