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jennwitte:

broke a couple of sticks of chalk on this one

This really sums up one of America’s biggest political hypocrisies

Last week, the Supreme Court ruled in the highly publicized case of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby that family-owned corporations, including the craft supply chain, can abstain from offering their employees certain contraception options if those options are deemed religiously objectionable. In the aftermath of the ruling, which was widely criticized, the imagery above is looking more true than ever — need we even point to the fact that there is a constitutional amendment protecting an individual’s right to “bear arms” but not for women to have access to critical forms of health care?
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micdotcom:

jennwitte:

broke a couple of sticks of chalk on this one

This really sums up one of America’s biggest political hypocrisies

Last week, the Supreme Court ruled in the highly publicized case of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby that family-owned corporations, including the craft supply chain, can abstain from offering their employees certain contraception options if those options are deemed religiously objectionable. In the aftermath of the ruling, which was widely criticized, the imagery above is looking more true than ever — need we even point to the fact that there is a constitutional amendment protecting an individual’s right to “bear arms” but not for women to have access to critical forms of health care?

Read more