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SCOTUS Victory Helps Hobby Lobby CEO Build $800 Million Bible Museum

'Obamacare's biggest foe' and enemy of provable science, Steve Greene is breaking ground on an exorbitant and extravagant Bible Museum.

When your biggest claim to fame is how devoted you are to eliminate the separation of church and state, and you win big with the help of our Catholic SCOTUS, there are no limits to your sanctimonious, holier-than-thou, Christian, earning-potential. Hobby Lobby CEO and Bible Study fanatic, Steve Greene, appeared on Fox and Friends to discuss his victory over the baby-killing heathens who brought the scourge of Obamacare upon this nation.

Bible Fanatic Steve Greene

He explained to Steve Doocy that he just couldn't disregard his family's deeply held religious beliefs that life begins at conception. Women, no matter what they believe, will live their lives the way the Greenes decide, never ending any pregnancy. It doesn't matter what a woman wants, the Greene family are allowed to impose their religious beliefs on all their female employees.

Steve Greene not only objects to some contraception, but he feels the need to proselytize in his local Oklahoma School Districts by implementing a "Bible Curriculum."

"The records show that Hobby Lobby CEO Steve Green is intimately involved in the development and administration of this course." The records also show that Green helped the school board avoid Oklahoma open meetings laws... The records also show that approximately 170 of more than 2,700 students — less than 7% — are interested in the elective."

He was more than thrilled to discuss the groundbreaking of his "Bible Museum" which will be located roughly two blocks from the Capitol. He chose Washington DC because of the great number of visitors and he believes that D.C. needs more religion. Freedom of religion, to the Greene Family, means they have all the freedom to impose their religion on YOU AND ME.

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Plans for the $800 million project are coming together nicely: the ballroom modeled after Versailles, the Disney-quality holograms, the soaring digital entryway with religious images projected on the ceiling, the restaurant serving biblically-themed meals. The Oklahoma based family, has acquired more than 40,000 items for its private biblical collection, some which have been included in traveling exhibitions around the world.


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Granted, not one centimeter of the "museum" is based on any scientific evidence, it is entirely dedicated to a random collection of stories told by largely illiterate, ancient desert-dwellers. The museum is a shrine to the unconstitutional victory of Hobby Lobby in their never-ending quest to Christianize the United States. Plus, it's right there near all those Tea Party Republicans who make ungodly sums of money promoting a Christian agenda. The religiously based museum will open in 2017. Ironically this nonsense is near the Smithsonian, a museum dedicated to REAL scientific achievement. To quote Nietzsche - In Christianity neither morality nor religion come into contact with reality at any point. This museum is no exception.

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