Skip to comments.Sandra Fluke Says She Didn't Know Target Sells Birth Control Pills for $9
Posted on 03/21/2012 3:52:25 PM PDT by Nachum
Thirty-year-old Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke, who told a House Steering and Policy Committee hearing convened by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi last month that contraception can cost a student $3,000 during law school, told CNSNews.com on Tuesday that she did not know that the Target store 3 miles from the Georgetown Law campus sells a month's supply of birth control pills for just $9. Target advertises the $9-per-month birth control pills on its website, and CNSNews.com confirmed and reconfirmed that the $9 pills were in fact available at the Target near Georgetown Law. Without insurance coverage,
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Crazy slut just bilked herself out of thousands of dollars!
Oi Vey ! What a waste of a Georgetown University education
To the headline: liar!
She didn’t know because she has no use for them.
I just don’t see Sandra Fluke needing birth control at all.
How would an elitist Georgetown Law student know what Target charges for anything?
Heh! Obviously not! Nobody really thinks that she would shop at TARGET do they?
Limousine liberals love to “fight for the poor” but you can’t expect them to actually mingle with them! Egad! Germs! Domestic wine! Polyester stretch pants!
Horrors of horrors!!!
Shop at Target?
Someone who attends Georgetown?
Rub elbows with the ordinary people?
Oh no no no.
Beat ya to it. :-)
It’s the nature of the charge, not facts, that loser lefties care about. The loser in the WH needs women’s votes to win in Nov. It’s a phony issue to gin up votes.
Fluke said: So, Im not familiar with specific department store policies. I know that some generic forms of contraception are less expensive than others and that that has been widely reported. But what has not been widely reported is that many women cannot use those forms of contraception.
Also... I wonder if Fluke is going to find work in the legal field considering this whole charade or if she's just looking to get into the Clinton/Huma lesbian lovers limo.
Makes one respect Santorum's statement about not all should attend college.
Some research skills this lawyer wanna-be has. She’s a real dumb fluke.
She really is a dumb slut isn’t she?!
Objection, hearsay. Sustained. Objection, assumes facts not in evidence. Sustained.
What, you expect a slut to be overflowing with I.Q.?
I bet she doesn't even know what aspirin costs.
She’s the kind of ELITISTS running our government (and “managing” our tax money).....useful idiot.
A 30 year old law student on a public scholarship is more than likely unaware of a great many things.
Of course she didn’t know. Like she didn’t know she was 30 years old when she testified before Congress passing herself off as a 23 year old college student!
Another Emily Litella moment in politics...
This does not surprise me.
That guy that does the SeeBS Sunday morning show had no idea there was a Tea Party demonstration with 100’s of thousands going on next to his studio, so sure, the Town Pump didn’t know Target had contraception on the cheap next door.
OK, I’ll say it if nobody has yet,
“Sandra, you IGNORANT slut!!”
There are rumors she uses them to regulate her period for athletic reasons.
She sounds like a likely customer for that toll bridge that I have for sale over the East River.
IT MAKES HER A .......
“I’m a Georgetown Law student. I don’t associate with the riff-raff at Target or WalMart.”
I guess law school ain’t what it used to be. First they made exceptions for unqualified females and minorities...just because, then they dumbed-down the LSAT, and finally they realized what a cash cow a law school can be so they just decided to open the doors and yell “Y’all come!” to anyone who could get the tuition together. Genius.
Well if you have 52K in your pocket to burn, of course Georgetown is willing to take it.
You can't make this stuff up. LOL.
At least Harry Reed doesn’t have to smell them anymore!
I’ll bet she’s a shot putter. She putts a shot.
The best one I have heard all week.
Do ya? Or did she step out of the limo?
“Tri-Sprintec is an FDA-approved prescription drug. The Physicians Desk Reference (PDR) says it is for “prevention of pregnancy” and treatment of moderate acne in women 15 and older.”
They’re for for my, uh, pimples, Mom.
Well, I guess she is a spoiled dumb slut. Most college students have to shop for cheap food and stuff. And some have to God forbid *work*. Work is good because it leaves less time for unprotected sex and STDs.
Overpaying for what you can get for a fraction of the price makes you too stupid and lazy to be allowed to breathe.
We should start a campaign. Send one contraceptive pill to the White House for Fluke...
(S)he’s a dude, yo.
Does anyone think a fact like this matters to someone with her agenda? Or to the media?
Then, when you challenge them on some minor point, they say, "Oh, no, we are discussing condoms", and if you hit them there they switch to "hysterectomy", and if you get into that they'll maybe launch into abortificiants, and from there they'll go again to what you think are BC pills.
Knowing what they will do is half the debate, so there's what they do.
Fluke turned out to be a billionaire's son's (girl)friend and had no idea what things cost, where to buy them, or what all that meant.
It is entirely possible that the relatively peasant-like Nancy Pelosi had absolutely no idea how detached this person was from anyone's real life.
One might imagine that sex change surgery (or enhancements) are popular among THE SUPER RICH ~ they are so bored with nothing else to do but carve up their bodies. But, they have the bucks to do it, so they do.
Think of Fluke a second as another Lili Von Shtupp (Madelein Kahn) singing “I’m So Tired” ~ and you’ll have it down perfect.
Perhaps she was including the cost of the paper bags she needs.
Then what in the Sam Hill are you doing in college?
“Allot of things I don’t know evidently!”
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