SCOTUSblog is a fantastic resource for learning about all-things related to the U.S. Supreme Court. The SCOTUSblog Twitter feed says on the main page that they are “a private blog about the Supreme Court of the U.S.”

“Private,” as in “not part of the Supreme Court.”

But learning the background information about SCOTUSblog before commenting isn’t on the agenda for some who are angry with this morning’s Supreme Court decision on the Hobby Lobby case.

SCOTUSblog retweeted many and provided a funny running commentary about the cluelessness:

Oh the irony:

Sheer genius!

@SCOTUSblog retweeted this evidence that reality is a hard sell:

Editor’s note: This post has been updated to include additional tweets.



‘Fu*k you:’ Left-wingers want to ‘burn down’ Hobby Lobby after SCOTUS win

‘Clueless or lying’: Sandra Fluke ‘purposefully ignoring’ fact about Hobby Lobby decision

Hey, remember when Dems supported Religious Freedom Restoration Act? Neither do they!; Will they repeal?

  • Informed&Concerned


    These are the same folks who don’t know difference between 16 offered and 4 objected to in Hobby Lobby case on religious freedoms

    • Name

      EXACTLY! No where and in no instance did HL “impose” their religious views on employees and say “you can’t have BC” (which is, of course, exactly how the left has portrayed it). They’ve always said “we’re not paying for specific drugs”. A HL employee did, and still has the ability to go out on their own (or through the much-touted “exchange) and buy those 4 drugs on their own or even pay to have an abortion (or not if they went to Planned Parenthood).
      News flash for the gimme-gimme “Progessives” (I hate that term)- a private company, the gov’t, or anybody else for that matter does NOT have to provide everything for you from cradle to grave.

      • bicentennialguy

        You said it….”not paying for specific drugs.” No insurance pays for all drugs. I’d like to see these Lefties’ Obamacare policies’ formularies and look at just what isn’t covered. Perhaps if they knew, it’d finish them off and do us all a favor.

        • Nonameworks

          They probably provide most or all contraceptives “free” — Because optics.

          While cutting some life saving meds (and docs).
          Some people can’t get it through their thick heads and indoctrinated hearts that:

          1. There is no free lunch.
          2. You can’t have everything you want. (Even if the BHO promised you the Rose Garden.)

      • ReeFungorio

        They aren’t Progressives nor are they Liberal. They are Leftists. It drives them nuts, so I keep saying it!

    • BigSky1970

      More anger directed at this decision than there was at the Supremes removing outdated law from the Voting Rights Act.

      • Informed&Concerned

        I have a man (conservative Army hero) who wants to argue with me about a woman’s anatomy and where conception actually takes place . . .

        While contraception has changed over past 10 years, I’m pretty sure God’s design hasn’t . . .

      • conservativechick

        While we’re all distracted.. BO is doing this! Much more important to him.

        • wutmewayciss

          “America cannot wait forever for them to act,” Obama said. He said he’s launching a new effort to “fix as much of our immigration system as I can, on my own, without Congress.”

          Well,why not? Every time he does this it’s a huge success! Guys,remember when he was compelled to “fix” our healthcare system because of Congress’ “obstruction”? Everybody here was against it, but now look at you. You got free cancer treatments and replacement livers just falling out of the sky,available to everyone at absolutely no cost,on-time and convenient. Uh..wait a minute,the LSD’s wearing off, let me get another hit real quick. Ok. That’s better. As I was saying,the healthcare system in America is VASTLY improved now.

          All hail Ceasar Obama,let us look forward to his next imperial decree.

      • Dungeonmaster Jim

        Because with many lefties their genitals are all important and must never be questioned.

    • Melody Canterberry

      I think those tweets escalated from “Bless your heart” to “Aren’t you Precious” in a very short time.

    • rennyangel2

      Typical lefty loony commies. The ruling also does snot apply to any business except one “closely held” by family and professing Christian values (like no opening on Sundays), and only applies to abortificients and actual abortion. No other corps. or business are influenced and Hobby Lobby and others like will go on offering contraceptive choices on the med. ins. Such sound and fury over nothing.

      • Brandon

        Comments like “lefty loony commies” don’t help reconcile our people. Stop buying into the polarizing us v. them bullshit.

    • JP

      More people should read SCOTUSblog. I check it every day. I even read the relist watch (which I say because they always joke that no one reads that.) Lyle, Amy, and everyone do a really great job and it is truly a forum where you can find both sides well represented by guest posters, and in the daily roundup links. I knew then that they did have a sense of humor, but this is a whole new kind of hilarious.

