I Have A Say (In How You Have to Spend Your Money to Get Me Laid): Sandra Fluke. There has been some controversy over certain talk-show hosts insinuating (although in jest) that this girl is a prostitute. We disagree. We disagree most emphatically. Prostitutes don’t have any problems getting persons to pay them for sex. This girl, on the other hand, can’t seem to get a John without an act of Congress.

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Fishstank
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I agree! She is a slut and a prostitute and her parents are damn proud of her!

drb
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poppajoe49
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She has long been a liberal activist for LGBT causes as well as other “womens health” issues.
Funny how they never mentioned that in the MSM news stories.

Might as well use the liberal reference page for her bio!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandra_Fluke

KimmyQueen
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People talk about the slippery road and this is the prime example of this. Women again are pawns for something that is meant to benefit men who strangely enough want to be women! :-/

KimmyQueen
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She is no lady and she has no grace. Limbaugh apologizes twice (he should have never taken the bait) but she doesn’t care and doesn’t think it is genuine. However Laura Ingraham and other conservative women get called similar or worst on perhaps a daily basis and even if they get an apology everybody moves on from there and they are graceful enough to accept and let it go. Liberals only want to silence those voices that are problems they are not interested in anything else.

Tesslea
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Sounds like a personal problem to me and that means it is none of my business. Choose to have sex better protect yourself or you could choose not to have sex, it is really that simple. Sex is not necessary unless you want a child beyond that it is a personal choice that tax payers should not have to pay for…. skank.

Newsel
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This is total crap. Per Planned Parent Hood the cost of the pill is $15.00 per month. If sex is so great, miss a lunch or two….why ask the tax payer or the church to fund yr pass time?

Alien
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Rush wasn’t kidding. That’s a feeble defense..

Stand by your arguments. Maybe its wrong to call a woman a slut for wanting to have lots of sex. But its completely fair to have a debate on who should have to pay for it (whether its taxed or pooled expenses via insurance companies, or however)

Rush lost this distinction very quickly..

I don’t want to have to pay for gargantuan fatties to clog up their sh-t eating like porcine demons of a fast food hell.. but I do. I see them lurching around work everyday, and I often wonder how much of my insurance costs go to them. Maybe if some of them put down the uber mondo nachos and picked up an apple..

But what are ya gonna do?

Sidekick
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But to the porcine population do you want to add the frequent recreational sex participants among those that you subsidize?

perlcat
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As a self-respecting geek, I find having to pay cash for self-inflicted idiocy particularly galling, In IT, the way I usually deal with the belligerent ones is “You did it. You figure it out.”

FormerlyDeanH
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This whole story, which wouldn’t have seen the light of day had it not been for big ol’ Rush Limbaugh and his treatment of it being exactly what the progs feed on, is so much less than a concern as the real issues today. I’m not able to give this tripe much consideration, I’ve more important boogers to pick. But I did run over a liberal somewhere recently who begged us to understand that this wasn’t about this liar and her insatiable desire for wanton sex. Instead it is about her ‘friend’ who need some sort of hormone therapy that these birth control meds afford her.
I see that wouldn’t be anybody’s birth control, rather it would be medical treatment. I don’t even want to think about this crap anymore. Let obama piss into the wind all he wants.

Angry Southerner
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So if it a medical treatment and not a contraceptive then it should be covered under the schools medical insurance all this is is a democrat wanting the spotlight so that they can spread their lies

FormerlyDeanH
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Yep.

flashingscotsman
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More important boogers to pick. I like that.

drb
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All I know is that when I had endometriosis, the pill would have been the cheapest and easiest treatment and my insurance was willing to pay for it. The problem came from the fact that I have adverse reactions to the pill so that wasn’t a good treatment option for me. Insurance did not want to pay for the more expensive treatment but in the end (after a bit of a fight) they did.

Immortal Fish
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Why is the media helping Sandra Fluke promote unsafe sex?

deepthinker
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If this operative of the democrat party would just Google Planned Parenthood in DC, she would see that there are three of them within 1 mile of Georgetown University.

I as a tax payer have no desire to pay for her sexual escapades and conquests. IF she is a true feminist, she should ask her date if they have the prevention. The last time I checked you can by condoms just about any where. Shot even Amazon has them on line.

Taking her numbers, how in the world does she and her friends have time to study their law courses.

As for being a private citizen, she gave that up when she was pimped out by Nancy and her friends within the democratic party.

When she enrolled at Georgetown University, she knew what was provided by the Student Health there. All this is about wanting something for nothing and not wanting to have to actually accept responsibility for the actions and choice that are made.

FormerlyDeanH
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KimmyQueen
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Thank you! This is exactly what I was looking for. This needs to go to Fox News immediately.

StrinaM
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she LOOKS older than her 20s! I don’t even know why she tried to tell us other wise… that in itself should be perjury!

MDLION
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StrinaM:”she LOOKS older than her 20s!”

I’ve heard she’s 30.

Big Al
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Her vajaja is 103 and in dog years it is dead.

KimmyQueen
Guest

omg!!! That was so funny!!!

EXFED4
Member

Logged more miles than all the space shuttles put together.

poppajoe49
Member

6 inches at a time!

poppajoe49
Member

Sounds to me like she’s trying to get reimbursed for past expenditures on birth control. At her age she probably spent lots more in the past 10-15 years on birth control than she does now.
Since she’s “entitled” under the Obungles plan to get her BC paid for, she figures she deserves “back pay”.

plemmen
Member

“Back pay” … is that pay for the time she spent on her back?

JayBoy
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If penis’s were airplanes, her vagina would be JFK!

poppajoe49
Member

Still trying to figure out how she finds time to study.
Maybe she reads while doing it doggie style.

nellie
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can’t she work part time and pay for her “needs,” or is it that if she worked, she wouldn’t have time for this governmental necessity?
Considering she already graduated from Cornell, why is she back studying law? Has she learned that the government isn’t required (and shouldn’t provide) what you deem as a norm?

Sententia
Member

Is she attending an all female school? Why would she need birth control?

whatabeanr
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I think that face and that haircut are enough birth control for her

flashingscotsman
Member

Works for me.

poppajoe49
Member

Works for prisoners!

Navyvet
Member

Never underestimate the power of lots and lots of alcohol

perlcat
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To alcohol — the cause of, and solution to, all of life’s problems!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUVwR0rw5fk