Hot Air’s Tina Korbe has been following this story (here’s the link to her previous post). Rush Limbaugh doesn’t actually say it, despite what you’re hearing in the media, but it is certaintly implied that Sandra Fluke isn’t a lady. Here’s the video via therightscoop.
Today White House spokesman Jay Carney stated that Barack Obama expressed “disappointmnent” that Sandra Fluke has been subjected to “inappropriate personal attacks.” So it’s okay to bring her out to attack Catholics and religious freedom, but to challenge Fluke’s claims and to treat her like the sex-crazed individual she apparently is, according to CNS News’ Craig Bannister who ran the numbers on how much sex she and her friends must be having to be spending $3000 on contraceptives during their time in law school, that’s is somehow wrong?
This whole contraceptive argument has been about one thing, and it’s not “women’s rights.” It’s about forwarding a pro-abortion agenda against the wishes of moral Americans. Catholics and their supporters aren’t standing outside pharmacies to keep women from getting contraceptives, but this administration wants the American people to believe that that’s exactly what is going on, and somehow, by forcing religious organizations to go against their faith, we will perserve the status quo.
Rush Limbaugh is right. Sandra Fluke is, by any definition, a prostitute. She’s sold herself to politicians who have a warped political agenda to push. What’s pathetic is that she’s a cheap prostitute, selling herself for contraceptives.
UPDATE: Michelle Malkin is weighing in on this. While I don’t agree that she isn’t a prostitute, I do agree that she is indeed the latest “tool of the Nanny State,” and “a poster girl for the rabid Planned Parenthood lobby and its eugenics-inspired foremothers.” Malkin also makes the point that this incident once again shows the doublestandards of the left who are constantly referring to conservative women by deragatory terms. I would say that at least when we use these words, it isn’t baseless slander.
I recommend my readership give Michelle Malkin’s post a read. There’s a link there to Jammie Wearing Fool’s post on this 30-year-old activist, not 23-year-old student. Apparently, Fluke chose to attend Georgetown Law specifically because it’s insurance policy didn’t cover contraceptives. With the Democrat’s attack on religion through this contraceptive mandate just starting, doesn’t this whole affair sound a little too convenient to anyone else?
UPDATE: Here’s another link because the content at the one above was being removed for some reason.