Skip to comments.Georgetown Rejects Sandra Fluke, No Birth Control Policy Change
Posted on 04/27/2012 5:17:54 AM PDT by blueyon
Georgetown University has rejected attempts by liberal pro-abortion activists and Sandra Fluke to reject attempts by her to get the Catholic college to change its birth control coverage policy.
Today, Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia released a public letter saying Georgetown will not change its policy unless legally forced to do so.
The letter doesnt take Fluke to task or even mention her directly, but it rebuts many of the claims she made as she gained national notoriety and attempted to use it to force the college to do her bidding. One of Flukes biggest points of contention is that students may somehow find themselves in very rare circumstances in which birth control may be medically necessary something DeGioia says is already covered in the current policy.
The full letter reads:
(Excerpt) Read more at lifenews.com ...
Fluke was a PAID fluke...She’s on a special scholarship...
Send her to CVS for $ 9.00 a month or maybe her Trust fund Finance can pony up and pay for it.
She is a national disgrace.
It was never about getting the screwel’s policy changed. It was about women engaged in politics. Total propaganda for the purpose of trying to get The One The World Was Waiting For to remain in power.
Rush wins. Will LSM report?? (I make joke).
I heard the slut was engaged...to a man?
Worse, imho, are the many who defend her idiotic reasoning.
I am not sure which is more disgraceful.
Eh, call it a tie and spit on ‘em all....
She looks like she is used to that.
A better headline would be “Georgetown tells student: Go Fluke Yourself”
I GUESS THE SLUT WILL HAVE TO PAY HER OWN WAY FOR SEX..............
Okay, I didn’t go to Georgetown, but am having some trouble interpreting that first sentence. Who writes this stuff?
she gave sluts a bad name........at least sluts make some people happy at their OWN expense...........
Oh! So it wasn’t just me. That first sentence is horrible, isn’t it? I mean, I’m not a full officer of the Grammar Police district but that was just bad.
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