She’s No Math Major… Ding-Dong Sandra Fluke Could Have Paid 100 Bucks For 3-Year Birth Control Implant …Update: Walmart Birth Control is $9 a Month

Well she’s definitely not a math major…
Poor widdle 30 year-old women’s rights activist Sandra Fluke.
The busy “coed” drained her savings account paying $3,000 over three years for her contraceptives.

Too bad she didn’t know about 3-year implanon implants. You can get yours today at Planned Parenthood for $100.
Sandra could have paid it off in a month.

UPDATE: Walmart (who we just called) charges $9 a month for Tri-Sprintec and Sprintec oral contraceptives. They also stated that they offer several other contraceptives but only had those two in stock currently. They have offered this since 2007.

UPDATE: The Daily Caller has more on Sandra’s array of birth control device choices:

She has an incredible array of birth control devices and techniques to choose from — including birth control pills, patches, caps, rings, shots, diaphragms, implants, spermicides (foam, jelly, cream, film), male condoms, female condoms, morning-after pills, Depo-Provera, IUDs, pulling out, tubal ligation and, yes, abortion. Do they still make chastity belts?

She has the choice to have her boyfriend or husband pay for her preferred method of contraception. This seems like a reasonable accommodation assuming only he, and not all of society, is enjoying the pleasure of her company.

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  • Stephana

    dumb is as dem’s do.

  • Kate

    Maybe if she wasn’t so busy sleeping around she would find the time to stay up on current medical contraceptives. Just doesn’t have the time…..

  • Jeffery

    I visit the GP for a few days every year or so. Is this really how the extreme right spends it discussion time, inaccurately portraying the imagined sex life of college girls? Spinning assassination yarns? Chest-beating about invading the next Muslim nation? Gay marriage?

    No direct discussion of the economy, manufacturing, unemployment, import/export, energy policy?

    You guys deserve better from your leaders. Rush, Jim, Sean, Grover, Bill-O et al make a good living misleading you. No wonder you feel frustrated.

  • olm

    It is not the point.
    She has the whole country talking about how she is not a slut she is a victim of her gender and insurance companies should be made to pay for birth control
    She has been successful, she is a shill for the fundamental change that the progressives are trying to install.
    I seriously doubt she needs birth control.
    And yes, she absolutely is a slut. All day long, every day. Sorry.

  • http://fuzislippers.blogspot.com/ Fuzzy

    Sigh. This whole thing is really not about birth control; it’s about the Obama mandate that infringes on religious freedom. The more we do this, the more we play into the left’s hands. They WANT us talking about birth control alternatives and choices and ANYTHING (including Fluke and Rush) except Obama’s proclamation against the Church. There’s a reason conservatives always lose, and this is a big part of it. We let them frame the narrative to suit them and then play right into their hands.

    I don’t care if birth control is a penny a year, churches and religious institutions should not be forced to pay or provide access to something that goes against their conscience. Period. That battle, we were winning. This one? We’re losing. And the left is thrilled. Of course.

  • shibumi

    Those costs are completely false. Look it up. Birth control pills cost an average of $25 a month, up to $50 a month. Probably much cheaper at campus health center.

    Or she could just ask her victims, I mean partners, to use condoms.

    Also… when did sex without pregnancy become a constitutional right?

    And if it is a constitutional right, what about men? Are rapists just men asserting their right to have as much sex as they want with whoever they want?

  • olm

    Jefffery,
    We are talking about this as a country becaause your guy Obama, made contraception an issue.
    He is either flying around on AF1 watching basketball or thinking of the next ridiculous topic to take the spotlight off his abysmal record.

  • IfTheAdministrationWereHonest

    If she were a crack addict,the Left wouldn’t be demanding the taxpayers of the nation furnish her with crack would they?

    If she were an alcoholic,the Left wouldn’t be demanding the taxpayers furnish her with all her alcohol would they?

    So why should taxpayers be forced to furnish her with birth control?

  • wanumba

    #3 March 3, 2012 at 11:25 am
    Jeffery commented:

    visit the GP for a few days every year or so. Is this really how the extreme right spends it discussion time, inaccurately portraying the imagined sex life of college girls?
    :::::::::::::::

    Did you send a self-righteous email to Susan Fluke and Nancy Pelosi for inaccurately portraying the imagined sex life of college girls so they can get votes for billion-dollar tax increases?

    Hmm?

  • JIM

    Jeffy, tell me where in the Constitution it says that the fed. govt. can guarantee healthcare or birth control?

  • Adi

    Is this a taxpayer payed procedure?

    Because if it isn’t, that’s a no-go for Sarah. Yes, she’s a Fluke.

  • wanumba

    Planned Parenthood pitching to Black women to make sure no black babies show up. Barack Obama is okay as he thinks his own future black grandchildren would be burdens.

    Pretty blatant Democrat Liberal Left racism.

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  • Adi

    #3

    I like when everyone around me tells me everything is perfect and will become even more perfect in time.

    And all I have to do is keep dreaming, spot the unicorns and wait for that big pie in the sky.

