Computer problems prevent me from posting. I am enjoying Megan McArdle's justifications for supporting the Hobby Lobby decision, which are based on the notion that nobody can tell her to pay for birth control for single women. As always she ignores coverage of birth control costs for married women, which is a much harder sell.
Someone should tell McArdle's followers that she wants to take away their hard-earned benefits that they gained by the sweat of their brow. What is morality next to cold hard cash?
Monday, July 7, 2014
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Anyone following McArdled isn't going to care at this point.
You see, there are negative rights and positive rights and my negative rights cancel out your positive rights unless my rights are greater than your right, in which case you are less than zero.
By George I think I've got it.
McArdle's readers only sweat at work when they get caught in the crapper, scrolling Bloomberg.com with their non-dominant hand.
What did libertarian-types do at work before the internet?
Ticker tapes with their non-dominant hand.
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