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2012-12-30 Britain
Christians have no right to refuse to work on Sundays, judge rules
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Posted by lotp 2012-12-30 00:00|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [216 views ]  Top

#1 Here in Obamaland this week, the Supremes threw out the 'Hobby Lobby' suite over insurance funding for the birth control pill. No longer matters what your personal desires or Christian beliefs are, you must remain silent and eat the Gov't provided biscuits.
Posted by Besoeker 2012-12-30 04:54||   2012-12-30 04:54|| Front Page Top

#2 But no doubt Muslims get all their [un]holy days off. Plus at least an hour each day to prey.
Posted by CrazyFool 2012-12-30 08:23||   2012-12-30 08:23|| Front Page Top

#3 no right to decline working on Sunday as it is not a "core component"

#4 in the Judeo-Christian Rule Book:

Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God. In it you shall do no work.
Posted by Glenmore 2012-12-30 09:24||   2012-12-30 09:24|| Front Page Top

#4 Hobby Lobby lost, but in the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals another company won. The religious objection to the mandate is going to be argued in the Supreme Court one way or another:

Late yesterday afternoon, the Seventh Circuit granted an emergency injunction against the HHS mandate -- preventing its enforcement against an Illinois business and its owners. My colleagues at the ACLJ represent Korte & Luitjohan Contractors, Inc., a family-owned, full-service construction contractor. The company is located in Highland, Ill., and employs about 90 workers.

The brief opinion is worth a read in its entirety, but two parts stand out. First, the court disagreed with the Tenth Circuit's recent decision rejecting Hobby Lobby's request for a similar injunction. ... Second, the court distinguished Justice Sotomayor's recent decision not to grant Hobby Lobby emergency relief, rightly noting that Justice Sotomayor applied a much different standard ...
Posted by trailing wife 2012-12-30 10:08||   2012-12-30 10:08|| Front Page Top

#5 Try telling the Muslims that they cannot worship as they please. Maybe the Christians should get more militant in their beliefs.
Posted by JohnQC 2012-12-30 10:15||   2012-12-30 10:15|| Front Page Top

#6 Hobby Lobby didn't lose. They just weren't granted an injunction against Federal Penalties, which they say they'll ignore anyway. Sotomayor handed that down. Their case will still be heard.
Posted by Charles 2012-12-30 22:02||   2012-12-30 22:02|| Front Page Top

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