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Hobby Lobby pays to kill innocent babies by forced abortion in China

Hobby Lobby says they are Christian. They say they love God. They claim that the reason they don’t want to pay for employee health insurance is that some of that money might end up paying for someone’s abortion, and they hate abortion. This is their argument:

1) If we pay for health insurance for our employees, that money goes into a pool of money that the health insurance company has to pay for things.

2) If that health insurance company covers abortions, then they might take some money out of that pool and give it to a hospital that performed an abortion.

3) Therefore, if we pay for health insurance for our employees it is the same as if we were paying for abortions.

Hobby Lobby thinks that paying for insurance that pays hospitals that pays doctors who perform abortions is like paying for abortions.

Hobby Lobby thinks that paying for insurance that pays hospitals that pays doctors who perform abortions is like paying for abortions.

As a result, they object, because they don’t want to pay for abortions.

This style of argument is common. This is the same logic that we use to deny public funding to Planned Parenthood, even though only a teeny tiny fraction of what Planned Parenthood does has anything to do with abortion.  The logic is like this:

1) If public money goes to Planned Parenthood, then it goes into  a big bucket with all of their other money.

2) Some part of the money in that bucket might get used to pay a doctor who performs an abortion.

3) Therefore, if any public money at all goes to Planned Parenthood in any way, then it is the same as if we are paying for abortions.

Using tax money to pay Planned Parenthood who might use some of that money to pay a doctor to perform an abortion is like paying for an abortion.

Using tax money to pay Planned Parenthood who might use some of that money to pay a doctor to perform an abortion is like paying for an abortion.

As a result, we object to public money going to Planned Parenthood, because we don’t want to pay for abortions. As you can see, the logic is impeccable.

Unfortunately, THERE IS A PROBLEM!!!!

Hobby Lobby buys some of its materials from Chinese companies! Now, everybody knows that Chinese companies pay money to the Chinese government in taxes, and the Chinese government forces women in China to have abortions.

Notice, this follows exactly the same logic:

1) If Hobby Lobby pays companies in China for their products, then that money goes into a big pool of money owned by the Chinese company.

2) If that Chinese company pays taxes, then some of their tax money will go toward GOVERNMENT-FORCED ABORTIONS IN CHINA.

3) Therefore, when Hobby Lobby buys products from China it is exactly as if Hobby Lobby is FORCING CHINESE PEOPLE TO GET ABORTIONS.

When Hobby Lobby buys products made in China it is exactly as if they are forcing Chinese women to have abortions.

When Hobby Lobby buys products made in China it is exactly as if they are forcing Chinese women to have abortions.

Clearly, as you can see, the logic is the same.

So, Hobby Lobby, I ask you this:

Why do you hate babies?

Why do you hate God?

Don’t you realize that the only way to be Godly–using the logic that you are using to deny employees health insurance–is to make everything yourself and not interact with the world economy at all?

Honestly, Hobby Lobby. I thought you were better than this.

Baby-killers.

 

 
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8 Responses

  1. Liberal Bias,

    I oppose China’s barbaric forced abortion policy.

    That said, seeing as how Hobby Lobby is unlikely to boycott China and not sell Chinese products over this, they’ll have a lot of explaining to do. If they want to argue that they shouldn’t be required to pay for someone’s health insurance because they might use it to get an abortion, they, have a serious problem here. The state should use this argument against Hobby Lobby, when it gets to the supreme court.

  2. Wesley strack

    Actually, Hobby Lobby’s position is even more insidious than not wanting to pay for insurance. According to the argument they put to the Supreme Court’their religion requires then to provide insurance to their employees, but the employees must accept the healthcare that Hobby Lobby wants them to have. So employees would have to live with whatever restrictions Hobby Lobby chooses to impose.

  3. Richard rostad

    If the decision goes their way, there is no longer separation between a corporation and the officers who run/control the company. The veil is pierced and both financial liability and jail terms are attributable to live persons!

  4. Marie

    I cannot believe they are even wasting taxpayers money on this case. If not based on underlying motives of money, power & control they are claiming religion? How can this be? If they oppose abortion, which I’m guessing based on the sin-thou shall not kill-then why don’t they take a few steps back & and oppose prescription coverage for Viagra & other erectile dysfunction drugs based on the sin-premarital sex? A woman cannot get pregnant without sperm therefore no sperm no unwanted pregnancies no abortion. I do not believe you can pick and choose when religious beliefs are relevant, you either are 100% committed or you are not. In this case-not.

  5. Marie

    By the way I tried to post the same comment on PBS news hour and they erased it three times. Raising the question-are they bias? When faced with facts they do not like & cannot explain away then they just don’t post them and erase them instead? I am finding with much horror & dismay that I cannot trust any media coverage to tell the whole truth on a subject because they are bias. What is America coming to? I see a very sad ending.

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