    Bliss.

  • Jess

    Hey “few days a year” poster – why no answer to the question @ forced by law (mandated) insurance coverages? Are you still asserting that it’s a good idea for forcing people to purchase coverage they can’t even use?

    *crickets*

  • Joe College

    If she or those presenting her lied to Congress about her age are they guilty of a crime?

  • Jess

    “for” = “to force”. Need more coffee

  • patman

    Fluking off… Almost as good as ice cream and french fries.

  • regularguy

    Whew!!! Thanks, Jeff, for saving me from being conned by Gateway Pundit. What have I been thinking? You are a breath of fresh air that finally has woken me from an extreme-right-wing-induced coma that deluded me into believing that Ms. Fluke was nothing but a con-artist trying to politically-bludgeon the people of the country into paying for health care benefits that anyone can purchase from their own pocket. I was somehow led to believe that the government shouldn’t dictate to private entities what they should have to purchase, in this case birth control, against their religious beliefs. What we do without people like you to help us surrender our rights to a government health care system that knows better than we about how to take care of ourselves?

  • mackykam

    If she can’t afford contraception perhaps she could find herself a more profitable street corner .

  • dba…vagabond trader

    You hear that? We are to stfu and listen to the wisdom of our betters who have got nothing nadda zilch except bogus anecdotes from those who are devoid of morals and personal responsibility. All worship at the altar of abortion or else. Massive fail on the part of this regime.

  • jorgen

    She should be sterilized to prevent her from polluting the genepool.

  • wanumba

    #16 March 3, 2012 at 11:45 am
    Joe College commented:
    If she or those presenting her lied to Congress about her age are they guilty of a crime?
    ::::::::::::::::::

    That’s the whole sham of it. The Democrats decorated it up to LOOK like a Congressional hearing, but it wasn’t. She couldn’t take an oath and say what she said without perjuring herself. Third year law student and all … she knows that… so the earnest little girl student act is pretty obnoxious.

  • bigL

    but most people will fall of the sham…

  • Bunni

    Stupid ho. Of course o would call her, probably wants to set something up for selibus and big sis. He can’t be bothered to call the family of our brave war dead though! What a disgrace.
    Some co-ed. 30 years old, ridiculous.

  • myohmy

    Of course, Sandra Fluke does not want to know. She is just the useful idiot of the democratic party. All the democrat machine wants is power..power and more power. She will be rewarded for whoring herself to the DNC machine.

  • Jeffery

    jimmee,

    If your argument against universal healthcare is a Constitutional one, than you’ve already lost.

    The Constitution is silent on interstate highways, F-18s, airports, the Marine Corps, Social Security, national parks, Predator drones and space shuttles, yet we have them, all paid for from confiscated federal taxes.

    Are you really making the argument that Medicare is unConstitutional?

    Here’s our Preamble:

    We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

    and the Preamble to Section 8, delineating the powers of Congress:

    The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States; but all Duties, Imposts and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States;

    If 40% of our annual budget, the Marines, F-18s, atomic bombs, Guantanamo, the Patriot Act, Abu Ghraib, torturing captives and the killing of American citizens as ordered by President Obama (anwar al-awlaki) are all Constitutional under the provision “provide for the common Defence”, might universal healthcare be covered by “provide for the general Welfare”?

  • http://www.eaglesup.us USMCdaughter1

    This is another manufactured controversy by the Left – it’s that simple. Anything that portrays conservatives in a poor light deserves national outrage. The re-election of Zero is paramount to them and they will go to whatever lengths it takes.

  • Loretta Barnes

    Maybe you should listen or read her statement. Her main purpose was about a woman who needed the pill for another reason besides birth control. The pill is used for other medical reasons. Where in the bible does it say no use of birth control?
    I can’t believe some of the comments that have been made about this issue. If those are christian statements the God help us all !

  • jimg

    Sandra Fluke = Cindy Sheehan

    As soon as the Left is done using her, they’ll throw her out of the moving vehicle and then wait for the next useful idiot to come along.

  • USMC Thomas

    Birth control is free Sandra, just keep your knee’s closed.

  • Patty

    Box of condoms cost $11.46 for 40 ct. Why is this just a Women issue. Also, condoms were handed out free to Elementary kids and High Schools as a prevention for pregnancy and Aids.

    What happen to this big push by Government on our children. I never like this unless the parents were involved in this. But seriously, Fluke was a plant and needs investigations into who hired her. My bet Pelosi.

  • jimg

    @ Loretta

    No. Maybe you should listen.

    Her main purpose was to persuade the government to force insurance carriers to pay for her – and other women’s – sexual recreational activities. And in the process, raise premiums on the rest of us.

    It has nothing to do with Christianity, the Bible or anything of the sort. Why can’t people like you get this through your heads?

  • Patty

    The named alone, Fluke? It was no fluke that the Democrats, especially, Pelosi would trot out this liberal activists, then this:

    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-57388641-503544/senate-strikes-down-blunt-amendment-on-contraception-rule/

    So, she goes out and asked the college students about the cost of their contraceptives. Just so happens it come out right after HHS mandates Catholics Hospitals they must insure their employees for contraceptives.

