Tuesday, July 01, 2014

#JoinTheDissent

via The Advocate



8 comments:

the dogs' mother said...
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the dogs' mother said...

Sorry, lost my head there for a minute. I used to work, as an educator, for 'the organization who shall not be named with the initials
PP. So I have opinions. :-)

This issue revolves around what keeps a fertilized egg from implanting. That is what HL and the Mennonite cabinet company object to.

A diaphragm is okay and so are 15 other methods of birth control.

That said I fear the slippery slope.

S'A said...

And yet they sell items made in China, where birth control and abortion are encouraged. Hypocrites.

Bob Slatten said...

Plus, they invest corporate profits into medical companies that make birth control. Go figure ....

anne marie in philly said...

thank the dogs and cats there are none of these h8 stores around here; I would be VERY tempted to toss a grenade into one (if I could buy a grenade, that is).

Biki Honko said...

Slippery slope begins here. So, if the company was jewish, or muslim, or some other than xtain, would the ruling have been the same? Me thinkist not.

Helen Lashbrook said...

All falls by the wayside, including common sense (usually the first victim), when religion enters the equation

designing wally said...

Poor Jesus.
Wicked people doing evil in his name.