This is probably more of a rant, but I just have to respond to this insanity that was the supreme court’s decision to allow Hobby Lobby to opt out their employees from birth control coverage. Unbelievable!!!! This sounds more like a subversive means of employee discrimination allowing employers to say, “You can work for us, but only if you share our religious beliefs regarding YOUR healthcare.” For the money grubbing companies who feel like they want to get back at the government for regulating healthcare coverage in the first place, this is an open invitation to make up any “against my religious beliefs” nonsense they can think of to allow them to drop healthcare coverage for their employees and save themselves a few bucks.
This is what I think… “SCREW YOU… HOBBY LOBBY!!!!” and any other company that tries this maneuver. If you felt THAT strongly about where your money went or where it came from you should be screening your customers for their beliefs. Could you imagine a Hobby Lobby cashier saying, “Before I ring this up can you please tell me if you use birth control?” I’ll bet the owner of Hobby Lobby has no problem TAKING money from the infidel. What a hypocrite!
I plan to make a list of shame for all these companies and keep it here. If you find any and can provide some source verifying the data, PLEASE send it to me and I will add it. Let’s use the consumer power we have to boycott these companies that would deny health care based on so-called “religious beliefs”.
THE LIST OF SHAME:
1. Tyndale House
2. Freshway Foods
3. Johnson Welded Products
4. Willis & Willis PC
5. Trijicon, Inc.
6. Barron Industries
7. Midwest Fastener Corp
8. Electrolock Inc.
9. Zumbiel Packaging
10. Encompass Develop, Design & Construct, LLC.
11. Holland Chevrolet
12. Autocam Corporation
13. Dominos Farms
14. Mersino Management
15. Eden Foods Incorporated
16. MK Chambers Company
17. M&N Plastics
18. Mersino Dewatering, INC
19. Korte & Luitjohan Contractors, Inc.,
20. Truine Health Group
21. Grote Industries
22. Tonn and Black Construction
23. Lindsay, Rappaport and Postel LLC
24. Hart Electric LLC,
25. Ozinga Brothers
26. O’Brien Industrial Holding
27. American Pulverizer Company
28. Annex Medical Inc
29. Sioux Chief MFG. Co, Inc.
30. O’Brien Industrial Holding
31. Bick Holdings Inc.
32. SMA LLC
34. Feltl and Co.
35. Randy Reed Automotive
36. Doboszenski & Sons, Inc
37. Hastings Automotive
38. Stinson Electric
39. Hercules Industries, Inc. is
40. Continuum Health Partnership & Conessione
41. Cherry Creek Mortgage Co.
42. Beckwith Electric Co.
43. Geneva College
44. Weingartz Supply Company
45. Sharpe Holdings Inc.
NON-PROFITS: (In my opinion, these still have no excuse… You want to have “corp” status, you provide heathcare. If it conflicts with your beliefs then talk about it with your employees. Don’t take it to court.)
46. Catholic Benefits Association
47. Belmont Abbey Coll.
48. Wheaton College (Illinois)
49. Roman Catholic Archbishop of Washington
50. Priests for Life (New York)
51. Roman Catholic Archdiocese of NY
52. Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, et al.
53. Louisiana College
54. Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth (Texas)
55. Roman Catholic Diocese of Biloxi (Mississippi)
56. East Texas Baptist University
57. Catholic Diocese of Beaumont (Texas)
58. Michigan Catholic Conference
59. Right to Life of Michigan
60. Catholic Diocese of Nashville (Texas)
61. Ave Maria Foundation (Michigan)
62. Union University (Tennessee)
63. University of Notre Dame (Indiana)
64. Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend (Indiana)
65. Grace Schools (Indiana)
66. Archdiocese of St. Louis (Missouri)
67. The School of the Ozarks (Missouri)
68. Dordt College (Iowa)
69. Colorado Christian
70. Southern Nazarene (Oklahoma)
71. Little Sisters of the Poor (Colorado)
72. Reaching Souls International, (Oklahoma)
73. Fellowship of Catholic University Students (Colorado)
74. Diocese of Cheyenne (Wyoming)
75. Eternal World Television Network (Alabama)
76. Ave Maria University (Florida)
77. Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta (Georgia)
78. Perisco (Diocese of Erie)
79. Zubik (Diocese of Pittsburgh)
80. Brandt (Diocese of Greensburg),
81. Dr. James Dobson (“Family Talk” radio show and ministry)
82. Ave Maria School of Law (Florida)