Saturday, March 03, 2012

Sandra Is A Fluke...A Lie To Help Push Another Lie, While Piling On Rush Limbaugh To Distract

I only heard about her testimony after the fact, but so many people are making a big deal about Rush Limbaugh calling this Sandra Fluke a "slut" because she wants us to pay for her sex.

I guess people forgot Rush's axiom of "Illustrating Absurdity by Being Absurd." Provoking people to make them think.

I think the piling on Rush is stupid, and I'm not going to participate and aid fascistic groups like Media Mutters who want to take down opposing points of view. I think it's illustrative that a lot of these people who are attacking Rush didn't say a word when Sarah Palin was called a "twat" and "cunt" by vile comedian Bill Maher. ESPN excused hateful twitter comments by one employee, as well as two radio hosts who laughed as a convicted rapist made lewd comments about Palin on air.  Don't forget when liberal talk host "fat" Ed Schultz called Laura Ingraham a "right wing slut." He called her that not because she has lots of sex, but it was a quick, cheap and dirty insult to throw at a conservative woman.

For all the lies from demagogues like Nancy Pelosi, that vile Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and other liberals that Republicans are "anti-woman," let me channel my inner Breitbart and ask: Where were you liberal women when it came to denouncing and standing up for the women who were raped or sexually assaulted at the Occupy Squatter camps? That's right, you were silent.

Dana Loesch at Big Journalism, who had tweets sent to her recently by liberals wishing her rape, writes:

The Obama administration withered for several weeks under the intense criticism from Catholic leaders regarding the forced violation of religious liberty within the HHS mandate. In an effort to turn the tables, Democrats suggested that the GOP want to abridge women’s rights because Republicans expect women to obtain and pay for their own birth control. This afternoon John Boehner, Carly Fiorina, and Rick Santorum bravely provided cover for the President and the ridiculous narrative of “the war on women.”

...I've not heard a single Republican politician stand up to the media narrative on this. Instead of projecting surrogate modesty towards Fluke, they project it towards Limbaugh, who is calling the truth for what it is. Fluke, a 30 year-old (presented as a 23 year-old college coed by the media) women’s activist/professional student, is likely not having monogamous sex with the same man approximately 2.74 times a day, every day, for three straight years (in order to satisfy the calculations about which she felt confident enough to present during a congressional testimony). If she is, kudos! But promiscuity is not the hallmark of a virtuous woman. Is it Limbaugh’s fault for pointing it out or Fluke’s fault for the behavior? It’s a rhetorical question and the answer proved Limbaugh’s entire point.

The real war on women is being perpetuated upon us by our own sex; women who seek to place us under the control of a pimp-daddy government by demanding it cover all our needs, in exchange for control, or force private entities to do so in its stead.

For the record that crybaby wimp John Boehner threw the Tea Party under the bus when the Congressional Black Caucus accused the Tea Party of calling them in "n-word" in March 2010, even as video were beginning to come out casting doubt on that claim. I don't forget this stuff, Boehner! That coward needs the equivalent of George S. Patton to slap some manhood back into him. And I haven't forgotten all you Republican "gentlemen" who stood by and did nothing while Sarah Palin was being attacked in the most vile and uncivil ways.

But all this is part of The Big Lie, all meant to distract America from the abject failure of the Obama Regime and the Democrat Party.

First lie - Those mean Republicans want to take away contraception from women.

No one has proposed eliminating contraception. This is only coming up to force the Catholic Church and other religious institutions to provide this coverage against their conscience. As we saw on Thursday, liberal Democrats do not want to give religious institutions, hospitals this conscience clause. Thus, liberals, who lecture endlessly about "a wall of separation between church and state" have blown a hole in the wall, and now wants to tell churches they must do things against their conscience or beliefs. The state will now control the church.

The Big Lie - Sandra Fluke is a normal law student at Georgetown University who likes having a lot of sex and cannot afford the contraception, so we as a nation, must pay for her sex.

In the Rush to pile on Limbaugh, liberals are distracting from the background of this woman. She's not a 23 year old law student, she's a 30 year old who has been activist for reproductive rights. Moreover, her claims of expensive contraception don't add up, as Gateway Pundit explains.

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 that 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.

She probably thinks we still need to pay for it.

So, if we cannot use the term "slut" how about this term: "parasite?" This doesn't apply just to The Fluke either, but everyone who thinks hardworking taxpayers owe them something for nothing.

From "The Fountainhead" closing speech.

The creator stands on his own judgment; the parasite follows the opinions of others.

The creator thinks; the parasite copies.

The creator produces; the parasite loots.

The creator's concern is the conquest of nature; the parasite's concern is the conquest of men.

The creator requires independence. He neither serves nor rules. He deals with men by free exchange and voluntary choice.

The parasite seeks power. He wants to bind all men together in common action and common slavery. He claims that man is only a tool for the use of others -- that he must think as they think, act as they act, and live in selfless, joyless servitude to any need but his own.

Look at history: Everything we have, every great achievement has come from the independent work of some independent mind. Every horror and destruction came from attempts to force men into a herd of brainless, soulless robots -- without personal rights, without person ambition, without will, hope, or dignity.

It is an ancient conflict. It has another name: "The individual against the collective."

That's what this whole issue is about, besides distracting America in an election year from their failures, enslaving more people with the narcotic of dependency.

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