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Sandra Fluke: Women in America Are Silenced

Vicki68 Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 2:02 AM
I've noticed lately that Kirsten Powers's eyes appear to be opening and seeing the flagrant stupidity of the Democratic party today. Her comments about the ridiculous Fluke take her up another notch in my opinion. Yay Kirsten. Yay Katie!
DumpTheDems Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 2:14 AM

Ya, the Dems and their scaring people with their lies - terrible.

And talk about liars, oh boy, that Clinton was on stage lying like the dog he is - he's good at it - almost sounds convincing, and that is because he has been a lying dog for way too long.

He's even better than Owebummer with his blame and excuses, saying that poor Owebummer inherited a mess from the Republicans. BS - the Dems had the majorities in both houses of Congress from Jan. 2007, which Owebummer, Joke Biden, and Sillary Clinton were part of - they inherited their own mess.

DumpTheDems Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 2:14 AM

Funny how morons can't connect simple dots; here it is the Repubs only have the House, yet the Dems say they are responsible for what goes on today, yet take no responsibility when they had the House and the Senate, then had all 3 when Owebummer got in and super-sized the mess.
a Concerned American Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 7:33 AM
And even today, the Senate is in Democrat hands.
AWLHATTIN_OAK_ADDLE Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 2:06 AM
I noticed that lately, Kirsten has been quite a bit less strident.

Must be that Royal Asskickin' she took from Megan Kelly.

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...