In response to the Supreme Court’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case, Senate Democrats are introducing the “Not My Boss’s Business Act,” co-sponsored by Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash.:
— Senator Patty Murray (@PattyMurray) July 9, 2014
The Dems’ proposed “fix” as a way around the SCOTUS decision would make Obamacare exempt from the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Ironically, Patty Murray voted for the RFRA in 1993 and Bill Clinton signed it into law that same year.
Donna Brazile’s support for the “Not My Boss’s Business Act” wildly misrepresented what the Hobby Lobby case was all about:
— Donna Brazile (@donnabrazile) July 10, 2014
Did SCOTUS’ Hobby Lobby decision make it legal for employers to deny employees “health care services”? Brazile’s statement is disingenuous on multiple levels, and she was called out on the facts:
— Phineas Fahrquar (@irishspy) July 10, 2014
.@donnabrazile How is Hobby Lobby denying them health care services?
— Savannah (@thesavvy) July 10, 2014
@donnabrazile Since it's "Not My Boss's Business" there's no reason he should have to pay for it. Making him pay makes it his business.
— Rick Moore (@RickMoore) July 10, 2014
— KeepCalmAndDrawl (@FormerlyFormer) July 10, 2014
@donnabrazile If you don't want it to be your boss's business, don't ask your boss to give it to you for free.
— Lilac Sunday (@LilacSundayBlog) July 10, 2014
— Dick Nixon (@DickNixonLives) July 10, 2014
@donnabrazile Setting women back a hundred years making us look helpless. Nice. We can buy our own damn birth control.
— Caroline Pollard (@TexasLighthouse) July 10, 2014
@donnabrazile you're insane..please give one example of one employer anywhere who has DENIED any woman of healthcare
— Steven Shaw (@czechov) July 10, 2014
@donnabrazile "Not My Boss's Business" for them to pay for my abortifacients. I'm sure you don't realize how stupid you are.
— The Real Bepo (D) (@TheRealBepo) July 10, 2014
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) July 10, 2014
— susan price (@sbprice) July 10, 2014