Hobby Lobby Ain’t Got Nothing On Me

Boss: We’re glad you applied for a job with ACME moving company. Can you lift boxes weighing 40 lbs?
Applicant: Yes I can. But I won’t lift them.
Boss: You do know that lifting boxes is a big part of this job?
Applicant: Yes.
Boss: Your resume says you’re part of an organization that promotes “Anti Box Lifting”.
Applicant: Yes.
Boss: Well I don’t think you’re cut out for this position. Thanks anyway.
Applicant: I’m suing you.

And so it goes. It sounds like a set-up from the get go: Sara Hellwege, soon to be graduating nurse in Georgia with a membership in an anti-abortion organization, applies for a job at a Title X clinic in Florida, gets rejected as a candidate for a position because she refuses to perform a large portion of the proposed job, files federal law suit alleging religious discrimination. Again we see birth control being equated with abortifacients in the lawsuit.

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5 Responses to Hobby Lobby Ain’t Got Nothing On Me

  1. roket says:

    The party of tort reform sure does a lot of torting.


    • ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© says:

      Not to mention, the party of small government does a lot of trying to get the government in other people’s business.


  2. Aren’t conservatives all for employers having the right to hire whosoever they want? That’s tight up there with tort reform in the con playbook.


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