    • Brandon

      It’s still troublesome that Hobby Lobby gets to wiggle out of any part of the ACA. Last time I checked I don’t have any magical superpower that exempts me from following the letter of the law. It implies that as a corporation it has more rights than I do as a private citizen.

      • Inquiring

        And, the Senate and Congress had already written in many exemptions for for-profits and non-profits who objected to providing coverage or would be burdened by certain coverage. So, yeah, it sucks private citizen’s cannot be exempted, but that is the fault of the Senate and Congress for trying to screw over private citizens, complain to them, not to the court for properly invoking the RFRA and other exemptions that Congress and the Senate included in that (Un)Affordable Care Act.

        • Brandon

          I’ll complain to all three branches, thanks. They’re all responsible.

      • S H

        so if we pass a law about saying you shouldn’t be allowed to use a computer; its cool?

        • Brandon

          Laws can’t be passed singling out individuals. Nice try though.

        • TroubleAtTheMine

          If your computer is killing babies, then it’s totally cool.

      • Informed&Concerned

        1. Sebelius wrote the contraceptive RULE, it was never a part of the bill passed by congress & signed into law.

        2. SCOTUS ruling was in support of the owners of the corporation’s DEEPLY held religious convictions against 4 (of the 20 in total) contraceptives included in the rule. Green & Hahn Families couldn’t support paying for abortifacients

        3. SCOTUS narrowly tailored opinion for “closely held private companies”, not public corporations. Majority of private companies in America do not have >50 employees (per Forbes)

        4. Finally, because of Green family’s documented Christian principles applied to their business model, their deep faith could not be questioned.
        – Pay 180% more than min wage for starting employees
        -provided health insurance LONG before even Hillary attempted her plan when Bill was president
        – refusal to be open on Sundays, even during peak holiday seasons

        Hope that helps, Brandon

        • Brandon

          I’m an Oklahoma native and I’m well aware of their more laudable qualities, Informed. Thanks. Nothing else you said even comes close to addressing my concerns here. And yes. They are a closely held company, but they don’t fall under Forbes >50 classification. Not even close.

          • Informed&Concerned

            Correct: “they don’t fall under Forbes >50 classification”

            That was for the argument I see from left regarding opening a can of worms . . . it won’t be mass exodus from Rule attached to ACA –
            – the MINORITY OF PRIVATE COMPANIES fall under 50 employees. HL is not one of them

            I saw a great tweet yesterday (wish I could find actual tweet)

            “The law enables me to buy a gun, but does not require my employer to buy that gun” . . .

            the law enables employees to buy abortifacients, but not force employer to violate their religious beliefs to fund it

          • Brandon

            Except the law is supposed to force employers to all play by the same rules when they are over a certain size. The whole small and closely held exemption was included to protect smaller businesses from being hurt by the ACA. This is a bit exploitative of the exemption on the ground of religious freedom which, frankly, shouldn’t get to enter into it at all. Because as a large corporation they shouldn’t get to operate as private individuals.
            I understand their position, and frankly don’t have a problem with it personally. But in terms of a bigger picture, it’s problematic.

          • Informed&Concerned

            You wrote “law is supposed to force employers”

            I thought the law was supposed to help uninsured Americans get insurance.

            And the issue brought before the court was a RULE, – a rule written by Sebelius, added after it was signed into law


      • TroubleAtTheMine

        If the law required you to pay for someone else’s abortion, you would have a right to appeal against that law on grounds of religious conscience (if you had one, which I assume you don’t), just as Hobby Lobby did. And you would have had a right to win the appeal and in doing so change the law. What do you think the Supreme Court is for, anyway? It’s for this exact kind of thing.

        • Brandon

          Stop trying to apply scenarios on an individual basis, because that’s like comparing apples to kung pao chicken. A collection of individuals that own and operate a business as large as HL shouldn’t get all of the same protections and considerations as a group that they’d get as individuals. Hobby lobby has more retail locations than Apple has stores worldwide. Yes, the SC exists for this kind of thing, but that doesn’t mean they always make the right call.

          Also, religious conscience is a very fluid term, even in the United States when you apply it to the various flavors of Christianity. You can be pro-life and understand that at the end of the day a company is a company and so should have to follow all of the same rules that all the other companies have to follow.

          • TroubleAtTheMine

            You’re really such a dummy.

  • Jake

    I disagree with today’s decision, but these tweets to SCOTUSBlog are hilarious. They do fantastic work at that blog and it’s great to see them have a sense of humor.

