. . . Little Sisters of the Poor Home for the Aged.
The reason, perhaps, that Barack Hussein Obama has not yet drawn the richly deserved attention of a satirist for the ages, our own post-modern Swift, is that no writer can pen a tale more absurd than the bizarre reality of life in the Age of The One.
The actual style of the case, sadly, omits Mr. Obama's name, by which the president's lawless Attorney General defends the president's most hapless of hapless cabinet secretaries against the horror -- the horror! -- of permitting retired nuns not to insure themselves and their caregivers, male and female, again the risk of pregnancy. The case will forever be known as . . .
. . . Little Sister of the Poor Home for the Aged, Denver, Colorado, A Colorado Non-Profit Corporation, et al., Applicants, v. Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, et al., No. 13A691.
You can't make this stuff up.
It's almost as bizarre as a ship of global warmists being trapped in Antarctic ice.