Skip to comments.On Florida campaign trail, Fluke seeks a new direction
Posted on 10/13/2012 8:27:09 AM PDT by Brandonmark
Sandra Fluke watches her old speeches like game tape, studying her gestures and delivery. She practices her sound bites on Twitter, sharpening arguments down to 140 characters.
Fluke has also learned to tell slut jokes. Given the rest of her material, audiences could use a laugh.
Contrary to some recent rumors, she told a crowd in this beat-down beach town, where she is endorsing Patrick Murphy, a local Democrat, for Congress, I dont actually support just any guy who comes up to me.
This, she hopes, is how you excel as a culture warrior.
Fluke became an election-year celebrity seven months ago - a law student made famous by a snub in Congress and an insult on the radio. Since then, she has been a walking, talking symbol of the nations polarized politics, caricatured either as an oversexed whiner or as a noble casualty of the war on women.
The latest proof of that came last weekend, in a debate between Comedy Centrals Jon Stewart and conservative Bill OReilly. In his opening statement, OReilly used Fluke as the face of a slacker culture sapping the countrys vitality: The poster person for the entitlement society is Sandra Fluke, he said, joking that hed left a pack of birth-control pills at will-call for her. Sandra! Buy. Your. Own.
A good portion of this country has created an alternate universe, Stewart retorted. In which the issues that we face revolve around a woman from Georgetown, where Fluke attended law school.
Now, Fluke is campaigning hard for Democrats. But shes also applying her perfectionists tendencies to one of the hardest tricks in politics: outlasting the political moment that created her political persona.
After nine months of talking about birth control, she says, I want to talk about a lot of other things.
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Her fifteen minutes are so twenty minutes ago.
Why this over-educated, over-sexed, over-indulgent clown merits a single column inch is beyond me. Paraphrasing Dennis Miller: Here lady, here’s $10. Go buy a box of condoms and knock yourself out.
This “woman” is nauseating.
She sure gets a lot of time off from her high paying job.
This political who.. is being groomed to be the next Hillary. Same MO.
“Fluke seeks a new direction”
In keeping with the obsenity censor here, I will just leave that portion of the headline, er the topic, to someone else.
“Her fifteen minutes are so twenty minutes ago.”
Like herpes, she will be reappearing forever...
Patrick Murphy is the “Fluke” that’s running against Allen West.
LOL, the rats are still parading that pig around?
America needs another slutty stand-up comedian.
Kathy Griffin, Whoopi Goldberg, Roseanne Barr just aren’t enough.
Health clinic will give you bag of 100 for free.
Isn’t her 15 minutes of fame way past its expiration date? This loser is the Cindy Sheehan of this election cycle, and where is old Cindy now, no one asks.
Why is this hussy campaigning?
I sincerely hope her “new direction” is far far FAR away.
A cultural icon, Ms Fluke. Pitiful person.
She seeks a WHAT?!
Well, given that she demands free condoms, I would assume she seeks a new direction.
Look, this clown will be a footnote in history, going down as a nobody who knew nothing but got a lot of attention...kind of like Debbie Wasserman Schmuck.
... Fluke seeks a new direction ...
She reminds me of Rosie O’Donell.
My mom is a retired science teacher but they saddled her with sex-education too. At first I thought it was horrible, but then I realized if kids were going to be required to take a sex-ed course my mom was the RIGHT kind of lady to teach it! She focused very heavily on the STD information and personal responsibility. She always said, "If you are mature enough to have sex with your boyfriend, then you are mature enough to always always make sure he has a condom. And if you are man enough to have sex with your girlfriend, then you are man enough to get your butt to a 7-11 and buy a condom!" Sandra would have totally failed my Mom's high school sex-ed class.
SLUTS FOR DEMONS FOR CONGRESS!
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