    It really doesn’t take an Einstein to figure out just how political the whole thing as become. And you cannot tell me that Obama and Seibilius had to know this would become a real topic that would upset religious groups.

    And prior to this Komen and Planned Parenthood thing. Suspicious? Better believe it. This Contraceptive issue is important for the Women Vote. Obama has had trouble with the women vote. It seem to have planned right into the administration plan. I would hope that someone like Breitbart could investigate this and it is a fact he would have been on this one.

    As for Fluke, $1,000 a year for sex. Forgive the pun but if you are having that much sex then how do you have time to study. Remember this: http://www.therightperspective.org/2010/06/24/mass-elementary-handing-out-condoms/

    Mass elementary handing out condoms. We paid for this, I suggest since they did this and did this in High Schools do this in Colleges.

    The cost would be http://www.walmart.com/ip/Lifestyles-Ultra-Sensitive-Condoms-40-ct/887631

    $11.46 for a box of 40 now that could be what sex 1 1/3 times a month if you have it one time a day. $138.00 12 boxes. Seriously, Fluke was a plant. And Rush is right.

    START INVESTIGATING THIS FLUKE, WOW, THAT NAME. AND WHAT I WOULD LOVE TO CALL HER.

  • Danimal

    Don’t feed the Trolls….

  • Freddy

    How is it that NO ONE has mentioned that this woman is promoting UNPROTECTED SEX?

    She is a walking venerial disease promotion wanting to destroy millions of people’s lives with her UNSAFE lifestyle choice!

    IF HHS actually cared about HEALTH, they would not be PROMOTING UNSAFE SEX!

  • Mitch Rapp

    If She wants to be a lawyer she only has to know how to lie, cheat, steal and be corrupt.

    You can major in these qualities in most Law Schools.

    Obama is a Lawyer as is his wife – Would you trust either one?

  • Mitch Rapp

    Bill Clinton already has Sandra Fluke’s personals and is set up for a TRYOUT this weekend according to the Clinton Library and Massage Parlor

  • donh

    Fluke just wants to provoke another slut March….>>. http://youtu.be/nGjWU9Lsm6k ..By next week this will be about date rape and Republicans wanting to rape women .

  • MADgirl91

    As I watched this gal testify, tears being choked back at the horror, horror! of having to pay for something all by herself, I thought, good grief, what happened to smart, independent, capable women who went out and worked to get what they needed? Or how about getting an extra 1,000 in your student loan each year? The cheek, the pathetic victimhood, the helplessness of this gal just made me ashamed for her.

  • owl

    This is a Pooper Scooper attack on Rush and the right. One of their productions, produced by the MSM, written for the Dems and by the Dems, and starring one of their favorite victims.
    If that victim is white, then it MUST be a female.

    A lying slut star with complete cast. We even have our part down pat. Half the right is saying that Rush should apologize for ‘Hatefull name calling, etc’. We have all our politicians having to answer for it. We have Boehner, blah, blah, blah.

    STOP it you wimps. This is a MSM/Dem whore doing their tricks. Obama did the wrong.

    STOP apologizing. Stand up. They are the sluts that are stealing our country with this crap.

  • Georgetown Fluking & Glee Club

    If it’s for a medical condition, then her insurance would pay for it. How do I know this? Because I had to take a drug for a medical condition that normally wouldn’t be covered. It has nothing to do with fluking!

  • Joanne

    Fifty years ago people would be asking if she was married, and if she wasn’t why she would need birth control in the first place. We’ve come along way baby right down the tube. She looks like she is promiscuous, a liar, and in need of $3000 worth of birth control in three years. Wow, sounds like she’s been using a lot more than just the pill.

  • owl

    BTW, thinking in terms of sluts. When you say Snowe, think slut. Then trace it to why we have Obamacare. Do not let them say that she voted against it. She gave it to us.

  • Skandia Recluse

    I sincerely pray that we don’t have to wait until she loses an ovary or is diagnosed with cancer before her needs and the needs of all of these women are taken seriously

    Needs…you see. These poor, deserving women have ‘needs’, needs that are unmet. Therefore we need government to take, by force of law or imperial decree either incrementally or in its entirety, to take wealth from those who do not deserve it, and use that wealth to meet the ‘needs’ of the more deserving.

    This is why we have government, you see. It is the purpose of government; to provide for the needs of those who are deemed, by government, to be deserving of having their ‘needs’ met. This is why government must manage healthcare, for the benefit of us all, to see that ‘needs’ are managed. This is why government must manage the auto industry to see that the ‘needs’ of common labor are met, that they continue to be employed, building the products that the country ‘needs’, as defined by a government of experts.

    This is why water to the growers of California’s Central Valley have had their water shut off, because the Delta Smelt has ‘needs’, and our environment would be diminished were the Delta Smelt to become extinct.

    This is why the government must invest billions/trillions of dollars in energy production from Alternative Sources because we must protect the environment from disasters caused by drilling for oil.

