Yesterday SCOTUS heard oral arguments in the Hobby Lobby Obama Care case. For those that don't follow this sort of thing, the question before the court is essentially: Can a corporation be forced by the government to violate their closely held religious beliefs? In this case Hobby Lobby and several other companies refused to pay for healthcare insurance that paid for the morning after pill (Which they consider an abortion inducing drug). After reading the blow by blow on SCOTUS blog, my head almost exploded. We all know the supreme court has gone off the constitutional reservation on more than one occasion (I'm being polite here), but this case clearly shows that there are at least four Justices that could care less about the Constitution. SCOTUS has already ruled in Citizen United that Corporations are protected by the first amendment in regards to freedom of speech. In light of that, how in the world can they even begin to support abridging corporations freedom of religion under the same amendment? Lets hope that the justices have a salient moment and remember that we actually have a Constitution and that it means something when they make their decision.