Thursday, September 06, 2012

Hey Sandra the Fluke, Spare Me Your Phony Outrage

I didn't watch the Democrat Convention last night, but what I've heard and seen this morning should offend anyone who considers themselves a believer in American exceptionalism, and the principles that America was founded upon.

The fact that liberals have now openly expressed their contempt for God, and the state of Israel is enough of an offense. What followed was the usual Democrat attempts to make every day leading up to Election Day as Oct. 31, as well as a chorus line of Veruca Salts ("Give it to me NOW!").

The most prominent was the Democrat creation known as Sandra the Fluke. I poke fun at her ironic last name because she is far from the "private citizen" she makes herself out to be, and milks for public consumption.

Here's what she said last in, in referring to the controversy involving Rush Limbaugh earlier this year (Life News).

"In that America, your new president could be a man who stands by when a public figure tries to silence a private citizen with hateful slurs. Who won’t stand up to the slurs, or to any of the extreme, bigoted voices in his own party,” she claimed. “It would be an America in which you have a new vice president who co-sponsored a bill that would allow pregnant women to die preventable deaths in our emergency rooms."

Oh cry me a bleeping river! First of all, The Fluke was not a private citizen. Like Cindy Sheehan back in 2004, she was recruited by the Democrats for the sole purpose of being a face to whatever item on their extreme-far Left agenda they were using her for. In Sheehan's case, it was the Iraq War. In The Fluke's case, it was agitating for taxpayer funded contraception and abortion as a way to deflect from the Obama Regime's War on Christianity.

If you think I'm being harsh, think again. Private citizens don't have PR firms linked to the Regime representing them. This was all a set up.

Here's the hypocrisy. While the Fluke feins outrage over "hateful slurs," she was silent when conservative and Republican women like Sarah Palin, and her daugher Bristol, received hateful slurs from Obama's million dollar donor Bill Maher, including the words "cunt" and "twat"...which to a woman are the equivalent of using the n-word.

It doesn't stop at Palin. Others who have received such vile slurs and threats by liberals include Michelle Malkin, Dana Loesch, Ann Romney, S.E. Cupp, Nikki Haley and Mia Love, just to name a few. Neither of them received a phone call from the liberal's phony Messiah, Richard Milhous Obama, as The Fluke did.

Futhermore (in contrast to some Rush Limbaugh advertisers), the actor best known for having sexual relations with a pie on celluloid, Jason Biggs, sent sexist tweets about Mrs. Romney and Paul Ryan's wife Janna, as well as other vile tweets of a sexual nature. Adertisers are standing by childrens' network Nickelodeon, where Biggs appears, while the network asks him to "use better judgement."  That doesn't outrage The Fluke, nor members of the Democrat Party, who have the audacity to honor two "men" known for treating women like meat--Bill "Better Put Some Ice On That" Clinton and Ted "Lifeguard of Chappaquiddick" Kennedy.

As for slurs on private citizens, we've seen the Democrat Party at this convention, via "Dingy" Harry Reid and Clinton, attack groups of private citizens known as The Tea Party for daring to stand for limited government and fiscal restraint. Slick Willie and Obama have also been among the liberals in politics and media who have used the crude sexual slur "teabagger" against Tea Party members.

The Tea Party has even been called "un-American" by Stingy Hoyer and Nancy Pelosi, even the vicious DNC chair Debbie "Thunderlips" Wasserman-Schultz compared them to Nazis in the video below (starting at around 2:58).

Wasserman-Schultz also had the audacity to call women speakers at the Republican Convention who have risen to great heights as "window dressing," while content to make women appear as sex objects by demanding taxpayer funded contraception and abortion on demand.

And these liberals dare to lecture us about civility and hateful rhetoric?

So that's why I say, spare us your phony outrage, Ms. Fluke, especially when it's more important for you to take expensive vacations to Spain but you or your boyfriend are too cheap to pay $9 a month for birth control.

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