    From each, according to their ability to pay, to each, according to their ‘need’, managed by a government of experts who will decide for us, what we need, and who will pay for it.

  • Alana

    The notion that her friend with the medical condition could go to a college like that, go to the doctor, and THEN be unable to pay for the inexpensive pills despite her very life depending on it – beggars one’s credulity.

    As for Fluke herself, I think she’s probably gay.

  • The Elector of Saxony

    “The Constitution is silent on interstate highways, F-18s, airports, the Marine Corps, Social Security, national parks, Predator drones and space shuttles, yet we have them, all paid for from confiscated federal taxes.”

    Actually, the Constitution specifically provides for all of those things in Articles 1 and 2. Article 1 grants Congress the right to regulate “commerce… among the several states..” That’s called the Commerce Clause. That’s how you get highways and airports. The Constitution provides for raising and financing of a Military, specifically an Army and Navy (the Marines were a branch of the Navy originally) and under which space shuttles, and predator drones were developed.

    No law is predicated upon the preamble to the Constitution. You may be confusing “Necessary and Proper” in Article 1 § 8 for something in the preamble like General Welfare? Maybe?

    FDR managed to bully the Court into holding that the Commerce Power of the Congress is unlimited, and no act or statute could possibly fall outside it. In that case, there is no Constitution, and the enumerated powers are a mere illusion. Indeed, for many decades, the Congress with complicity from the Courts has acted as if this is indeed the case, but they have not managed to repeal the Constitution in toto yet, so we still must pretend that it exists and guarantees meaningful Liberty to the citizenry. It has been a sham since the New Deal, and the Supreme Court spent decades tying itself in knots to come up with reasons why the Congress is unrestrained by the “silly old” Constitution in its lawmaking power. Read US v Lopez and Morrison v US. That will give you a good backgrounder on Commerce Clause jurisprudence, and maybe a hint at the direction things are moving. Lopez (1995) was the first time since 1937 that an act of Congress was found to be outside it’s grant of Constitutional power.

    Maybe you shouldn’t be in the discussion if you don’t really understand how the government is structured or functions?

    You should probably hope that the ACA is struck down. If not, the Congress will have no real Constitutional check on it’s actions. Any act of Congress will be allowable under any tortured “activities affecting” argument. Today, this may be a tyranny of which you approve. What happens tomorrow when the tyranny targets you and your family? There were people who fanatically supported Stalin and his genocides, his clampdown on freedom in the name of Marxism. When they later became victims during the purges, they certainly had to find it ironic. I think I would rather have fought the tyranny from the start, thank you very much. Read Eugenia Ginsburg’s “Into the Whirlwind” if you want a peek inside the emotional and intellectual drama that takes place in such a situation.

  • MaryW

    I’m a senior and on a fixed income. My doctor has ordered me to take one 80mg Aspirin every day and 2 Calcium tablets twice a day in addition to a daily Multi-vitamin, all of which are not covered by my insurance. The average cost of these comes to around $17.00 a month. Do you think I could get Mz. Pelosi to invite me to speak before Congress and beg for taxpayer dollars to cover my expenses? Afterall, isn’t this all about women’s health? Ooops, forgot. It’s about REPRODUCTIVE health. I never knew the reproductive side of me wasn’t part of the whole me Boy, they never taught us that in school when I had science. Thank you, Mz. Pelosi, etal for illuminating poor dumb me!

  • donh

    Yes fluck is a lesbian and that is how they will twist this into Republicans taking the side of rapists. You see Fluck has to take birth control because you never know when you are going to pass out drunk on campus and have a man rape you.

  • Voice of Reason

    It’s easy to expose liberal lies and BS. I don’t think they care that much since they are trying to convince those who don’t verify, but, trust them for what they spew. I like to listen to Randi Rhodes and Thom Hartmann on progressive radio to hear the liberal way and often cannot believe the hypocrisy, misinformation, skewed points and nonsense that spouts from these so called liberal intellects. I see/hear it from the right as well, but, not as bad.

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  • FenelonSpoke

    I don’t think Rush should may called her a slut, but the left getting on their high horse being offended after they called Palin a c—-t and Bristol a slut is over the top. He’s a political shock jock. He’s not running for political office The Dems wanted her to testify in Issa’s hearing and they played games. She wasn’t a clergyperson. Why should she testify about abridgement of religious rights? Byron York reports about Dems games in “The Washington Examiner”. Isn’t Fluke on a scholarship to Georgetown? She couldn’t afford birth control? Cry me a river. She lied about the cost and now she’s a leftist hero who gets a call from Obama. It’s a distraction from the issues of Obama’s many failures and the left is loving it.

    I have never prayed about the outcome of any political election. I pray for the safety of the President and his family, that he would make wise and just decisions (But I haven’t been holding my breath), that God might protect our country, and that anything that’s been hidden about Obama may come to light. THIS Time I may pray about the election.

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  • Sasja

    Me thinks Jeffrey should take the free online course in the Constitution being offered by Hillsdale College. It’s not too late to sign up, Jeff, me boy. You could get caught up in the lessons in just a few hours.

