Skip to comments.The idiocy is spreading
Posted on 03/13/2012 9:32:39 AM PDT by Morgana
This contraception thing are you operating under the mistaken impression that what weve been talking about here is a right to use contraception? Not so. If you listened carefully to the words of the now-famous Sandra Fluke you will have heard that the issue wasnt whether or not she or her horny classmates could use contraception but rather who would pay for it. Fluke, you see, was demanding that the pills and condoms be paid for by someone else; and now shes been joined by aaaaaaacitivists across the country. Somehow in this age of entitlement contraception has become a right .. which means that it absolutely must be paid for by someone else. So lets see if we get this right. The government (the people) have absolutely no right to tell a woman whether or not she can have sex, who she can or cannot have sex with, and what she can or cannot do if that sex results in a pregnancy. Thats fine as long as I dont have to watch and cant hear you. But now its my responsibility to provide you with contraceptives? Whats next? AstroGlide? How about some personal battery-operated devices? And what if you cant reach orgasm? Is it then the governments responsibility which means our responsibility to provide you with any medical or psychological care you might need to make your sex fulfilling?
Where will this go next? What right will the moocher class invent? The imagination of the moocher class is so overactive we will have to just sit back and see what they come up with next.
I’m still somewhat amazed the Fluke wasn’t laughed out of the hearing. She said she and her friends were having so much sex, they had trouble affording it. So could someone else please help pay for all the sex they were having. And nobody laughed at her and said “what are you, a s...” ...well, we don’t want to call someone who has a lot of unmarried sex the s word, do we?
“The imagination of the moocher class is so overactive we will have to just sit back and see what they come up with next.”
Well, one thought comes to mind:
When they can’t/won’t get their own “dates”, YOU will have to ‘service’ them as well as PAY for the contraceptives!!:)
Actually, it wasn't a hearing...it was a DNC event made to "look like" a congressional hearing.
Brilliant on their part, because the compliant media ignores these little details.
driftless2 here brings up a good point so I thought of something and Frank I need you to make up a cartoon for it.
Do you know of those spray in bed liners for pick up trucks?
Well Frank can you make a cartoon depicting “a spray in female condom” for Miss Fluke’s vagina? For the record “female condoms” do exist but Miss Fluke needs a “Rhino Lining” sprayed in for extra heavy duty wear.
Thanks for the info. I was under the impression it was a congr hearing. No wonder I didn’t hear any objections from the “unbiased” panel.
Good thought but I would have to really work on that to keep it clean enough to pass muster with the FR admin...
Does not have to be x rated but in reality this is Free Republic humor. Just have Miss Fluke holding up a sign or box (something like that) stating that she is in need of the item, which is a spray in female condom, and needs everyone to pay for it.
And the left is “outraged” a lottery winner gets food stamps.
Bear in mind it wasn't a "hearing." Rather, an appearance before a contrived bunch of RATS.
Their liberal, dry-arses needs astroglide! It is a right!
It wasn't a Congressional Hearing. When the Democrats changed the roster of witnesses for the REAL Hearing, the Republican Chairman declined to have Ms. Fluke testify, because the Democrats didn't abide by the House's 72 hour notification rule for witness changes.
When the Dems couldn't get Ms. Fluke in front of the REAL Congressional Committee, they went to another room and set it up to LOOK as though she were testifying, with the compliant MSM there to record the event.
That is why she is never challenged on her 'facts', there was no one in the room who disagreed with her.
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