GAY MOONBAT former Star Trek actor, George Takei, compares Hobby Lobby anti-abortion policy to sharia law


Flamer George Takei blasted decision by the Supreme Court allowing the craft store Hobby Lobby to opt out of the contraceptive mandate of the ObamaCare Act. In a post on the website for his new play, Allegiance, the radical gay activist Takei called Monday’s decision “a stunning setback for women’s reproductive rights.”

(Hobby Lobby only refuses to pay for 4 out of 20 contraceptive prescriptions, the ones which cause an instant abortion, something I wish George Takei’s mother would have used)

Raw Story “The ruling elevates the rights of a FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION over those of its women employees and opens the door to all manner of claims that a company can refuse services based on its owner’s religion,” Takei wrote. “(O)ne wonders,” he said, “whether the case would have come out differently if a Muslim-run chain business attempted to impose Sharia law on its employees.” And Takei isn’t the only one:


(Did you know that GEORGE TAKEI doesn’t think Christians should be allowed to serve their country in public office and he also encourages homosexual persecution of Christian lawmakers?)

“Hobby Lobby is not a church. It’s a business — and a big one at that,” he continued. “Businesses must and should be required to comply with neutrally crafted laws of general applicability. Your boss should not have a say over your healthcare. Once the law starts permitting exceptions based on ‘sincerely held religious beliefs’ there’s no end to the mischief and discrimination that will ensue. Indeed, this is the same logic that certain restaurants and hotels have been trying to deploy to allow proprietors to refuse service to gay couples.”

(This is what would happen to you, Georgie, under sharia law)


“While we work to overturn this decision by legislation, people of good conscience should BOYCOTT any for-profit business, including Hobby Lobby, which chooses to impose its religious beliefs on its employees,” said Takei. “The only way such companies ever learn to treat people with decency and tolerance is to hit them where it counts — in their pocketbooks.”