  • owl

    I want Boehner to say ‘I don’t call anyone a slut so why are you asking me that stupid question? Oh, this is about Fluke, that leftwing activist person that lied in the fake hearings? I think that is about covering up Obama’s assault on religious freedom. You have a question for Rush, go ask him. I can talk all day about the lies that Fluke told and you report.’

    Get a spine Boehner. Do a Breitbart and grab a mic. Let me hear you.

  • bg

    ++

    i still want to know what happens when the rich run out
    of distribution money, and everyone is one size fits all??

    oh wait, think i know, a scientifically based
    UTOPIA rises from the “unity”, right?? /s/

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    owl #55 March 3, 2012 at 2:09 pm

    Boehner is part of the Oligarchy..

    when a movie about Congress comes out, he’s
    going to audition to play the part of Boehner..

    ==

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  • Babsy

    Seriously, does anyone with integrity expect a leftist to speak anyting of truth?

  • donh

    It figures Boner would make a limp verbal insertion into Fluck’s snatch.

  • NC consevative

    Jefferey:

    Your 40% for Defense is wrong. It’s 25%, and should be higher. . Welfare 13%, Healthcare 23%.

    http://www.usgovernmentspending.com/federal_budget_fy12bs12012n

  • retire05

    Perhaps Rush should have called this Fluke woman what she is; a prostitute that fails to collect for her services. Remember, she’s a law major, not an economics major. But what Fluke is doing is demanding she get paid for the services she renders via “in-kind” contributions. Fluke expects to be paid through free contraception just like the welfare mom gets paid through public housing and food stamps.

    Perhaps someone should ask Sandra Fluke how she is covering the $60,000+/yr cost of a law degree at Georgetown since her grant from WLALA was a ONE-TIME payment of $5,000.00, yet can’t afford a condom.

  • http://rightwingfringe.blogspot.com/ Aggie95

    I don’t think this is really going the way the democrats thought it would ….go and look at the comments on local papers it seems to be running about 60 – 40 against this woman

  • UpChuck.Liberals

    Given some of the numbers floating around for condoms, she’s getting laid 10 times a day, everyday. Busy girl, much too busy to be studying.

  • Adi

    #60

    I do expect a leftie to speak anything off truth. 😆

  • Liberals SUCK

    Two things concerning Ms. Fluke.

    1] She is not a useless tool of the liberal progressives – she’s a knowledgeable collaborator.

    2] She needs to get those callouses in her vagina shaved down; forget STDs or genital warts, this skank has thick callouses in that dark and dank hole. Nasty. Also, we do NOT want to see the movies from her pimp….yuck! Even Mohammad wouldn’t be sticking his root in there.

  • lizzy84

    @Patty/#32 commented:
    Fluke was a plant and needs investigations into who hired her. My bet.. Pelosi.

    I bet you’re right..both Pelosi and her husband Paul have deep ties to Georgetown.
    Paul did his undergraduate work there, they awarded her an ‘honorary degree’ in 2002 and 3 of their 5 kids graduated from GU:
    http://alumni.georgetown.edu/alumniassoc/alumniassoc_46.html
    So it looks like the whole Georgetown thing is a setup. Fluke is, first and foremost, a left wing activist who’s hitched her wagon to Pelosi to do their Alinsky thing, trying to make the girl look like a heroine to deflect from the mess oBama’s made. Such lovely people, the Left.

  • http://hallofrecord.blogspot.com Bruce Hall

    The cost of a condom is around 50-cents. Unless a woman is a “professional” she should be able to afford this cheap of a date.

  • Jet Jaguar

    The Constitution is NOT silent. It’s called the Tenth Ammendment.

    #27 March 3, 2012 at 12:44 pm
    Jeffery commented:

    jimmee,

    If your argument against universal healthcare is a Constitutional one, than you’ve already lost.

    The Constitution is silent on interstate highways, F-18s, airports, the Marine Corps, Social Security, national parks, Predator drones and space shuttles, yet we have them, all paid for from confiscated federal taxes.

  • Vladtheimp

    Thanks to Sarah’s paternalistic progressives, Walmart has not been permitted to build stores in Darwin’s Waiting Room, although 2 will be opening later this year.

    So, Sarah Slut, like the rest of D.C.’s impoverished residents, has to drive to Maryland or Virginia to take advantage of Walmart’s low prices.

    Like so many liberals, to Sarah the public interest and the private interest seem to intersect at her genital region. Perhaps her new phone buddy (not Weiner) call direct GM to give her a Volt. That should make her trip to Walmart cheaper until she and her region are burned to a crisp.

    Wonder what Georgetown Law School thinks about providing her a “Public Interest Scholarship” now that she has bitten them in the butt, exactly as she planned? Don’t kid yourself, Georgetown is as liberal as she is – they would give her the scholarship again based on her long history of liberal activism.

