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Written on March 3, 2012 at 1:06 pm by Tim
Sandra Fluke’s controversial testimony before the House Democratic Steering and Policy committee demonstrates why she and other liberals are flukes. Yes a flukes, little parasitic flatworms. While commentator Rush Limbaugh referred to her as a “slut”, conservative writer Michelle Malkin said she was, “a moocher and a tool of the Nanny State. She’s a poster girl for the rabid Planned Parenthood lobby and its eugenics-inspired foremothers.”
From my perspective I would say Malkin has it correct. I found the brief 5 minute clip below to be the most stupid argument given for why religious institutions should provide contraception in their insurance plans. This is typical for liberals though. They want everyone else to take care of them, except when they want to make decisions about abortions and engaging in premarital sex. Then they want to be in control and declare it’s their choice.
Fluke gives an example of a “friend” who needed contraception because of the fact that she is said to have poly-cystic ovarian syndrome in order to keep cysts from growing on her ovaries. Fluke made the comment that her friend had provided the proper documentation that the contraception was not for birth control. Then she tried to emphasize the point that her friend was a homosexual, a lesbian.
OK, so now she has come out and admitted that the contraception was not for birth control and her friend is a lesbian. Then she goes on to state that because her friend didn’t get the contraception, because apparently it would cost too much (according to her the cost was over $100 a month) and the woman “just couldn’t afford it.”
You know, I’m not sure, but I’m guessing this same woman has a cell phone that probably costs close to that figure every month. She probably has cable TV that costs half, if not more than that a month. She probably also has a pretty good sized internet bill as well. I’m wondering if she drinks, how much each month she spends on alcohol. Also, I wonder just how much her wardrobe costs her each month.
You see, we all have priorities, it’s just what do we actually prioritize. Furthermore why should a lesbian woman demand that her insurance company cover her contraception. If she doesn’t like the coverage, go get another insurance company who will cover it, but I’m guessing she won’t like the premiums.
On top of this, do the employees of a religious organization really have the right to tell the religious organization that they have to provide such things? Really?
This is the entire argument presented and what is most ironic about Ms. Fluke’s statements is she goes on to tell that the young woman who had to have surgery to remove her ovary because of a tennis ball sized cyst, is all upset because now she may not be able to have children and that upsets her mother who wanted grand children.
Well, Ms. Fluke and for your friend, how bout she stop her perverted lifestyle and actually engage a man, someone who is able to provide said offspring. Stop blaming insurance companies and religious organizations and government for not giving you contraception. Make good choices. In fact, make right choices.
I’m not declaring that the cyst problem is not serious, please don’t misunderstand me, but to then gripe and complain that the insurance company doesn’t cover it when you should already know that when you obtained the insurance is simply childish and irresponsible. No one has the right to declare that someone else must lose their rights (ie, the school or the insurance company) in order to uphold a “perceived” right you have.
Ultimately you don’t have a right to medical contraception. The only contraception that every person has a right to is abstinence!
Ultimately Fluke is no different than any other feminist. She wants a liberal sex life without responsibility. She wants it for herself and for even those of a perverted sexual relationship and she wants someone else to pay for it.
One student from Georgetown, Angela Morabito, sums Ms. Fluke up well:
“Sandra Fluke doesn’t speak for me. Or for Georgetown.
She doesn’t speak for those of us who worked hard to be able to choose to come to a great institution with a great tradition of faith and scholarship. She certainly can’t speak for the Jesuits who dedicated their lives to God and Education with a long established set of rules. There are only ten of them, and Ms. Fluke would do well to give them a quick read.
If she wants a more liberal sex life, she can go to Syracuse.
Sandra doesn’t even speak for all skanks! She only speaks for the skanks who don’t want to take responsibility for their choices.”
Liberals need to grow up. They need to learn what it is to accept responsibility and take care of themselves instead of always looking to government or demanding that others take care of them. The flukes need to take into account what they are doing to the hosts they are feeding off of.