    • VerminMcCann

      What could you possibly find objectionable about the idea that owners of closely-held corporations should not be forced to violate their sincerely held religious beliefs?

      • NRPax

        He claimed that it was a “slippery slope.”

        • VerminMcCann

          Toward what? A complete lack of the government forcing people to do things?

          • libtarded

            Can’t have that now… To the leftist there is only one God, and that God is Government. Hence, the Sharia like responses…

          • Brandon

            Corporations aren’t people.

          • S H

            that’s a tangent / distraction from the actual point

          • Brandon

            “Toward what? A complete lack of the government forcing people to do things?”
            Vermin referred to a corporation as a person. It IS a rebuttal to his actual point.

          • VerminMcCann

            Actually I didn’t refer to corporations or a corporation as anything.

            Regardless, this whole “corporations aren’t people” hissy-fit the left has been throwing for the past few years is completely out of touch with reality. By definition corporations are artificial people. But that point isn’t even remotely relevant to any of the decisions that lead to the aforementioned liberal hissy fit. The point at issue is the left’s absurd notion that people give up their fundamental freedoms by choosing to form a corporation.

          • TexSizzle

            Under the law, it is a person, pluralized persons rather than people.

          • VerminMcCann

            Actually, per the applicable statute, they are. Of course, that’s completely irrelevant, given that the rights at issue are the rights of the owners of the corporation.

          • TexSizzle

            No, but under law, they are persons.

      • feloneouscat

        Perhaps I missed the “forced to violate” part – exactly how was Hobby Lobby “forced to violate” anything? Were they forced to take BC pills? No. Were they forced to take part in any form of contraception? No.

        If they had an issue with transfusions, could they prevent this as well?

        At what point is my body separate from the corporation? Can they not also hold that if I use my salary to buy contraception that it also violates their religious beliefs?

        It’s not a slippery slope. It’s a fucking cliff.

        • Donald Wade

          “Can they not also hold that if I use my salary to buy contraception that it also violates their religious beliefs?”
          No, but don’t let that fact get in the way of your doomsday hyperbole.
          BTW, didn’t liberals say that slavery was back after the Voting Rights case last year? Where can I buy one of those?

          • Strange1

            “..Where can I buy one of those?..” no idea…but my first guess would be either Walmart or Chic-fil-a …just a guess.

          • tallron

            Clearly irony is lost on a hemmoroid-brain like you.

          • Donald Wade

            that sound was the point rushing over your head

        • OldNHMan

          HL’s complaint dealt not with birth control per se, but with the so-called Morning After pill which is an abortifactant, in effect chemically induced abortion. It is this – abortion – they are opposed to and they felt they shouldn’t be forced to pay for something to which they are morally and religiously opposed. They aren’t saying they won’t pay for coverage for contraceptives or that they have a problem with them, just the morning after pills. It isn’t like they’re expensive, meaning that without insurance no one could afford them.

          Get an effin’ grip, will ya?

          • Mike Gable

            If they haven’t worked it out on their own, pointing out t obvious just gets in their way!

          • OldNHMan


        • Mark81150 Never/Trump/Hillary

          You completely distorted the decision to build a nonsense argument….

          if you belive abortin is murder, than being forced to fund it is a huge violation of your right to freedom of conscience… no where did it state there was a move to fire people for having abortions..

          you made that up, then use it to justify crushing a business into giving you free stuff.. you want an abortion, use your own money to murder.. don’t hold a gun to someone elses head then plead victim..

        • Mike Gable

          Focus, pal

        • TomJB

          Even your attempt at reductio ad absurdum fails. HL is opposed to drugs that abort a conceived life – they have no problem with drugs that prevent a conception, but they have a problem with killing a newly formed human zygote. That is completely in line with covering transfusions as that, also, is designed to save life.

          As for using your own salary to buy contraceptions (I assume you are referring to the abortifacients doublespeakingly called “emergency contraception” to make you think they are something different than they are, and not to actual contraception medications to which they are not opposed), they would not be able to stop you from walking down to the local CVS or Walmart and plopping down $10 for a month’s supply.

          Oh, who am I kidding, more like plopping down $0.50 for a month’s supply.

        • Suzyqpie

          “At what point is my body separate from the corporation?” You lost me on that one. I fail to see any connection between a persons private individual body and a corporate entity, private, publicly traded, LLC or whatever……

          • $2799074

            She is delusional that unless Hobby Lobby provides something to her, she can’t get it nor are they PREVENTING her from getting it.