  • Bubba

    Why is this fugly bull dyke like every other liberal mouth piece? Why do they all have to LIE to make their cases??? From Al Gore lying his fat hypocrite face off about global warming to scare people silly (and make 100 million dollars), to Barry lying his half breed face off to make his case for Barrycare, all libs are the same. They simply cannot make their cases without lying. That’s how outrageous their positions are. I’ve never seen anything like it.

    They lie…lie…LIE, because they don’t stand a chance if they don’t.

  • http://www.themadjewess.com MJ

    Imagine if a right winger had imposed this on the church.
    These leftists now want the church IN CHARGE of their bodies?
    What a clusterf–k

  • Jeffery

    #70 Jet

    10th Amendment: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

    Is it your contention that the 10th Amendment makes interstate highways, the Marines, Social Security, Medicare and NASA etc unConstitutional?? Do you think it supercedes “provide for … general Welfare” or “to regulate … commerce among the several States”?

    Perhaps the Constitution does not say what you think it does. It’s only a few pages, you should read it.

    Section. 8.

    The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States; but all Duties, Imposts and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States;

    To borrow Money on the credit of the United States;

    To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes;

    To establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization, and uniform Laws on the subject of Bankruptcies throughout the United States;

    To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures;

    To provide for the Punishment of counterfeiting the Securities and current Coin of the United States;

    To establish Post Offices and post Roads;

    To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries;

    To constitute Tribunals inferior to the supreme Court;

    To define and punish Piracies and Felonies committed on the high Seas, and Offences against the Law of Nations;

    To declare War, grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal, and make Rules concerning Captures on Land and Water;

    To raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use shall be for a longer Term than two Years;

    To provide and maintain a Navy;

    To make Rules for the Government and Regulation of the land and naval Forces;

    To provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions;

    To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining, the Militia, and for governing such Part of them as may be employed in the Service of the United States, reserving to the States respectively, the Appointment of the Officers, and the Authority of training the Militia according to the discipline prescribed by Congress;

    To exercise exclusive Legislation in all Cases whatsoever, over such District (not exceeding ten Miles square) as may, by Cession of particular States, and the Acceptance of Congress, become the Seat of the Government of the United States, and to exercise like Authority over all Places purchased by the Consent of the Legislature of the State in which the Same shall be, for the Erection of Forts, Magazines, Arsenals, dock-Yards, and other needful Buildings;–And

    To make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, and all other Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States, or in any Department or Officer thereof.

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  • lizzy84

    @MJ/#73 commented.
    I was thinking along the same lines imagining how it would’ve played out if a proper young college woman had testified before Issa saying that oBama’s mandate wasn’t necessary because she believes in abstinence until marriage and doesn’t want to pay for other people’s birth control expenses.
    Someone on the Left, like Bill Maher, calls her a stuck up little c..t. That would’ve been appropriate, right? Because everything is up for grabs in political discourse, as long as it’s from the Left.
    Right?

  • wanumba

    Susan Fluke is worse than we all made her out to be. She has a screw loose:

    She’s gay …She’s 32 years old. As she put it: …. no fertility specialist in the world will be able to help me have my own children. I will have no chance at giving my mother her desperately
    desired grandbabies, simply because the insurance policy that I paid for totally
    unsubsidized by my school wouldn’t cover my prescription for birth control when I
    needed it.” … , she may never be able to conceive a child.

    Perhaps you think my friend’s tragic story is rare. It’s not.

    ::::::::::::::::::

    Susan Fluke, your friend’s ‘story’ is as rare as it gets.

    A lesbian worried about “providing her mother her desperately desired grandbabies” is really in a whole ‘nuther universe of absurd.

    ANd what the hell is Susan Fluke praying to in THIS gem:

    “I sincerely pray that we don’t have to wait until she loses an
    ovary or is diagnosed with cancer before her needs and the needs of all of these
    women are taken seriously.”

    She sounds exactly like a typical Left-wing Concern TROLL.

  • bg

    ++

    her name is not not Susan, it’s Sandra..

    ==

  • kato

    It used to be liberals screamed for church and government to keep out of their bedrooms.

    Now silly white girls are dying to tell the government how much sex they’re having.

    She’s got that “useful idiot” look in her eyes. This should be the high-point of her silly life, but somehow I get the feeling that MSM and the Dumbocratics are going to use her like they used Cindy Sheehan. She’ll get her 15 minutes with Diane Sawyer and the dopes at The View. She’ll probably drop out of Georgetown, pursue a career as a talking head or an actress, end up on a reality show paired up with some tattooed cretin wearing a doo-rag and an oversized baseball cap turned sideways, and never be heard from again.

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  • Jeffery

    Mr. Limbaugh apologized. This was a decent and honorable thing for him to do.

    A Statement from Rush
    March 03, 2012

    For over 20 years, I have illustrated the absurd with absurdity, three hours a day, five days a week. In this instance, I chose the wrong words in my analogy of the situation. I did not mean a personal attack on Ms. Fluke.

