To Comfort The Afflicted
And Afflict The Comfortable

To Comfort The Afflicted And Afflict The Comfortable

Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Observercast

No More Greenbacks For Greens

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BY KAREN WEBB

Now is the time for all of us, especially women –  and I mean all who give a crap about your rights – to decide that where to spend your money depends on your own civil rights.

Tell Hobby Lobby and the Green family where they can cram their religious freedom. Corporations are people and now they have religious liberty and you don’t.

I have not entered a Hobby Lobby since this began and I don’t intend to ever enter one again.

Money is speech and Hobby Lobby has a lot more free speech than I do, but we have to ban together. I feel sorry for those who work for Hobby Lobby, but if I were one of them I would be off the job today.

Today you need to find out what religious beliefs your company shareholders have.

Obviously the Greens think the only way to spread their religion is by law.

Goodbye Hobby Lobby, Mardel and all the rest. Women fought really hard to even get birth control. Maybe we need to start picketing Hobby Lobby and since the Supremes said picketers do not have to stay 30 feet from clinics, then I think we need to see how close we can get to Hobby Lobby with signs.

While we are at it, we need to make sure women who need their jobs at this judgmental corporation can get what they need. Maybe we should all start going after the Greens for anything in their stores that are not Bible-based, like anything invented in the last two centuries – you know, anything.

Jesus didn’t have all that bling.

Karen Webb lives in Moore, OK and is a frequent contributor to The Oklahoma Observer

 

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Arnold Hamilton
Arnold Hamilton became editor of The Observer in September 2006. Previously, he served nearly two decades as the Dallas Morning News’ Oklahoma Bureau chief. He also covered government and politics for the San Jose Mercury News, the Dallas Times Herald, the Tulsa Tribune and the Oklahoma Journal.