A for-profit corporation can exercise religious beliefs. Excellent.
First step, win a lawsuit and become immune from providing coverage that includes contraceptives based on religious beliefs.
Second step, use that as a precedent for future lawsuits so you can potentially deny coverage for vaccines and hospice care and blood transfusions and psychiatric medications and healthcare in general because prayer is better than doctors, based on religious beliefs.
Eventually, let’s just let corporations deny employment based on religious beliefs. Because a woman’s place is at home popping out babies and why should companies be forced to hire and pay those abominable Gays?
Regardless of whether or not you believe the Government overstepped its authority by mandating health coverage, it is an existing law. As of right now, the Government has a responsibility to protect my rights. My rights include not being discriminated against in my workplace based on my gender and religious beliefs.
As a female employee who does not hold to the belief that contraception is evil, under the health care law, it is illegal for an employee to deny me coverage based on differing religious views.
Until now. When the SCOTUS sides with corporations over real people once again. In case anyone wonders why I don’t trust our Government and Judicial System.
Anyway, I work for a non-profit, faith-based organization that will cover my lack of morality and desire to have babies. So Hobby Lobby, claiming they need to follow their Christian values while paying their employees minimum wage and importing products from Chinese sweatshops, can go fuck themselves.