Saturday, December 7, 2013

Corporations, Religious Views and the ACA: A Question To Ask

Last week (November 26th), the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear two cases on whether or not corporations are allowed, based on their religious views and/or the religious views of their owners, to not provide insurance plans that cover contraceptives to their employees.

I just have one question that I wish a Supreme Court Justice would ask, that I think would end this farcical concept that corporations have religious rights: When is the last time Hobby Lobby, Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp or any other company/corporation attended church, mass, prayers, temple, etc?

The answer would be be "never".  Since corporations cannot attend an institution of faith and since corporations do not have "free will" as their works for legal fiction, they cannot hold religious views.  To rule otherwise, would be insane.

Too bad my question won't be asked.

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