        • VerminMcCann

          Come on, take a breath and focus. You can do this. Per their sincerely held religious beliefs they should not participate in supplying certain types of birth control. You and the rest of your hive were trying to force them to. It’s not tricky.

        • VerminMcCann

          Or, if you’d like the chance to say something constructive, feel free to answer this question: Where is the limit on the opposite side of the spectrum? What, if anything, do you think you don’t have the right to force an employer to do?

        • Bullet Tooth Tony

          fund your own contraception, you lazy motard

        • rennyangel2

          No, they did and still will offer contraceptives, just not abortificients and abortion, and if you remember the Hyde amendment, the US gov. was NEVER supposed to force people to pay for anyone’s abortion ag. their religious beliefs. Some people have such short memories.

        • Al’s Annoyed Grandpa

          A big swing and a miss. You corkscrewed yourself right into the ground on that one.

        • $2799074

          What part of if they don’t want to provide it they don’t have to and just because they won’t provide it for you doesn’t mean you can’t get it? Paying for someone to kill someone else makes them complicit in the crime. So if they believe that if they give you the resources to kill your baby, which you do if you are using drugs to kill it, they have a right to not be complicit in it. It’s THAT SIMPLE!

          If that is not clear enough, because YOU want to kill your baby, that exists because YOU CHOSE TO ENGAGE IN THE BEHAVIOR THAT CAUSED IT TO FORM, doesn’t mean THEY MUST SUPPORT YOU IN DOING THAT. I guarantee you that if it was found out that men were going to Antarctica and trapping pregnant female seals and killing the unborn seals, YOU WOULD GO BERZERK. That you can’t see how killing a baby in the womb of women IS THE SAME THING BUT WORSE, you aren’t seeing clearly.

        • $2799074

          “Can they not also hold that if I use my salary to buy contraception that it also violates their religious beliefs?”

          No, it isn’t the same thing. Your salary is your wages and is not expressly for that purpose where providing insurance expressly for the purpose of killing your baby is a completely different matter and brings in the concept of “intent”. You MAY buy an abortifacient and you MAY NOT with your salary. Providing you an abortifacient expressly states that that is what it is used for and they KNOW it will be used for that because that is the ONLY purpose for it and therefore they would be supporting you in killing your baby and they don’t want to be a part of that. And they have a right to not be a part of that.

        • Don Meaker

          The workers at Hobby Lobby were not prevented from getting BC or transfusions. Nor are Jewish Delis in NYC forced to serve pork. Here is the separation: you get to spend your money on things you want to, but can’t tell other people what they have to spend money on.

        • libtarded

          Your rights do not necessarily extend to others’ wallets. You voluntarily work for a company. Find one you agree with who will pay for it, OR (better yet)– take some of that money they pay you with, and you know– buy things for yourself, like the good ol’ days.

        • Blake Waymire

          “Can they not also hold that if I use my salary to buy contraception that it also violates their religious beliefs?”

          No, that’s the government’s job.

        • VerminMcCann

          Or, maybe you’d care to explain why you think you and your side of this debate deserve to be taken seriously when you can’t even correctly identify the issue or respond constructively to those you disagree with.

      • Brandon

        Last time I checked I don’t have any magical superpower that exempts me from following the letter of the law. It implies that as a corporation it has more rights than I do as a private citizen.

        • VerminMcCann

          Why doesn’t being completely deteached from reality bother you? No one has asserted a “magical superpower” that exempts anyone from anything. We have, however, cited the First Amendment, which prevents the owners of closely held corporations from being forced to violated their sincerly held religious beliefs–just like it protects you and everyone else in the country.

          Honestly, why is it such a big deal to you people that there is now one fewer things you can force other people to do?

  • Seriously? ✓

    Ironic that the SCOTUS has actually denied SCOTUSblog’s press credentials.

    • CO2 Producer

      UPDATE (4:40 p.m.): Senate Press Gallery Director Laura Lytle emails:

      The law firm Goldstein & Russell. P.C. are major Supreme Court advocates and also directly, day to day, make editorial decisions for SCOTUSblog.

      Major Supreme Court advocates?! No judicial enthusiasts allowed in the courtroom!

  • Robert T

    I’d say that some of these people fell victim to Twitter autocomplete when they typed in @SCOTUS But then again….

  • Doc Farmer ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Hell, even Forrest Gump would say, “I’m slow, but you folks are f*cking STUPID!”

    • Doc Farmer ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Found this HILARIOUS reply (hope it’s real) from Matt Blaze…

      • Isolden

        We have the thread winner right here!

