Poor Sandra Fluke… She Wants You To Pay For Her $9/Month Birth Control As She Frolics in Spain & Pompeii

Just when you thought you’d seen everything.
Poor Sandra Fluke, the 30 year-old far left activist who wants you to pay for her $9 a month birth control, is dating a rich socialist.

They recently traveled to Spain and Italy together.
It was a lovely getaway for the women’s rights activist and her rich socialist boyfriend.

Here the two lovebirds are roughing it late at night in Barcelona – drunk.

And, here the poor little darling tries to make ends meet in Pompeii.

What a brave woman. How does she manage it all?

Brooks Bayne has much more on Sandra and her very rich boyfriend.

So does anyone else find it a bit odd that she would go before Congress and ask America to pay for her $9 a month birth control rather than asking her rich socialist boyfriend? Weird.

UPDATE: And would you selfish taxpayers please buy her rich boyfriend a new pair of trousers. The poor guy wore this pair out – in the crotch.

UPDATE: And here’s another shot of Sandra slumming it in Barcelona last year before her testimony to Congress.

The non-stop suffering of this little angel… How does she stand it?

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  • charlotte

    I doubt Ms Fluke cannot access contraceptive methods herself, but thats not the point. I think she was merely making a point that students should have the option of having their contraception paid for. Students (male and female) have sex, I don’t think this will come as a surprise to any of you (unless you are being delusional). Contraception is not a luxury. Some students can’t afford to get on the Pill, let alone go to Spain – maybe its not her case, does that make her point less valid? Do we really want more teenage pregnancies, more abortions, or do we want to pay for safe, effective contraception (and, as you mentioned, cheap), so that our children can continue living a normal life – going to a good university, having friends and girlfriends and boyfriends – just living their youth without pregnancy scares??
    Sexuality is an inherent part of being human. Can anyone commenting here certify that they never, ever had sex for other reasons than procreation? Don’t be hypocritical.

  • alphonsegaston

    What. planet. do. you. folks. who. are. obsessing. about. a. 30. year. old. law. student’s. private. life. inhabit?

    In other words, what is wrong with you???

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  • jokr8790

    What, are you stalking her? Very freaking creepy!!!

  • MereelSkirata

    pffffft, conservative americans, you are all so wise. you all seem to be rich folks around here who never will need a helping hand. good for you. but never complain when mister bossman comes around the corner, fires you within the glimpse of a moment and you ll never get a high paid job again. you loose your car, house foreclosed, you have to take the money out of your kids college funds, no cell phone, no tv and all whats left is food stamps. wonder how conservative you still will be!!!

  • Chris

    I still can’t believe conservatives have chosen to defend Limbaugh by repeating and amplifying his attacks on Sandra Fluke. And scouring her personal life to pretend a vacation justifies Limbaugh’s 3-day attack just makes it worse. The fact is that conservatives have now engaged in a nearly a month long attack on a young women for testifying that the pill should be covered by private health insurance. That’s not even news, since the pill has been covered for decades. But I guess conservatives think all these women are also sluts and prostitutes. Some might have even taken vacations (gasp).

    Do conservatives really want to undermine private insurance coverage of birth control while simultaneously arguing that women who get pregnant can’t have an abortion? Santorum argues that women who are raped should not have an abortion.

    Or are conservatives so disconnected from reality that they think their lies about Sandra Fluke and other women can be justified because of their “deeply held religious views”? Talk about giving Christianity a bad name!

    There are a number of churches that believe medical intervention is a sin… showing a lack of faith in God. Conservatives would allow them to deny all coverage on the basis that it was against their religion. Birth control is part of fundamental health care for many women. To side against women on this is almost as bad as siding with Rush Limbaugh against Sandra Fluke.

  • http://www.rockingjamboree.com/ Russ Rogers

    Sandra Fluke never asked you to pay for her birth control. She just expects that the prescriptions she gets from her doctor will be covered by her health insurance (which is the minimum standard that millions of other women get), without interference from her school or her job. That is not about a government handout. That is about getting the FULL VALUE from the health insurance that SHE PAYS FOR or SHE EARNS for herself. That’s about wanting to keep her healthcare PRIVATE (between her and her doctor), and not have her school or job get involved in her most personal medical choices. That’s just common sense.

  • gregorsamsa

    We should applaud the courageous and self-sacrificing Sandra Fluke. A paltry $9 a month is a small price for us to pay to watch the projected 3.5 million Americans lose the health insurance coverage they want in exchange for the government-issued “insurance” they neither want nor can afford. If Obamacare is good enough for Sandra not to want anything to do with herself, we ought to thank her for her selfless example.

  • Joe

    Take Chick-Fil-A for example. Everyone is screaming they should pay for birth control – but they already DO. CFA objects to abortifacient forms of birth control only – a small subset.

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