Skip to comments.Mark Steyn: Miss Fluke goes to Washington
Posted on 03/10/2012 4:21:50 AM PST by radioone
When even casual sex requires a state welfare program, you're pretty much done for.
I'm writing this from Australia, so, if I'm not quite up to speed on recent events in the United States, bear with me the telegraph updates are a bit slow here in the bush. As I understand it, Sandra Fluke is a young coed who attends Georgetown Law and recently testified before Congress.
Oh, wait, no. Update: It wasn't a congressional hearing; the Democrats just got it up to look like one, like summer stock, with Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid doing the show right here in the barn and providing a cardboard set for the world premiere of "Miss Fluke Goes To Washington," with full supporting cast led by Chuck Schumer strolling in through the French windows in tennis whites and drawling, "Anyone for bull****?"
(Excerpt) Read more at ocregister.com ...
I laughed out loud! Now for the rest of the story!
Sandra Fluke is not a “young co-ed”, Mark. She’s a 30 year old activist with a pre-planned agenda sent into the battle by the leftist scum in congress.
You’d be well-served to read the article at the link,,, before commenting! It’s hilarious!
Staged national socialism in the legislative halls. Mini-Reichstag.
“Everything about socialism is sham and affectation.” - 23.11 Ch23; Evil; Economic Harmonies; Frederic Bastiat 1801-1850
Sluts for socialism BUMP!
“All of us are born with the unalienable right to life, liberty and a lifetime supply of premium ribbed silky-smooth, ultrasensitive, spermicidal, lubricant condoms. No taxation without rubberization, as the Minutemen said. The shot heard round the world and all that.”
BWAAAAAAAAAAAA! “No taxation without rubberization”
A 30 year old “bought and paid for” college student. A Publc Service Scholarship...promoting abortion, the gay life, transvestites??? And she wants it all to be on my dime and against the moral beliefs of multitudes???
A full service "immorality" station.
Contraceptives is only a tiny part of Sandra's agenda.
Go back in time and she sounds EXACTLY like Hillary. The torch has been passed.
Insane as this scenario is, the Democrat-media complex insists that everyone take it seriously. When it emerged the other day that Amanda Clayton, a 24-year-old Michigan million-dollar lottery winner, still receives $200 of food stamps every month, even the press and the bureaucrats were obliged to acknowledge the ridiculousness. Yet, the same people are determined that Sandra Fluke be treated with respect as a pioneering spokesperson for the rights of the horizontally challenged.
Sorry, I pass.
Speaking of Ms Rubberhead, according to BOR, she is off on Spring Break to California with her boyfriend. Someone without two pills to rub together and a rubber to toss out has more than ample funds to fly across the country and party down without an apparant means of support.
She just knows that munificent California will spare no expense providing for the recreational needs of out-of-state indigents.
Nobody, absolutely NOBODY says it better then Mark.
Georgetown already capitulated to Obama's demand for a Jesus-free background for his speech. It should have no trouble kowtowing to Ms. Fluke's request for university-subsidized libertinism.
She could tell those old ausfahrts anything she wished and they had no choice but to believe it.
Do the Democrats in Congress not have newer, fresher, still functioning "blood"?
I'm sorry, but this is not going to fly with flyover country one bit! And just for good measure, Obama is going to be thrown out of office like a cheap prostitute gets kicked out of bed after the deed is done!
That Mark Steyn can certainly turn a phrase.
A boyfriend eh? Since they’re already in DC maybe he can swing by the Capitol annex for a medal for bravery.
Sames as Obama at the Harvard rally. His spin machine is saying he was just a young Student. 30 in Law School should not be a young, impressionable Student.
Usual brilliant Steyn and well worth the reading of the full story.
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