The vitriol from the political left didn’t take too long to manifest following the 5-4 Supreme Court decision this morning in the Hobby Lobby case.

Many eyes were on the reaction of Sandra Fluke — free contraception’s PR maven – following the SCOTUS ruling.

Fluke did not impress:

Not to be outdone was the always hyperbolic reaction of alleged comedian and Twitter provacateur John Fuglesang.

But it is really the feminist crazies who are most entertaining today. Lots of man-hating!

Looks like the War on Women will last longer than Hundred Years War at this point.

Moving to the “official reaction” round-up comes this from the Republican National Committee.

“This decision protects the religious freedom that is guaranteed to all Americans by the First Amendment, and we’re grateful the Court ruled on the side of liberty. The central issue of this case was whether the federal government can coerce Americans to violate their deeply held religious beliefs, and thankfully the Court has upheld the proper limits on the government’s power.

“The fact that Americans had to bring this case in the first place reveals once again just how intrusive ObamaCare is. It’s a misguided one-size-fits-all policy that not only failed to fix our healthcare system but has trampled on our Constitutional rights. Americans deserve a healthcare system that allows them to make the right choices for themselves, gives them more freedom, and comes nowhere close to encroaching on our First Amendment rights.”

And the counter-point from the DNC’s Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

“I am disappointed and deeply concerned by the Supreme Court’s decision today in the case of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, millions of Americans have gained access to preventive services without out-of-pocket costs, including birth control. However, this decision takes money out of the pockets of women and their families and allows for-profit employers to deny access to certain health care benefits based on their personal beliefs. Nearly sixty percent of women who use birth control do so for more than just family planning.

“It is no surprise that Republicans have sided against women on this issue as they have consistently opposed a woman’s right to make her own health care decisions. Republicans have also blocked the Paycheck Fairness Act, which would bring us closer to the promise of equal pay for women. In the wake of this dangerous precedent set by the Supreme Court, Democrats in Congress will continue to fight on the issues of importance to women and their families.”

Finally, never count out Harry Reid on a day like today.

However, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal — a potential 2016 GOP contender — had quite the zinger for The White House.