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It's Come to This: Sandra Fluke Nominated for Person of the Year

ZealousConscript Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 9:34 PM
Do you know why Sandra Fluke deserves to be person of the year? Because after catching Sh_t from crazy people, being shamed, ridiculed, had the words she spoke twisted, her cause used against her, she's stuck to her guns. Despite all the lies, mistruths, misquotes, personal attacks (some of which you can find on this very site) etc Ms. Fluke has stood by and kept arguing for what she believes in. And that takes courage. And Ms Pavlich, Sandra Fluke didn't ask Congress to cover her contraception. She asked her health insurance to do so, which she pays for, not the taxpayer. Get your facts right.
justme16 Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 6:02 PM
Why can't she pay for it herself? And since when are condoms part of HEALTH CARE um HEALTH INSURANCE MANDATES? And where does the federal government get off telling the American people what thye have to buy? Oh wait the shills on on the Supreme Court put on that dog and pony show now so dolts will blindly follow and accept without question...more dumbed down massed CONFORMING
aplourde Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 2:49 AM
no get your facts strait she is going to school in georgetown university, correct me if im wrong. she wants a religous school to pay for her "stuff". read constiution 1st amendment please.
Allen331 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 11:37 PM
Only thing in your BS post that was right was that the little floozy was indeed shamed . . . by her own self.

Since Time's gonna give her charity, maybe the Nobel board should toss a Peace Prize her way.
jalexander770 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 10:17 PM
Well if that's the case, Ms. Palin should be woman of the century!

Apparently in the year 2012 all you have to do to become nominated as TIME's Person of Year is throw away your dignity and beg your neighbors in front of Congress to pay for your sex life as a 30-year-old adult child. TIME asks readers, should Sandra Fluke be chosen as Person of the Year? Definitely? No way? Below is TIME's description:

As always, TIME's editors will choose the Person of the Year, but that doesn't mean readers shouldn't have their say. Cast your vote for the person you think most influenced the news this year...