  • sgreen516

    By their responses, you’d think the Supreme Court just prohibited women from getting contraceptives by force of law.

    • keyboard jockey

      The hysterics on the left are breath taking and based no where in reality.

    • SideTraKd

      Not as far fetched as you might imagine.

      To a liberal, refusing to buy something for them is the same as preventing them from obtaining it. Their addled brains really can not sort the difference.

    • nc ✓s & balances

      You would think they were jailing women for using them.

  • keyboard jockey

    Let’s see Hobby Lobby covered contraception in their employees health insurance plans yesterday – today, and they will still cover it tomorrow, but according to lefty Twitter mob, OMG this SCOTUS decision upholding the 1st Amendment means it’s the end of civilization.

  • rssllue

    Oh, happy day!

  • keyboard jockey

    They were really hoping that SCOTUS would rule against the 1st Amendment bless their hearts.

    • Bullet Tooth Tony

      tyrants bein’ tyrannical

  • DaMello ®

    Whomever runs SCOTUSblog twitter feed is truly awesome!

  • jim

    The last one says it all. He calls them “uninformed” but can’t be bothered to read the account description that says a “private” blog. Unfortunately I don’t think their reply will mean anything to him. It does make for a few laughs though.

  • WhoMeToo

    And ==> @Nicole_Cameron

    actually replied to them!!!! Ahahahahahaha!!!! XD

  • LinTaylor ✓vitrified

    Don’t shoot the messenger…especially when he shoots right back with some high-calibre snark.

  • Kristy Patullo

    That’s awesome! The people at @SCOTUSblog have a great sense of humor. btw, ladies, you still have access to contraception, you just have to pay for it. Oh, the horror.

  • karmafordems

    I think its the gals who need to keep their thingies in their pants rather than out dancing

  • David

    I would expect nothing less from the crowd that cites satire sites and Comedy Central as their primary sources for information. I wonder how many actually blew a gasket when SCOTUSblog blew off their complaints. Very entertaining.

  • Carolyn#OYSD

    @SCOTUSblog…if I can borrow this from Kipling:

    If you can keep your head when all about you
    Are losing theirs and blaming it on you;
    If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
    But make allowance for their doubting too:
    If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
    Or, being lied about, don’t deal in lies,
    Or being hated don’t give way to hating,
    And yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise;

    AWESOME responses to the crazies!

  • bbroome62

    I follow(ed) this guy until I was notified he was a fraud. BTW Michelle Malkin follows him as well. Someone tweet her so she can be made aware.

    • BigSky1970

      LOL She can follow whoever she likes to follow, and she usually does.

      • bbroome62

        No shit Dick Tracy. I just think she is not aware of this SCOTUS guy’s deception.

    • snakebit

      A fraud? SCOTUSBlog doesn’t claim to be anything other than what it is – a blog that reports on and discusses SCOTUS decisions. And Michelle Malkin is aware of that.

  • Dave

    Amazing how passionate lefties become about the U.S. Constitution when they don’t get their way. But, forcing government healthcare on private U.S.citizens IS constitutional!!! They want it both ways.

  • waterytart

    Lefties act like they are now being FORCED by the right to reproduce, when truly, that’s pretty much the last thing we want.

  • H50 ✓RAT

    Golly progs are stupid.

    • Sean Barrentine

      Redundant statement.

      • H50 ✓RAT

        I know. Sometimes words fail me and thats all I got tho.

    • Mark81150 Never/Trump/Hillary

      Breathtakingly so…. if I were annoyed about something enough to burn off a tweet…. I’d spend more than two seconds to verify I was sending it to the right address. Given hashtags are a dime a dozen. And URL’s are easy to get..

      accuracy matters,.. like calling your neighbor John Smith from the first name listed in a phone book that lists 27 John Smith’s…

      what are the odds it’s correct?

      these people are much worse than just stupid… they wallow in it as a badge of honor.. the dumbest asshat in high school, is tweeter armed and by God dangerous,.. beware all you smarterest people, they R coming 4 u….

      Geez,.. it would have been like finding out the Soviet Spetnaz were made up of the 1000 stupidest beet farmers in Russia,.. at the height of the cold war.. and, they R coming 4 us….

      you’d almost feel sorry for them…

      Almost,… but you’d still be loading the belts into the 60’s… jacking rounds, breaking seals on grenade boxes…

      stupid is no defense.. though often, it’s a motivation..

      • H50 ✓RAT

        Golf clap.
        That post was a thing of beauty, it really was.
        On the nosey!

  • spaceycakes

    it’s official; the left just makes sh*t up & tweets it.

