Excellent! Now I have to go buy Domino’s at some point. :)
Looks like the Pizza guys are leading the fight against Obamacare on religious grounds. Papa John’s is also in the fight and winning some in court.
Now if Pizza Hut, Little Caesar’s, and Godfather Pizza all jump in, the whole country will rally around them. Who doesn’t like pizza? That would be UnAmerican, n’est pas?
Let’s elect Herman Cain the commanding general of the “Pizza Brigade” of the United States. I’d love to see him go up against the Obamites on the healthcare issue.
The flag would be a big pizza with the words underneath saying “EAT ME, OBAMA”.
After tangling with him, Obama and his marxist minions, including Sebelius, would need more than healthcare to put them back together again. Duct tape and glue wouldn’t do it.
Also, all the pizza stores could put their religious objections to Obamacare in their windows. Even better, they could also tape printed letters to customers on the top inside of their pizza delivery boxes. It worked before with one would-be actor.
His name is Steve Furst and he put his bio on the inside of the top of the pizza boxes he was delivering in Beverly Hills.
Next thing he knew, he got an audition for “Flounder” in “Animal House” and the rest was comedic movie history.
Hey Dominoes, try it!
Didn’t Bart Stupak PROMISE that Obamacare wouldn’t fund abortions? Oh, silly me, he was placated by a letter from Obama and then retired, right after carrying Obamacare over the finish line.
HOORAY Tom Monaghan and Lawrence Zatkoff! What would USSC’s John Rob’em say?
Don't forget, this Saturday, 1/5, is Hobby Lobby Day.
Sorry I had to use a blog in the link. Too bad none of the bigs have the cojones to cover this.
Pejorative headline alert. This is not a “dispute” about contraception, it is a principled conflict over the very essence of what the First Amendment means with respect to the restriction that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;” As a consequence, the federal government, and by the doctrine of “incorporation” the states are forbidden from expressing an opinion about a ecclesiastical matter.
By this very clause and for this reason Muslims, Amish and others were exempted from AbominationCare because in their theology it is the same as gambling and is forbidden. In my opinion, by granting this exemption from the outset it is acknowledge that AbominationCare is void any time it does so.
When AbominationCare attempts to force me as an employer to pay for the willful termination of a human life for the sake of anything other than to save the life of the mother, it is a direct violation of a religious belief that has just as much standing as does the exemption of Muslims and Amish due to insurance.
As a point leading up to AbominationCare paying for abortion, it levies a tax to pay for contraception which some people also have a principled religious-based exception to.
But this is always the way with tyrants. I am sure that many Germans objected to being forced to document the racial background of their family history for purposes of imposing and then enforcing racial purity laws. But once the initial objections are overcome by government, it becomes easier to impose the next outrage and the next until the government wears down the citizen into at state of compliance.
But we can revoke this government’s charter and redefine our relationship with it in a peaceful and thoughtful manner if we can have courage in the founding principles. The threats and dangers of the present trajectory are far more dangerous than the work product of a Constitutional Convention, a document that must be ratified by a supermajority of the surviving states.
How much more outrage must we endure before we are obligated to honor the clause in the Declaration of Independence:
“But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.”
Hmmm, I wonder why CNN didn't say "Domino's Pizza, employer of 145,000 workers has won a
temporary court victory."
Problem: Provide a range of contraception and reproductive health services.
Answer: Fire women hire only men.