WASHINGTON, February 5, 2014 – With the retirement of Los Angeles Congressman Henry Waxman after approximately 800 terms, Sandra Fluke is considering running for his seat. This is a fancy way of claiming to be unemployed. It sounds more successful than “aspiring director” or “ethnic studies chair.” The only thing left for a woman with zero useful skills or job experience to do is run for Congress.
Since the wealthy Los Angeles seat is safely Democratic, this would allow Fluke to have cradle to grave congressional welfare benefits for the next four decades without ever being held accountable. She would have the subsidized life she craves.
Fluke was born and raised in Pennsylvania and moved to Washington, DC, but Hillary Clinton never let the carpet-bagger argument derail her quest for power and neither will Fluke.
Fluke is the woman who held herself up as a champion of feminism by demanding that taxpayers cover the costs of her birth control. Critics call her a parasite demanding free stuff.
Fluke became a darling in leftists circles when radio host Rush Limbaugh called Fluke a slut (he quickly apologized). This allowed the upper-middle-class white girl living comfortably to milk the oppressed victim card for all it was worth.
It is long past time for people to be judged by the content of their character, not their skin color or gender affiliation. The issue is not that Sandra Fluke is of the female gender, or whether she is heterosexual, lesbian, or bisexual. Her problem is that she, like Hillary Clinton and Wendy Davis, is simply a destructive force. She is a morally bankrupt person who would wreak havoc on society if given the slightest amount of power.
Real women include the Little Sisters of the Poor. They are religious women devoting their entire lives to helping other people. The Obama government is waging war on them with help from ambulance chasers like John Edwards and Fluke. This is the real war on women.
A recent column of Fluke’s defending her right to free birth control shows her to be ethically challenged, a polite way of calling her a liar.
“We are just regular people trying to take care of ourselves medically and financially.”
This is totally false. She is looking for sugar daddy government to take care of her, whether taxpayers want to or not.
“Seven in ten Americans believe that health insurance companies should be required to cover the full cost of birth control, just as they do for other preventive services.”
She either made this number up or cited some leftist opinion column study by the Center for American Progress. Perhaps she learned from the New York Times what the word “evidence” means. Until she cites her source, her statistic is meaningless.
“If the Supreme Court agrees with these employers, survivors of rape could effectively be charged a rape penalty in the emergency room because their insurance doesn’t cover emergency contraception, which is essentially a high dose of birth control.”
This is the same dirty trick every radical leftist women’s advocate pulls. Rape, incest, and saving the life of the mother are the exceptions. Even many pro-lifers and other social conservatives would allow for such exemptions. The majority of cases involve women getting pregnant from consensual sex. Her irresponsibility should not be society’s problem.
“When women can control their lives with birth control, they can help the economy. It allows them to take better care of themselves and their families, support themselves financially, complete their education, and keep or get a job.”
This is gibberish. She neglects to mention that charging taxpayers for her frivolities costs them money which hurts the overall economy. She can claim that her hobbies are a societal necessity, but Jim Carrey in “Liar Liar” could not convince anybody that his red pen was blue.
“According to the Shriver Report, released last week by Maria Shriver and the Center for American Progress, one-third of all American women are living at ‘the brink of poverty.'”
There we go. Now we have our official leftist activist study disguised as settled factual information.
“A woman and her doctor, not her boss or Washington politicians, should decide what health care choices are right for her.”
Said the woman who is considering becoming a Washington politician so she can decide for everyone else what their health care choices should be.
When does the lunacy stop? Perhaps men should have subsidized scented candles and Marvin Gaye and Barry White records, since they are part of male reproductive needs.
Imagine Congresswoman Sandra Fluke. Picture her next crusade.
Perhaps she could demand that the National Football League hire women as head coaches and players. She could insist that 55% of all tickets be reserved for women and that those prices be lowered for poor women.
Or she could just try to ban guns, cripple businesses with environmental regulations, or use the NSA to spy on men suspected of cheating on their girlfriends. Then she could alternate between lying about what she is doing or justify it using long-since discredited straw man…excuse me, straw woman…make that LGBT-friendly straw people…arguments.
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