Skip to comments.Coed Who Demanded Free Birth Control From Congress – Insists She’s No Prostitute (Video)
Posted on 03/02/2012 7:38:12 AM PST by Hojczyk
On Thursday night, MSNBCs Ed Schultz interviewed hot-and-bothered Georgetown coed Sandra Fluke, the woman who went before a Congressional panel and demanded free birth control for herself and her peers. Sandra Fluke, who was mocked by Rush Limbaugh on his radio show this week, insisted she was no prostitute for wanting government to pay for her sex at college. Mediaite reported:
Schultz asked Fluke for her reaction to Limbaughs comments:
I guess my reaction is the reaction a lot of women have when theyve been called these names. Initially youre stunned but then, very quickly, youre outraged because this is, historically, the kind of language that is used to silence women, especially women who stand up and say that these are their reproductive health care needs and this is what they need. And whats been amazing to me today is the outpouring of support. Everyone from members of Congress to Georgetown faculty to so many women whove contacted me, and I think its clear from what theyve said that theyre not going to be silenced by this.
Fight on, Sandra. Free birth control is a necessity. Its a human right.
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“Dont get me wrong, she seemed an intelligent, articulate woman.”
She claims it costs her $1000/year for birth control, although the expensive college she goes to hands pills out for free at a clinic, and the nearby Target sells birth control pills for $9/month ($108/year).
Someone who pays 10 times too much for birth control pills...well, they probably go to a school that charges $50K/year tuition!
BTW - Amazon has condoms for as little as 14 cents each, shipped. $1000 = 7,000 condoms. That would be about 20 partners a day, every day. Maybe a week off near the end...
Yes. She's a W-H-O-R-E! Not an O-R-E!
Is there a waiting list for this newly available public utility?
Nope. Those people are all whores. Clearly bought and paid for.
If this woman and her boyfriend(s) want to Tango, let them pay for the dance with their own money.
How this idiocy could even be taken seriously by a Congressional committee is beyond me.
I have detected a “shift” in our dear Lazamataz.
New love in your life?
Perhaps a 2 Cor 5:17 conversion?
Good on ya.
The whole issue is a head fake. It draws attention away from real issues.
The left’s only “morality” is The Will to Power.
This was a setup, to draw out republicans as “anti-contraceptive”, in order to further the power of the left.
I wouldn’t say Rush “fell for it”, because he is simply calling them on it.
Prostitute no. Slut for sure. I would be so embarrassed if my daughter got on national tv and announced she was so easy.
What do we call the (apparently numerous) male persons who are having sex with her?
well she is studing to be a lawyer
She is the “Anita Hill” of this generation....they are willing to die on the pyre for sexual “freedom” (And, she’s probably being paid to do all of this publicity, or will be in the future)
I went to your link, and to the side, is a search box.
As an example, they list ‘Jeff Weiner’.
Maybe they have a sense of humor at linkedin.
She is a slut.
Boatmen, dance. Boatmen, sing.
Boatmen do most anything.
Dance, boatman, dance; dance, boatman, dance.
I'm a boatman, gee, I'm sore,
I came home without a oar.
Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
We are in real trouble here. I saw this young gal on NBC this morning and she gave the same spiel. How could she be questioned so extensively and NO ONE even comes close to inquiring about the lifestyle or the easy availability of dirt cheap BC? There’s PC and then there is sheer madness.
Mine would have a blow-torch in one hand and a ball-pein hammer in the other, and my a$$ would be in a world o’ hurt, and should be. What an attention-hog.
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