Skip to comments.The Fluke Charade: A Middle-Age Child's Nutty Demand
Posted on 03/09/2012 4:32:14 PM PST by Kaslin
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****?"
Oh, and the "young coed" turns out to be 30, which is what less-evolved cultures refer to as early middle age. She's a couple of years younger than Mozart was at the time he croaked, but, if the Dems are to be believed, the plucky little Grade 24 schoolgirl has already made an even greater contribution to humanity. She's had the courage to stand up in public and demand that someone else (and this is where one is obliged to tiptoe cautiously, lest offense is given to gallant defenders of the good name of American maidenhood such as the many prestigious soon-to-be-former sponsors of this column who've booked Bill Maher for their corporate retreat with his amusing "Sarah Palin is a c***" routine ...
Where was I? Oh, yes. The brave middle-aged schoolgirl had the courage to stand up in public and demand that someone else pay for her sex life.
Well, as noted above, she's attending Georgetown, a nominally Catholic seat of learning, so how expensive can that be?
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Conservatives, we do ourselves NO favors by using crude language. EVERY time we use crude language it’s a black mark against us.
We are the good guys. We adhere to common decency. Rush, Ann, every time you fail to adhere to common decency, you muddy the water. Take the high road. We are the good guys. Let’s act like it.
1. Yeah, Rush’s language was unncessarily crude.
2. He may well have reasonably accurately described the woman’s behaviors and lifestyle. I’m not sure either way.
3. Pit of vipers, ravening wolves, white washed tombs was pretty stark language to the Pharisees.
4. I wouldn’t want to be MORE upset at Rush’s language than upset at the woman’s crude behaviors and lifestyle.
BTW, I watched a bit of video of the woman.
She came across to me as a very practiced, polished, trained, super shill posterwoman for the horrific lifestyle globalists.
I haven’t read the evidence for her early life escapades. However, I could believe she could do almost anything and smile very sweetly and innocently about it.
Coulter and Limbaugh seem to forget that they are not perched loftily away from the rest of us and can forsake common decency with impunity. That makes me wonder how out of touch they are.
Steyn rules, liberals drool...
Yeah. Common decency is important . . . at least, to a point.
So is callling out the outrageously hideous evils from hell that the oligarchy is foisting on the world and culture as “normal.”
Gee wheeze. Where is Steyn’s compassion :)
Uh, Mark is from Canada.