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Sandra Fluke: Women in America Are Silenced

dmusgrove Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 11:47 AM
Hmmm. Maybe if she was a mouthpiece she wouldn't need birth control. Just how credible is a 30 year old female who attends Georgetown Law (knowing the stance there on birth control), a women's rights activist, whines when her sexual activities are questioned, and then has the unmitigated gall to claim obama stands behind ALL women, ignoring Palin, Palin's underage daughter, Bachmann, and numerous other REPUBLICAN women. Then she infers that Romney turned his back on her (come to think of it, maybe I should have had Romney address the issue of stray dogs pooping in my yard). But the Won had her back! Like she was important and Won didn't see an opportunity to try to smear Limbaugh. But she thanks God (wait he wasn't on the platform)
dmusgrove Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 11:55 AM
Anyway, she got to dress up and look pretty, and attend a democratic convention (wonder who paid her expenses?). Next question is, did they have a bowl of condoms at the entrance? Free birth control!!!
Huskie Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 1:03 PM
I heard the condoms and pills were in gift bags for those to take when leaving the convention

Sandra Fluke, the woman who asked taxpayers to foot the bill for her birth control in February, just wrapped up her speech at the 2012 DNC. Her remarks were brief but typical, arguing a Romney presidency would set women back and leave women to die "preventable deaths in emergency rooms."

Fluke has become a center piece of the Obama campaign and is being used to represent women. She embraced a second term for President Obama saying, "In which our president stands with all women.”

But does President Obama really stand with "all women?" Fluke shot to fame after...