As I've mentioned before, the argument for "religious liberty" is quite a slippery case and would eventually lead to the undermining of particular things. Now that said, the victory for Hobby Lobby is a good thing for the hopeful destruction of Obamacare. I do however have some thoughts.
1. Why should an employer pay for the moral license of anyone? A company pays an employee to do work for them, not for their time off the premises. (When not functioning in a work capacity)
2. With an entity the size of the government, considering how competent we know certain places to be, what would have happened if HL decided to not provide them anyway?
3. Is not the fact that we're depending on SCOTUS to save our behinds both a symptom and a part of the problem?
Lord have mercy