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Is Obamacare Mandate Too ‘Bossy?’ Supporters Like ‘Taliban Tina’ Say, ‘No’

By Matt Vespa | April 2, 2014 | 3:32pm EDT

On March 25, MRCTV's Dan Joseph ventured into Washington D.C. to speak with some pro-Obamacare protestors, who assembled outside the Supreme Court to protest Hobby Lobby's case against the abortion pill/contraception mandate in Obamacare.

In light of the movement to ban the word “bossy,” Joseph asked if it was "bossy" to force companies, which have First Amendment rights, to buy things that goes against their owners’ religious convictions?  Some protestors said, “No” – and some couldn’t even understand the question.

Supporter of Obamacare's contraception mandate

While navigating through the crowd, Joseph encountered a woman in a burqa.  Let's call her "Taliban Tina." She said she's wearing a burqa to symbolize that government wants to turn us into a theocracy. "Maybe, they want women dead," she said.

Taliban Tina also compared the Hobby Lobby to the KKK. She said the KKK could call itself a religion and, thus, discriminate based on its beliefs, or something.

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