1 Mar

Law student wants to be paid $3K by government to have sex

I should have gone to law school….

On Tuesday, Georgetown law student and “reproductive rights activist” Sandra Fluke testified before the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee to explain the obstacles female students face in acquiring birth control.

CNS News’ Craig Bannister reported that Fluke told the committee that it costs a female student $3,000 to have protected sex over a three-year stint in law school without insurance, and argued that there should be public assistance given to overcome that obstacle.

But according to Rush Limbaugh, if Fluke were given assistance from the government to have sex, she would in effect be getting paid to have sex.

“What does it say about the college co-ed [Sandra] Fluke, who goes before a congressional committee and essentially says she must be paid to have sex?” Limbaugh said. “What does that make her? It makes her a slut, right? It makes her a prostitute. She wants to be paid to have sex. She’s having so much sex she can’t afford the contraception. She wants you and me and the taxpayers to pay her to have sex. What does that make us? We’re the pimps — the johns. No, that’s right — pimp is not the right word.”

Limbaugh did backtrack somewhat after that proclamation.

“OK, so she’s not a slut,” Limbaugh said. “She’s round-heeled. I take it back.”

From Jeff Poor at the Daily Caller

       

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15 Responses to Law student wants to be paid $3K by government to have sex

  1. Nan G says: 1

    Not only is she loose & stupid, but she is also a bad shopper.

    Birth control pills can be purchased for as low as $9 per month at a pharmacy near Georgetown’s campus. According to an employee at the pharmacy in Washington, D.C.’s Target store, the pharmacy sells birth control pills–the generic versions of Ortho Tri-Cyclen and Ortho-Cyclen–for $9 per month. “That’s the price without insurance,” the Target employee said. Nine dollars is less than the price of two beers at a Georgetown bar.

    She wants $3,000/year.
    Birth control pills cost only $108/year.
    Maybe she ought to take that Econ 101 everybody talks about.

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  2. mathman says: 2

    I will happily provide birth control for about $1 per year.
    Buy one bottle of enteric (coated) aspirin.
    At all times have a few of these on your person.
    In case of emergency, place 1 (one) aspirin between your knees. Clamp your knees together to hold the pill.
    Presto!
    You are now protected from sex.

    Oh. That is not what you wanted? You wanted coitus without procreation? Sorry. Such activity is premeditated, and thus not insurable. The purpose of insurance is to provide for unexpected occurrences. Sigh.

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  3. johngalt says: 3

    What she wants, in truth, is to be free from responsibility. She wants to have the sex that can lead to pregnancy, but have someone else be financially responsible for both preventing the pregnancy in the first place, and, if she was to get pregnant, have that someone else be responsible for ending it.

    I love whiskey. The single malt stuff one gets from Scotland. I find it an enjoyable drink. However, I know that if I was to “enjoy” it too much, that unwanted things could happen. Such as; A much lighter wallet. Possible DUI. Liver damage. Other health issues related to drinking too much alcohol. Changes in behaviour leading to poor relationships with my wife, kids, friends. So, I moderate my drinking. It’s called being responsible for one’s own actions.

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  4. Common Sense says: 4

    Well said. Poor Rushbo is taking a beating on this one today. Seems the Democrat Idiots in the House still have no clue. Not worried though, Rush can hold his own.

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  5. bbartlog says: 5

    Getting suckered into more talk about contraception? And keeping it classy by attacking the woman’s morals rather than her misplaced sense of entitlement. Double lose. Let Santorum cover this if he wants to rise to the bait, but for everyone else I ‘d suggest ignoring it and going back to discussing the economy and the budget.

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  6. drjohn says: 6

    @bbartlog: She was begging for it. As Nan points out, birth control is nowhere near the money she was claiming she needed. So it does sound like compensation is also involved.

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  7. MataHarley says: 7

    bbart, I’d say that Santorum’s plummet in Michigan polls – from double digit lead to loss in the primary over just 10 days – is indicative of just how much of a loser this has proven to be for him. The dive started when this hit the news, and the more Santorum talked, the lower the numbers went.

    I guess passion must come with blindfolds….

    But I’d say that you and I, who have both expressed the off tangent path as a losing issue, are a minority here.

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  8. bbartlog says: 8

    @drjohn: Yes, it’s called a trap. Of course it looks tempting.

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  9. Budvarakbar says: 9

    @Nan G: A perfect illustration of our law school students –

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  10. blast says: 10

    I think it is good for candidates to say what is in their hearts and minds. It might lead to some not getting elected… but then again isn’t that good that is his being honest?

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  11. Liberal1 (objectivity) says: 11

    Maybe you should have listened to her testimony, instead of relying of ‘Rush-bo’ for your information. I used to listen to him just to hear what the enemy was saying during the Clinton Presidency. He made some degree of sense then—but anyone who listens to him now…. On this issue he sounds like a dirty old man whose not getting enough from his…what is it…his third wife now? He wants to watch college coeds perform sex act? I understand he was caught coming back from Costa Rica with 2900 male sexual enhancement pills.

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  12. johngalt says: 12

    @Liberal1 (objectivity):

    Actually, when you listen to her testimony, she wants to be paid for sex. Pure and simple. What does that say about someone who supports what she stated? What does that say about her? Do you support paying her for sex? And if yes, what does that make you? What does that make her?

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  13. Common Sense says: 13

    @Liberal1 (objectivity): What a loser you are my friend. What does Rush’s conduct have to do with it?? It’s like the blame Bush game. OK, little story. America had a President who on the job got a Hummer from an intern while he should have been working in the Whitehouse!! He still remained President and the Democrats messiah. Don’t give me the blame crap because it only exposes you for the wacho you are. The facts about this college coed remain in tact and what Rush said is accurate and exposes a very disgusting behavior by this chick. BTW she can get contraception, without insurance, for less than $110 a year. So asking for $3,000 reminds me of the $3,000 dollar light bulb our efficient government would pay if it were made by unions.

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  14. Mr. Irons says: 14

    Well scratch one less woman from the dating list for me, I don’t want to be in the same room with this coed. This sickens me greatly. 3,000 dollars? Really? How about not getting busy and focus on your degree? How about having some restraint and control and being responsible of your own actions?

    Oh wait, she’s asking for tax payers to allow her to live a lifestyle that carries very negative consequences but doesn’t want to deal with the ultimates of Life when dealing with the Birds and the Bees. 3,000 dollars? Really? If it costs her THAT much then she should seek to be sterlized if she doesn’t want children but wants to be highly active…

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  15. Anti-Socialist says: 15

    I wonder if her parents are proud of her? Proudly testifying for not just her need to have sex like a rabbit but, that everyone else has to pay for it. I listened to the actual “testimony” (agitprop / red herring / distraction) and was amazed at how much effort the modern liberal law school student MUST put into being a libertine.

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