Dangerous Inflamatory And Hypocritical Langauge By Hillary Clinton- Hobby Lobby

Bill Clinton and Democrats signed into LAW the Religious Freedom Restoration Act which dates back to 1993, when it was passed by an almost unanimous Congress after a controversial Supreme Court decision in 1990 angered liberals and conservatives. But after Congress passed RFRA, the Supreme Court ruled in 1997 that the Act couldn’t be applied to states. So back then the democrats including husband Bill were all on board of the act– But now Hillary seams to reject the entire law BACK STORY.

Hillary also suggests the ONLY (4) so-called contraceptives (out of 20) are very expensive, and the employer will prevent women from getting them. No– the ruling does not prevent them from that. It says OWNERS of the company don’t have to pay for it! And, these pills or what ever, are INEXPENSIVE often less than a pack of cigarettes in month–so I have called and found out. PLUS.. There is Planned Parent Hood and a whole host of other programs out there from all four corners of the earth to get them FOR FREE.

This is another attempt at TRY the war on women thing again like in 2012, which I think women might be getting SICK and TIRED of being used (my wife is) for political purposes now knowing the truth about these lying enclaves of Statists.

This is also a MAJOR favorful distraction to a terrible and failed Secretary of State that thinks she was robbed of her rightful seat to the throne when Mr. Obo swooped in from Manchuria to to usher in the end of America as we knew it.

HILLARY CLINTON:

Part of the reason I was so adamant about including women and girls in our foreign policy, not as a luxury but as a central issue is because they’re often the canaries in the mine. You watch women and girls being deprived of their rights, some of them never have them, some of them lose them. And among those rights is control over their bodies, control over their own health care, control over the size of their families.

And It is a disturbing trend that you see in a lot of societies that are very unstable, anti-democratic, and frankly prone to extremism. Where women and women’s bodies are used as the defining and unifying issue to bring together people, men, to get them to, you know, behave in ways that are disadvantageous to women but which prop up them because of their religion, their sect, their tribe, whatever.

So to introduce this element into our society — look, we’re always going to argue about abortion. It’s a hard choice and it’s controversial and that’s why I’m pro-choice because I want people to make their own choices.

And it is very troubling that a salesclerk at Hobby Lobby, who needs contraception, which is pretty expensive, is not going to get that service through her employer’s health care plan because her employer doesn’t think she should be using contraception.

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