July 01, 2014

Today in what modern comicbook creators think of you

Well, the Supreme Court is on the contemporary comicbook crews' collective moonbat minds after yesterday's rulings, in particular with regards to the Hobby Lobby case. And they ain't happy. First up, our good pal Dan Slott compares the high court's conservative bloc (and contemporary Christians) to ... 16th century Spanish conquistadors:

I'd ask the gnomish one to explain how the SCOTUS (or modern Christians) "imposed" religious belief upon society (well, women, really in this case), but that would require an IQ over 90 and I don't think Dan qualifies. Not to mention, someone responded to Slott's tweet (supposedly humorously) "ask the Aztecs." Yes, indeed -- also ask what would have worse: The Spanish imposing Christianity upon the natives, or the Aztecs imposing their religion ... which routinely (and barbarically) included human sacrifice.

No. See here (thanks, Doug) to note but one example.

Then, there's this retweet by the gnome:

Classy, eh? All because Wonder Woman can't have her employer (who knew she worked at Hobby Lobby?) pay for certain forms of birth control. Talk about your cognitive dissonance. Like this, too (retweeted by comics 'bat Gail Simone):

Indeed -- the company that pays your salary should just STFU and give you whatever benefits you desire. The hell with what their beliefs (or wants) are. They just give you a living, after all.

Along those same lines, here's Tom Brevoort, another political/legal mental midget, chiming in:

Earth to Tom: Certain contraceptive benefits paid for by your employer are NOT taxes. And corporations ARE people in many (most?) legal realms, including this one. The predilection among modern "progressives" to bring up this corporation stuff ignores over 200 years of legal precedent.

Lastly, here's 'ol Ron Marz who obviously didn't feel like putting as much "effort" into the whole pile-on as Slott, et. al. did:

Actually, if the US soccer team does as well as the SCOTUS did yesterday, we'll be moving on to the quarter finals, thank you very much.

Be sure to check out, too, Douglas Ernst's reaction to these geniuses.

UPDATE: Also check out Truthwillwin1's reaction to the tweets in question.

UPDATE 2: The gnomish one is having a fit because "right-wing bloggers" took him too "literally." Funny, if a "right-wing blogger" had used "Muslims" without the requisite "some" or "radical" inserted in there, guys like Slott would be screaming bloody "Islamophobia" on social media for days.

Posted by Hube at July 1, 2014 10:56 AM | TrackBack

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Great post Hube!
Here are my views:

What about employers rights? What about the right to life for the child?

Posted by: truthwillwin1 at July 1, 2014 11:12 AM

Thanks, Truth! Linked!

Posted by: Hube at July 1, 2014 11:20 AM

The whole argument boils down to "get out of my bedroom but leave your wallet"

Posted by: Duffy at July 1, 2014 11:39 AM


Posted by: Hube at July 1, 2014 12:04 PM

Great point Duffy, they want to be able to do anything they want without any personal accountability. They want others to pay for their actions, how is that not infringing on others rights?

Posted by: truthwillwin1 at July 1, 2014 12:21 PM

Some observations on the decision, what Hobby lobby has always been willing to cover, and the meaning of RFRA -- http://rhymeswithright.mu.nu/archives/350187.php

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