This morning, Fox & Friends hosted Ken "Blue Dress" Starr for five almost uninterrupted minutes of validation for Hobby Lobby's case currently before the Supreme Court, as well as gushing praise for the Christian awesomeness of Hobby Lobby's owners and their wonderful store. But then Starr would be enthusiastic about Hobby Lobby's billionaire Green family given that they have a close relationship with Baylor University, a Christian school of which Ken Starr is the president. Not surprisingly Starr didn't mention his less than six degrees of separation from the subject of his advocacy.
Of course, this being Fox & Friends, neither Clayton Morris nor Tucker Carlson asked any relevant questions, such as why the Green's for profit corporation should be entitled to the same protections as religious non-profits. When Starr noted that the Green's object to providing what they believe are abortifacients, nobody mentioned that these contraceptives DO NOT cause abortions. But Tucker Carlson did manage to work in standard Fox Obama smearing when he accused the Obama administration of singling out these nice Christians for persecution when, in reality, the administration is defending a law. But what is really interesting is that Starr didn't mention that the Green's are heavily involved in the workings of the school over which Starr presides.
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