    • bicentennialguy

      Yep. Just another avenue for their whining and moaning.

  • alanstorm

    Remeber, the tweets above represent the cream of the crop for lefty thought.

    • LegalizeShemp

      They’re being taught in public schools and universities that some Americans can be forced to pay for other American’s goods and services. That’s how Commies roll.

    • H50 ✓RAT

      Gives induced vomiting a whole new meaning.

    • Mark81150 Never/Trump/Hillary

      If these are their brightest, ……. somewhere in their past, mom was putting lead pellets in their oatmeal…. maybe a little arsenic .. just a bit… something chain whooped their chromosome chain…

  • LegalizeShemp

    SCOTUS has put liberals in the position of being responsible for their own actions, and that’s why they have become targets. Under no circumstances will liberals be held responsible for their actions (or paying for them), come hell or high water.

  • Mary Mommy Happy 2016!

    Hey liberals?

    Stop Over-exaggerating about conservatives wanting to take away your birth control and learn what’s actually in the U.S. Constitution.

  • LegalizeShemp

    Liberal women twerk, but rarely actually work. They want free contraception, paid maternity leave and flexible work schedules while they fornicate and blast out illegitimate children. They shake their booties while we shake our heads.

  • Donald-Now2x/Sarc-w/0calories

    Oh great, generic, sugar free, powdered drink mix in water that does not have a huge, creepy, walking pitcher as a mascot, out my nose, AGAIN, from laughing at the GENIUS that writes for SCOTUSblog. Dang it!

  • anjullyn

    I despair at the stupidity shown by those tweeting AT A BLOG!

    • H50 ✓RAT

      Its like when they tweet personal messages to the president on OFA, or when they argue with an article in the Onion.
      Priceless…..for every thing eles theres MasterCard.

      • nc ✓s & balances

        And they can put their own 4 out of 20 forms of BC on it.

        • H50 ✓RAT

          Yep. Ive spent so much time shaking my head this morning, my neck hurts.
          The prog butt hurt is epic.They picked a bad week to stop sniffing glue.

        • snakebit

          @nc “And they can put their own 4 out of 20 forms of BC on it.”

          I’d be happy if Obama provided even 1 form of BC. Oh, wait, we’re not talking about Birth Certificates?

      • snakebit

        @Hana “Its like when they tweet personal messages to the president on OFA”

        I wouldn’t doubt that Obama reads the comments at OFA to bask in the adoration.

        • H50 ✓RAT

          LOL, not much adoration going on there these days.

    • Ken Alan Draper

      Just remember there are 299,999,990 Americans who did not post amazingly idiotic tweets on SCOTUSblog.

  • rambler

    Liberals are such sore losers and they have poor impulse control.

  • Hotlanta Mike
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  • disgusted_by_the_elites

    Proved the theroem that liberals are ignorant and din’t read. They just follow their “leaders” cues

  • Hotlanta Mike
  • JayJay

    OMG spend the 7 bucks on your own contraception and STFU!!!!

  • Hotlanta Mike

    Jonathan Turley on HOBBY LOBBY: After a week like this, Obama admin probably doesn’t want to get out of bed

  • Tom Armstrong

    All along we have been told that the right-wing has a monopoly on nut-jobs. I guess that’s another cherished belief flushed down the toilet.

  • disgusted_by_the_elites

    Can’t wait for the vox explanation to them. Telling them the difference

  • Tigerspike

    Good grief, @ProgressivesWin is a special kind of crazy.

    • MyrmidoNOT

      …in a [email protected]!t ‘crazy’ kind of way?

      • Tigerspike

        That would be more benign.

        • MyrmidoNOT

          …ok. Maybe a rabid delusional cocaine psychosis??
          As in ‘run-of-the-mill’ deNOcrat? 😉

  • Hi This Is My Username

    This is hilarious.

  • Pilgrim22

    First place, birth control is NOT health care (maybe in 1% of the cases you could call it that). Abortions used as birth control is NOT health care. It’s not the job of the government to enter your bedrooms. And second, it does not set back women’s issues 100 years, that’s so asinine. Would someone please tell me where in the Constitution it guarantees anyone healthcare. And btw, women make up half the population, we do not have special needs.

  • BigSky1970

    No original thought in any of those tweets. They’re just parroting everything they hear on MSNBC or pick up in a leftie blog. And they have the audacity to call those they disagree with “mind-numbed robots”.

  • Stephen L. Hall #NonquamTrump

    Okay, that made my day . . . @SCOTUSblog’s responses were hilarious.

