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When reading that the federal government would impose $1.3 million per day fine on this business and its Christian owners for not providing baby killing coverage, I had a sudden vision that we are headed for a uprising. Such persecution cannot be tolerated. The only way to get serious attention of federal courts and agencies seems to be, I am sorry to say, an uprising.

If the federal government wants to bill people direct for their baby killing coverage, fine and they can deal with the backlash. Leave businesses and their sponsored health coverage alone!

9 posted on 04/02/2013 9:19:52 AM PDT by Hostage (Be Breitbart!)
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12/29/12 FR POSTED: Hobby Lobby to Defy Sotomayor Ruling on Morning-After Pill

SUPPORT HOBBY LOBBY Hobby Lobby is one of the few stores that carries the Krylon Looking Glass Spray Paint needed to make those wonderful antique mercury glass look-alike items. The mercury glass objects look great in Christmas displays with votive lights flickering inside----I used cobalt blue accent pieces.

Examples of Krylon sprayed on clear glass items---lots of tutorials on-line.




MARTHASTEWART.COM...has this simple technique that lends new, shiny glass ornaments the muted, authentic appearance of antique mercury glass---supplies available at Hobby Lobby. . NOTE: As authentic mercury glass ages, it loses some of its luster and tends to darken in spots. DIY'ers will need a little paint and small sponges to get the effect.

Tools and Materials---1 small tube of white gouache paint, 1 small tube of black gouache paint, 2 small natural sponges,Tissues


1. Place tea each white/black paint in separate bowls. Dilute with water droplets til consistency of heavy cream. 2. dab entire surface with sponge dipped in white gouache cream. 3. While still wet, use tissues to gently dab creating a mottled look. 4. W/ 2nd sponge, lightly and sparingly dab a few places with black gouache. 5. Use clean tissues to lighten and blur the black spots, creating the appearance of flaked mercury glass. 6. Let dry for at least 1 hour.

11 posted on 04/02/2013 9:46:44 AM PDT by Liz
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