Join the Religious Freedom Tweet Storm

Join the Religious Freedom Tweet Storm March 24, 2014


Join tomorrow’s Religious Freedom Tweet Storm.

From Stand Up For Religious Freedom:

Tomorrow is the big day. The Supreme Court will hear the Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood v. Sebelius cases challenging Obama’s HHS Mandate.

Now more than ever, we need to make people aware of these historic cases and the threat the mandate poses.

You can help by joining in the Tweet Storm for Religious Freedomtomorrow, Tuesday, March 25, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon eastern time.

Help set the record straight on the Mandate by tweeting during that time and using the hashtag #ReligiousFreedomForAllto draw national attention to our side and the opposition’s hashtag #NotMyBossBusinessto join their conversation and accurately explain the facts of the case.

In addition to tweeting from 9 a.m. to noon eastern time tomorrow, you can also change your avatarto this great “I Stand with Hobby Lobby” graphic, blog about the casesexplaining how the HHS mandate is forcing family businesses to violate their beliefs or face devastating government penalties, and share the newsby linking to positive news coverage on your Facebook and Twitter so that our story spread far and wide.

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3 responses to “Join the Religious Freedom Tweet Storm”

  1. I won’t stand for Hobby Lobby on this issue. 90% of what they sell is from China. I know that someone will say but every store has merchandise from China. Not every store is claiming they can’t do something because of their Christian beliefs. Either you walk the walk or you don’t. Hobby Lobby doesn’t!

  2. I stand with Hobby Lobby, but I don’t Tweet. 140 Characters is far too short. As to them bringing merchandise from China, while I do have my moral qualms about that (especially the export of pollution) I am coming around to the point of view that with our dollars we can support greater justice elsewhere. Given the morality of Hobby Lobby, it would be interesting to know if the family has taken any factory tours in China.

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