Rare Monday Toon

June 30, 2014 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized



And there’s this.

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Click here to spend $15 to get one of these.

Yeah, I got mine.

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19 Comments to “Rare Monday Toon”

  1. Well the signs are correct as the buyBull does say that slavery is OK.

  2. san fraser says:

    Good old Hobby Lobbby can now be held up as an icon for the GLBT community – making the shortage of infants for that group dissapear. But wait – that wasn’t what they wanted?

  3. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Juanita Jean, the Reagan, CIA Bush and Dubya Dumb “court” is loaded with anti-American corporate Foxtitutes.

    They wouldn’t know the rule of law, if a Second Amendment solution smacked them personally upside their corporate whore heads.

    For real, we need to vote in 2014 & 2016 for a Congress that will impeach the Opus Dei/Dominionist robes that have prostituted themselves to the Koch brothers. Hobby Lobby? The Greens are stupid tools. Follow the money, and we’ll find the K brothers. For real. The Greens are apparently not happy with the results of his Viagra, or her dried up receptacle remedy. May they both experience the well documented side effects. While the Greens are horrible citizens, am still gobsmacked that SCOTUS heard their whine and poured them a glass.

  4. I ordered mine. They had a minimum of 15 – they are up to 187.

  5. BarbinDC says:

    I ordered mine and they were up to 193. I’m gonna wear it proudly. Maybe I’ll wear it to the National Portrait Gallery where hangs that new bad-ass picture of all four women Supremes.

  6. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Thanks for the information, Cheryl. Those are definitely women’s shirts, if the graphic is correct. Hey, hey, even some of us lunkhead guys can distinguish between woman style and unisex.

    15 you say. That will work; wife, 2 sisters, a Mom, a Mom-in-law, whole bunch of SILs and friends. Jane and I might need thirty, doing the math.

    Our family and friends are big into T-shirts that support a good cause. Thanks again, Cheryl!

  7. Here are six great quotes from Ginsburg’s dissent in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby:

    “The exemption sought by Hobby Lobby and Conestoga would…deny legions of women who do not hold their employers’ beliefs access to contraceptive coverage”
    “Religious organizations exist to foster the interests of persons subscribing to the same religious faith. Not so of for-profit corporations. Workers who sustain the operations of those corporations commonly are not drawn from one religious community.”

    “It bears note in this regard that the cost of an IUD is nearly equivalent to a month’s full-time pay for workers earning the minimum wage.”

    “Would the exemption…extend to employers with religiously grounded objections to blood transfusions (Jehovah’s Witnesses); antidepressants (Scientologists); medications derived from pigs, including anesthesia, intravenous fluids, and pills coated with gelatin (certain Muslims, Jews, and Hindus); and vaccinations[?]…Not much help there for the lower courts bound by today’s decision.”

    “Approving some religious claims while deeming others unworthy of accommodation could be ‘perceived as favoring one religion over another,’ the very ‘risk the [Constitution’s] Establishment Clause was designed to preclude.”

    “The court, I fear, has ventured into a minefield”

    I love this woman!

  8. Dan up north says:

    You realize that this is entirely consistent, right? Once you define a corporation as a person, they are entitled to the rights that the constitution grants to all of us. We have freedom of speech as in Citizens United. And now we have freedom of religion in Hobby Lobby. I expect corporations will be allowed to bear arms and freed from having to quarter troops in the next Supreme Court term. The right to vote can’t be far behind.

  9. As a firm believer in the Law of Unintended Consequences, I hope that the Hobby Lobby and other corporations-are-actually-better-than-people rulings will backfire at some point. The most likely symptom will be an increasing number of women voting against Republicans. We are seeing a little of this in the LGBT movement–corporations that publicize their opposition are getting blow-back. Maybe someday women will be considered a group equally worthy of equality.

  10. John Peter Henson says:

    If corporations are people, when do we get to send one to prison? When that happens, does the entire BOD go? these are questions that need answering…

  11. Repubs don’t do irony at all but they do hypocrisy very very well indeed.

  12. maryelle says:

    If anyone had any doubts about the conservative activist intentions of the five Bush and Reagan appointees to the SCOTUS, they have been completely removed.
    And if this doesn’t bring out enough Democratic votes to take back the House and secure the Senate, then we are lost and the rights of women, minorities and the middle class will be chipped away to nothing.

  13. Fred Farklestone says:

    A real blast from the past!
    Who could forget this guy and his blasting of a “activist” Supreme Court Judge?


  14. daChipster says:

    This decision has left me very depressed. Although, in general, the country has become less religious personally in my lifetime, and therefore less religious publicly, as well, the far right and the christian conservatives, under the direction, and by the connivance, of the the fossilized Birchers, have HACKED our political system.

    And make no mistake, lazy Americans who can’t bother to peel their butts off the barcalounger to vote are complicit as well.

    We’ve been outmaneuvered, BADLY, over the last 30 years and it’s not going to get better soon, because the local legislatures and the court system are FULL of righties that have been groomed and indoctrinated via a network of pseudo-colleges and super-churches. They’ve been given their marching orders by ironically named “think tanks” and funded by super-duper pacs.

    If you look at the grooming of Ted Cruz, or at the resumes of the entire population of the Bush “Justice” Department, you see this happening.

    I can’t see any way to win quickly unless we get just as nasty and underhanded as they are, and then where will we be?

    Where will America be?

    We need to be grooming our own bench, in our own way. No way we are going to promote the Democratic equivalent of a Ted Cruz, or a Michelle Bachmann, or god he’p us a Rick Perry, as Presidential Material. No way are we going to produce someone as articulately inarticulate as Don Tony Scalia, nor an inartful artful dodger like Clarence Thomas, Molester.

    But we do need to spend the next however many years we can hold the White House preserving, protecting and defending the courts, the country and the Constitution from those who would pervert them to some crazy crazy end.

    I just don’t know if I have the strength anymore.

  15. Per SCROTUS (Supreme Court Republicans of the United States): corporations are people; women aren’t.

    The Dems really, really need to point out that not only were the 5 Justices who did this all male, they are also all Republican. The current generation of young voters, including women and men who actually respect and like women, are forming opinions about the two parties that may last for a lifetime.

  16. Zyxomma says:

    LynnN: all male, all Republican, and all Catholic. Oh, and all corporatists. Disgusting anti-union, anti-female corporatists.

  17. Dear Hobby Lobby:

    There’s good news…. and there’s bad news.
    Good news is….. You won your case at The Supreme Court of The United States.

    Bad news is: Not too many people in this United States of America think…. it was a decision based on law. So.. SCOTUS has a lower approval rating than President Obama… And everybody now knows your crafting crap comes from China…… and no body wants to buy it.

    And a Very Good Day to all of you in the Green family.

  18. Mary Beth says:

    As someone said ” I won’t believe corporations are people until Texas executes one” Ball is in your court, Texas.