  • old motorcycle enthusiast

    I love Spiffy Kleen’s avatar with “NO H8” juxtaposed with it’s nasty thoughts expressed in a repeated four letter. It is SO representative of their Doublethink.

  • Richard Nightwood

    They’re also forming a movement to avoid entering any building with a lobby until those who own the building have it demolished.

  • Perso Nasplit

    ah. And here I thought I would raise my bp by a hundred points today reading all the ignorance. That is QUITE funny.

  • meeester

    Would they be in favor of left leaning companies buying me ammo or bibles?

    • Stephen L. Hall #NonquamTrump

      Excellent analogy! They are denying our Second Amendment rights by refusing to pay for our bullets. They are denying women the right to keep and bear arms by these corporations refusing to pay for their bullets. #WaronArmedWomen

  • Mango

    I bet “Dumb of the Day” never fails to disappoint on delivering his daily dose of dumb, ignorant stupidity.

  • tops116 ✓Quipper

    Remember when Oliver Willis insisted that liberals never get upset about rulings they don’t agree with? Good times, good times.

    • MyrmidoNOT

      Good memory!!

  • Belial Issimo

    Low information tweeters.

  • Ruth

    Do you think any of these morons read the reply and said, “Wait….what? Would the Supreme Court answer this way?” I guess sub-par intelligence doesn’t understand what is appropriate.

    • Ken Alan Draper

      It’s probably the same four people at think progress sending all those tweets under different usernames.

  • HerculesLoadmaster

    This is what happens when people think the government should give them EVERYTHING.

  • Carlos Ranger


  • Perso Nasplit

    but but but….theyre verified! it MUST be the Supreme Court official blog, written by the judges themselves!3

  • Mike Gable

    It’s no wonder they can’t grasp difficult concepts!

  • David Calvani

    To be a progressive one has to consider oneself IMMUNE from error. To want to use the coercive power of government to shape society in every particular requires that believing that your own views cannot possibly be wrong. It is this arrogance that is behind the ignorance displayed in the tweets.

  • wildwood15

    I saw that guy who heads up Scotusblog interviewed on FNC and thought he was a noncommittal type Democrat, if there is such a person anymore. He didn’t seem right wing, for sure. AHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Wag_a_muffin

    I noticed today on Twitter that both sides of this HobbyLobby debate are saying the SAME THING!


      It doesn’t get any simpler than that,it might be perfect logic

  • Bullet Tooth Tony

    People like this are the reason I feel the human race should go extinct – we have become a perfect example of entropy; animals are more civilized than these people.

    In related news, the Paul Petrunia, founder of promoted sicking Rottweilers on abortion clinic protesters, and then threatened to use his media sites to slander me and m company for disagreeing with him.

  • Its_My_Fault

    Great job SCOTUS. This is the REAL progressive thinking!

  • Follow @yeeyovinci

    The best part of my day lol

  • plaingolf

    They can afford all of those scratchoffs and all of that pot that they smoke but they can’t afford birth control? Give me a break.

  • RedSoloCup

    They can somehow afford all the beer and pot in America but not birth control?

  • Warren Stallings

    i was amused by a revolt statement. does that mean they are going to now want guns? jeez, libtards just amaze me.

    • zmortis

      Probably more along the lines of a “rape prevention” urinating and deficating on themselves kind of revolt. I know I generally find them revolting, and that would only make them more so than usual.

  • Horologium

    Unfortunately, these people are allowed out in public without a guardian to watch over them. If only their parents had used condoms, or the pill, or one of the 16 birth control methods not at issue here…

  • Conservative Pitbull

    The Fluke Patrol is out in force, well small numbers. I say take two aspirin and place them between your legs. It works every time.

  • poster1a

    Choice; If you don’t want children its your choice pay for it. It isn’t our choice it’s yours.

  • Ice Cold Troll

    Remember, the lefties are the Smart People!

    • love2rumba

      Now, now…don’t insult Jethro!

      • Ice Cold Troll

        After all, he’s got a 6th grade edducation!

        • Ugly bag of mostly water

          Back when that meant something

  • BeeKaaay

    leftwingwackos are bloodthirsty and have no brains or conscience.

  • Bahu-yuddha

    This makes me so glad I don’t have a Twitter account. Filled to the brim with idiots who would rather be outraged than rational.

    Hobby Lobby provides contraceptives for its employees, but not abortifacients. But don’t let that stop you from posting drooling, idiotic rants at the wrong party.

    We now return you to your regularly scheduled Two-Minutes Hate.