    I think it is absolutely absurd that during these very serious political times, we are discussing personal sexual recreational activities before members of Congress. I personally do not agree that American citizens should pay for these social activities. What happened to personal responsibility and accountability? Where do we draw the line? If this is accepted as the norm, what will follow? Will we be debating if taxpayers should pay for new sneakers for all students that are interested in running to keep fit? In my monologue, I posited that it is not our business whatsoever to know what is going on in anyone’s bedroom nor do I think it is a topic that should reach a Presidential level.

    My choice of words was not the best, and in the attempt to be humorous, I created a national stir. I sincerely apologize to Ms. Fluke for the insulting word choices.

  • lizzy84

    @bg/#79

    Noooooooo! You NEVER ever apologize to trash.

  • Callipygian1

    Birth control pills are also prescribed to address acne issues…

  • donh

    Everybody has their breaking point. This was it for Rush. He had to know he was sticking his finger into an electric socket , but at this point Rush doesn’t care. The anger for what is happening to this country is too much to bear and even the best professionals are cracking up. The apology will be as useless as Obama’s apology to Karzie. They won’t forgive because it was never about being offended. Just another savage community organized lynch mob destroying people who stand in the way of more freebies.

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  • JoyO

    Fluke is a perfect example of what happens when a Progressive tries to handle a budget! This is why our country is $16 trillion in debt — the Progressives in Congress lack the ability to acquire a basic understanding of math. They cannot understand the Constitution either. WE THE PEOPLE must vote against all Progressives this November 6, 2012!

  • bg

    ++

    hey where did my RL post go??

    March 03, 2012

    A Statement from Rush

    For over 20 years, I have illustrated the absurd with absurdity, three hours a day, five days a week. In this instance, I chose the wrong words in my analogy of the situation. I did not mean a personal attack on Ms. Fluke.

    I think it is absolutely absurd that during these very serious political times, we are discussing personal sexual recreational activities before members of Congress. I personally do not agree that American citizens should pay for these social activities. What happened to personal responsibility and accountability? Where do we draw the line? If this is accepted as the norm, what will follow? Will we be debating if taxpayers should pay for new sneakers for all students that are interested in running to keep fit? In my monologue, I posited that it is not our business whatsoever to know what is going on in anyone’s bedroom nor do I think it is a topic that should reach a Presidential level.

    My choice of words was not the best, and in the attempt to be
    humorous, I created a national stir. I sincerely apologize to Ms.
    Fluke for the insulting word choices.

    that’s what i figured, anyone who knows RL knows it wasn’t meant to be taken “personally”, after all, like someone else previously stated, he is an “entertainer”..

    now what i want to know is, when are the leftists like Maher, Daily or Behar going to apologize to all whom they’ve intentionally insulted day in and day out over the years??

  • Meema

    All this “blah blah blah” about the separation of church and state, and none of it has been in the correct context in which it was intended…NOW we have a true case of separation of church and state, and yet no one is acknowledging it! The true context of the letter written to the Danbury Baptist Church by Thomas Jefferson:

    “Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between man and his God; that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship; that the legislative powers of the government reach actions only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should `make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,” thus building a wall of separation between church and State.”

    It was never intended that religion be kept out of government, but rather to keep government out of religion. The mandate in question is government forcing themselves on a religious organization. Nuff said.

  • bg

    ++

    Meema #89 March 3, 2012 at 6:30 pm

    Amen..

    ==

  • wanumba

    Sandra Fluke:

    “Georgetown LSRJ is here today because we’re so grateful that this regulation
    implements the nonpartisan, medical advice of the Institute of Medicine. I attend a
    Jesuit law school that does not provide contraception coverage in its student health
    plan.”
    :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

    All about forcing a Jesuit Catholic Institution to capitulate.

    Question:

    Did Fluke receive a political sponsorship or FAVORED status to award her tuition and fees to attend Georgetown expressly to be part of a coordinated political attack against Catholic Institutions?

  • wanumba

    Institute of Medicine is not non-partisan.

  • http://none tommy mc donnell

    so i guess we’re not going to have conscientious objectors in the united states anymore.

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  • The Elector of Saxony

    “Perhaps the Constitution does not say what you think it does. It’s only a few pages, you should read it.”

    I wouldn’t suggest that if I had no understanding of Constitutional Law, as you obviously do not. Every law passed by Congress must derive from a specific grant of power in the Constitution. None is in the preamble, by the way.

  • bg

    ++

    wanumba #91 March 3, 2012 at 6:52 pm

    posted that info yesterday.. 😀

    btw, there was an error in reporting the
    hanging of the Iranian pastor, he’s alive..

    ==

  • TheManCalledBob

    “This seems like a reasonable accommodation assuming only he, and not all of society, is enjoying the pleasure of her company.”

    Still looks like Socialism to me…

    HER body, HER choice,HER responsibility.” is the takeaway quote I’d like to see some time.

    I think it’s time both major political wings grasped this point. The taxpayer should not foot the costs of women’s reproductive choices,that is absurd, and you are quite right in saying so.However,it is just as absurd that an individual man, having no choice whatsoever in the matter, be asked to foot the bill for a woman’s choice. If conservatives can get us men a say in the reproductive process,I’ll be the first to pony up my due, but I’m not paying for a choice I legally am not allowed to make. That is not right,it is not constitutional,and it is un-American.

