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Hassan, Shaheen and Shea-Porter spew lies over Hobby Lobby ruling

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Today the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that Hobby Lobby couldn’t be forced by the federal government (under Obamacare) to provide contraception that may cause an abortion. The case first came up back in 2012 when Hobby Lobby discovered they’d be forced to provide contraception to their employees that goes against their religious beliefs. They currently provide all other types of contraception but disagreed, due to their beliefs, in providing the abortive types.

The lies and hysteria of the left over Hobby Lobby have been previously debunked but that hasn’t stopped them from spewing them all over again. Governor Hassan, Senator Shaheen and Representative Carol Shea-Porter all repeated more lies. They continually insult women and treat them as if they are pea-brained flying monkeys who will simply believe anything they say and repeat it. Their statements are below:

Governor Maggie Hassan today issued the following statement after the United States Supreme Court’s ruling in the Hobby Lobby case:

Access to family planning services is critical for the health and economic security of women and families, as contraception costs are one of the biggest health care expenses for women and their families. While today’s Supreme Court decision is disappointing, I’m optimistic that employers will continue providing coverage for family planning services because it’s the right thing to do for workers, it will help businesses attract high-quality employees, and it will strengthen the economic security of working families.

Clearly Hassan did not read the case nor follow up on the facts that brought the case to light. And how many women does Hassan think are continually purchasing abortion pills over and over and over again? Does she really believe that employers are going to stop providing contraception all of the sudden? Even Hobby Lobby never did. Funny she doesn’t seem to care that thousands of New Hampshire women lost health insurance, doctors and hospitals to Obamacare, which she supports.

Shaheen posted this craptastic response:

Women should be making decisions about their health care with their doctors, not their employers. Today’s Supreme Court decision unfortunately jeopardizes basic health care coverage and access to contraception for a countless number of women and I’m very disappointed by the ruling. Blocking access to contraception will have economic and public health consequences that our country cannot afford.

The woman voted for Obamacare which directly took away health insurance, doctors and hospitals from women in New Hampshire. She voted for a bill that involved government interference in women’s health care decisions yet she makes this extremely hypocritical statement? She also didn’t read the case.

Shea-Porter’s response is probably the most incoherent one of them all. It’s also clear that she did not read the case:

The Supreme Court's decision today is incredibly disappointing. The debate over birth control was seemingly settled decades ago, and most companies and institutions had been offering birth control coverage as part of a health care package without controversy. This decision will only make some women's lives even more difficult, and leaves me wondering what's next from this activist Supreme Court.

Clearly none of these supposed representatives of Granite Staters have a clue about the case. Either that or they are intentionally lying. Either way their statements are egregious. They should be ashamed of themselves. These women also clearly haven’t read the Constitution. Since they are supposed to uphold it, maybe someone should send them a copy. Lying to constituents and voters is par for the course with these three (Kuster will surely follow suit). It’s high time voters send these Democrats packing. Women voters especially deserve better representation.

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