Liberals want to #BoycottHobbyLobby. I don't think too many liberals buy things that require you "do it yourself"
— Young Conservatives (@YoungCons) June 30, 2014
Remember the campaign event in Roanoke, Va., at which President Obama famously declared, “You didn’t build that”? Chances are if you shop at craft store chain Hobby Lobby, you did build that, whatever it is.
The experts have said it’s a narrow court decision, but opponents have shown a wide range of responses, from threats of to the relatively calm option of boycotting the chain.
Support a corporation's rights or support a human's rights? I will always choose my own species over the alien entity's.
— Naya Aerodiode (@thesilverspiral)
We are like 5 yrs from the Handmaid's Tale.Time to act
— Nancy Lee Grahn (@NancyLeeGrahn)
Have never been inside a hobby lobby & now for sure I never will ,
— Lori Rusher (@elvislver56)
We’re certain the sting of your continued non-patronage will be especially painful now.
I have spent my last penny in hobby lobby
— H Erectus (@harleytwtr)
This had everything to do with business. Religion was just a convenient smokescreen.
— Double D (@DubbleDhee)
Stop shopping Hobby Lobby! We need to start hitting these RWNJ Conservatives in their pocket book!
— Dee Summers (@Dee_Summers)
need us all to and .
— Nick Spacefire (@NickSpacefire) burning down Hobby Lobby stores
Well time we lynched a few corporations…
They are ppl per COTUS and too many are enemies of We The People…
#BoycottHobbyLobby— Middle Class Warrior (@ZeitgeistGhost)
How many children has hobby lobby adopted??? How many hungry children does it feed a day???
— Ed Long (@EL1421)
Are there buffer zones at stores?! Because I'm getting in some faces and "counseling" some ppl this week!!
— Drew You (@DrewPeeBawls)
Conservative comedian Steven Crowder offers a different perspective.
The last time liberals boycotted a company, the company recorded record profits.
— Chris Alexander (@Crisco214) June 30, 2014
Speaking of … organizers are already planning a “Hobby Lobby Love Day” on July 3.