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pmv

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Isnt Hobby Lobby the company that crapped all over gays and unwed mothers?
In the name of its sincerely held religious beliefs (which corporations can have, apparently, according to that in--no-way-entirely-political institution, the Supreme Court). Though oddly those beliefs didn't stop it doing masses of business with China - a country that was actively incentivizing abortions at the time - because doing so increased profits. Makes one wonder what Christian America really worships.
 

brycejones

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In the name of its sincerely held religious beliefs (which corporations can have, apparently, according to that in--no-way-entirely-political institution, the Supreme Court). Though oddly those beliefs didn't stop it doing masses of business with China - a country that was actively incentivizing abortions at the time - because doing so increased profits. Makes one wonder what Christian America really worships.
Since too many of them worship Trump I would say that question has already been answered. The answer wasn’t the God or Jesus of the New Testament.
 

pmv

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Didn't the US have to rescind meat-rationing during WW2 because the public wouldn't stand for it?

It worked well here, my parents swore that it produced long-term benefits in immunizing their generation against the gluttony that has afflicted us younger people. I'm sure I'd have better teeth now if I'd grown up with rationing!
 

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