Liberal economist Paul Krugman said Thursday that conservatives “want to push us back to 1894” on social issues, a fact reflected, he said, by the movement’s embrace of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in the Hobby Lobby case that said based on their religious convictions, “closely held” corporations had the right to oppose the federal mandate requiring employers to pay for health insurance that includes abortion-inducing contraceptives. “The real goal is to push us back to 1894, not even to 1924,” Krugman said at an event at the City University of New York. “So these are the stakes.
“I would say no corporation is a person,” Krugman said. here
Krugman, a devout communist, has a point. Conservative or anyone who respects our Constitution, would like to push America back to a place of sanity, respect, following the Rule of Law and a bit of the…
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