  • Jeffery

    #92

    Do you have evidence to support your notion that the Institute of Medicine (Nat Acad of Sciences) is partisan? Note that just because you disagree with their findings does not prove they are partisan. (Remember: The truth has a well known liberal bias.)

  • Jeffery

    Limbaugh was right to apologize.

    Do you think he meant it or does he really think Ms. Fluke is a slut and a prostitute?

  • Jeffery

    #47

    Thank you for making my point. Of course roads, Social Security, the Marines etc are Constitutional. And so is the ACA.

  • bg

    ++

    feel free to draw the logical conclusions, oh wait..

    ==

  • Lord Sandwich

    *84- get with the times. Acne is a bacterial infection . Anti biotics are used now. Takes a few tries at different drugs sometimes but it is the go.

    ReTinol is also good but it some birth defects a possibility if pregnant.

    Acne is a skin inflammation of the sebacious glands under the skin.

    But in your world do they give guy acne sufferers the pill? Yikes.

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  • that was easy

    how about close your legs?

    abstinence is free and works every time its used.

    Didn’t this twit get the put a condom on a carrot class the left is so fond of?

    and in a pinch, 2 drops of superglue will work strategically placed on the inside of the knees and quickly press them together for 30 seconds – problem solved.

    Oh – and the reason the left is flipping out, Rush was right.

    When is monica lewinski’s boyfriend going to apologize for his creative use of a tobacco product?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!??! – hmmmm guess I just stumbled onto another effective contraceptive device………

    the cigar……..

  • that was easy

    @ #99 March 3, 2012 at 11:19 pm
    Jeffery commented:

    Limbaugh was right to apologize.

    Do you think he meant it or does he really think Ms. Fluke is a slut and a prostitute?
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    She said what she said……. I believe her. She is a slut. and if ANYone is paying to support her, um, “problem” then yes, that would by definition, getting money for sex, make her a prostitute.

    I’d tell you to ask your wife or girlfriend if they think as monica lewinskys boyfriend so famously stated, what your definition of “is” is, but you more likely closer to mama being in her basement………

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  • The Elector of Saxony

    “Thank you for making my point. Of course roads, Social Security, the Marines etc are Constitutional. And so is the ACA.”

    It ain’t necessarily so, my poorly informed friend. I’d read a short primer on Commerce Clause jurisprudence. The Court may not strike the individual mandate, but it doesn’t make everything under the sun Constitutional. Read Justice Rehnquist’s fine opinion in US v Lopez before you assure yourself of the above assertion. It’s also a very clear and concise exposition of the Court’s Commerce Clause jurisprudence. The ACA is only Constitutional if you believe that there are no Constitutional checks on Congressional lawmaking but the ballot box. That is a scary proposition, even if you don’t really have the intellectual horsepower to understand what it means. So do yourself a favor and read Lopez and Morrison. Understand that Lopez (1995) was the first act struck down by the Court since 1937, and that the Court is ideologically balanced in about the same way as it was in 95.

  • snuggle53

    how’s this for cheap contraceptive ….an aspirin held tightly between the knees

  • wanumba

    SO, as the video dutifully notes in lawyerly disclaimer, that this implant will “not protect against STDs” of any sort.

    So, with free contraception, a woman’s chances of getting infected with a really really nasty and mortal if not treated disease like hepatitis, syphilus, gonnorhea, herpes, human pap virus and cervical cancer and or HIV/AIDS is EXPONENTIALLY higher.

    Medical costs that … insurance will have to cover, at much higher costs than actually having a baby and absolutely definitely higher than abstinence.

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  • Planters

    So here is one question I have not seen asked anywhere that would totally discredit her entire argument. Excuse me Ms. Fluke, what is your sexual orientation? Lets see she follows Rachel on twitter and is a 30 year old single women’s studies major…kinda makes you wonder now…

  • Chicago Nick

    This is funny and even funnier that they think so little of conservative writers, bloggers and so on that they wouldn’t even give credit that this could be debunked in seconds as it was. Good post.

    Why he apologized I don’t know. She is what she is and had he waited a week everything would be fine.

    They grabbed this to overshadow what they were anticipating from Breitbart before they offed him with a satellite guided death ray or something along those lines. Just too much coincidence there for me, and I HATE conspiracy theories. Even with his friends concurring his heart condition, until I see the medical reports finalized I don’t believe it and think they’ll be inconclusive which means ‘a hit’.

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  • ladynavigator

    I don’t know-I remember the IUD’s. They were sort of like obamacare. You had to try it to see what would happen. To see if you were allergic. They were killers in some instances. And they were dangerous for many other women. The medical field also told us we didn’t need red meat, that it caused all kinds of heart problems. That we didn’t need salt-but no iodine can open your body up to all sorts of problems-including cancer. And then they said we needed to drink enormous amounts of water every day-and now we find out that the water was washing all the good things out of our bodies.I no longer trust 100% of what the FDA or the CDC as they are owned by barack and his democrat friends..