  • gunsmithkat

    Truly that was LOL. #SCOTUSBlog for the win!

  • NonPCconservative

    Once again, Reagan is proven right. The leftists are not all ignorant, the problem is that most of what they “know” isn’t so.

  • Paladin

    Let the revolution of unarmed, shouting feminists begin.

    Believe me, I’ve got plenty of beanbag and less than lethal rounds for any of them that storm my yard.

    Lock and load ladies and gentleman. Stock up on crowd suppressants (NOTHING LETHAL, for now) and let’s go at this.

    Maybe we can get pajama boy to blow the starting whistle…

  • ReeFungorio

    I loled IRL

  • David Cutler

    I’ve recently adopted the following phrase for ending my interwebs discussions with the progressives:
    “Please resolve your ignorance.”

  • Rob

    “The very antithesis of all the United States stands for.”

    Forcing other people to give free birth control to penny pinching ho’s like Sandra Fluke? Yeah, that’s what Jefferson and Hamilton had in mind, I’m sure.

  • Rob

    This reminds me of the Woody Allen joke: “The Russian Revolution began when the peasants realized that the Tsar and the Czar were the same person”.

    And these current crop of libprogs are just as clueless as Lenin’s useful idiots.

  • Rob Snider

    Amusing. Not surprising. Everyone knows liberals aren’t very bright. Look at who they vote for.

    • Dan Lack

      Just asking…If they’re not very bright, how did they happen to get Obama elected, not once, but twice?

      • zmortis

        That doesn’t require intelligence, it only requires numbers. They get numbers by promising “free stuff” to people too stupid to understand that nothing comes for free.

  • Carter_Burger67

    Wow. just when you think proggies can’t get anymore clueless and stupid. What part of “private blog” do they not understand? Just goes to show how libs do NOT like to have their views challenged.

  • Dungeonmaster Jim

    I am loving watching my libs act as if this were Armageddon. The whole case only impacts closely held corporations and is statutory in nature.

    And the statutes in question were all passed by Dem majority Congresses.

  • SClanding

    Just remember we are dealing with the stupidest of the most stupid with these morons.

    Progressives are always the dumbest people in any room… want to know why this country is teetering on the edge, witness the absolute stupidity of these morons and remember that these are the fools who thought that a failed drum circle leader from the sewers of Chicago just might be a otherworldly ‘messiah’ sent to create a unicorn filled utopia on Earth and was qualified for the most difficult position in the world.

    They should not be allowed to vote.

  • Sloper67

    Love how lefties think this decision restricts anything. All it means is they will have to pay of it themselves. The horror of it all.

    • zmortis

      You’re taking away their “free stuff” paid by “other people”. That strikes hard at the very core of their grievance politics that “someone else” owes them for whatever lifestyle they choose to pursue. Of course the reality is that the SCOTUS decision didn’t take anything away. It simply limited the government’s power to compel a third party to pay for anything you may want in the case of “religious” objections.
      I also have a bit of advice for these “tender little darlings”. If you need a job, and you believe you need an “employer sugar daddy” to pay for your abortifacients, then just don’t appy at Hobby Lobby. Problem solved. Everyone is happy. Except the whining grievance mongers. Nothing can ever make them happy.

  • Iconoclast59

    All the stupid anger in their tweets. And these folks represent the educated “left”? Ha ha. Please don’t ever mention “ignorant redneck Republican NASCAR voters” in my presence again. These low-info lefties who don’t know the difference between the Supreme Court and a non-affiliated private blog are priceless.

  • whiteyb

    I’m warming to Jindal’s idea of making all these contraceptives OTC. The more responsibility we can push towards the individual and away from big government the better our republic will be.

    • yestradamous

      Yes, they would be more widely used if they were easier to get. Today, there was an article that pelvic exams should not be required to obtain birth control from a doctor. About damn time. Now make it OTC and this will reduce abortions even further.

  • Jeff H

    Lefties don’t even know what the word “private” means anymore, apart from “reproductive issues”.

  • mambome

    …in which the Pope is called upon to defend birth control.

  • Ryan Johnson

    I noticed these people screaming “misogyny” ignore that the vast majority of contraception that hobby lobby provides is for women, because women have more contraception methods than men to begin with.

    • gearbox123

      Don’t bother them with reality, they’ve made up their minds.

      • Ryan Johnson

        Arguing with them using logic is a waste of time.


    i just enjoy watching them bite their tails

  • On Guard! Mosin Nagant

    Most collectivist attacks attempt to exploit the common misconception that the term “individualist” refers only to isolated individuals.