March 4, 2012

byByron York Chief Political Correspondent
In this image made from Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 video provided by C-SPAN, Sandra Fluke, a third-year Georgetown University law student, testifies to Congress in Washington. Limbaugh drew fire Friday, March 2, 2012 from many directions for his depiction of Fluke as a "slut" because she testified before Congress about the need for contraceptive coverage. (AP Photo/C-SPAN)
Given the intensifying political fight over Rush Limbaugh's remarks about Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown University activist/law student who was not allowed to testify at a February 16 House hearing on the contraceptive mandate issue, the question arises: Why didn't Republicans just allow Fluke to testify?  The testimony she ended up giving at a Democrats-only meeting a few days later wasn't particularly compelling, and, had Fluke appeared before the full Oversight and Government Reform Committee, Republicans could have pretty easily challenged her positions.  Yet the GOP refused to allow Fluke to appear, and events have raced along since then.  So why not let Fluke speak?
"The Democrats played games with us the day before [the hearing]," says a Republican committee source.  "After days of asking for a witness, they waited until the last minute, the afternoon before the hearing.  They asked us to invite Rev. Barry Lynn [head of Americans United for Separation of Church and State] and Ms. Fluke.  We said we'll invite one, per standard procedure.  We formally invited Rev. Lynn, and the Democrats, at 4:30 pm, changed their mind and said they wanted Fluke.  We said too late.  They told Rev. Lynn not to show up the next day."
When the hearing took place, Democrats proceeded to clobber Republicans.  "Where are the women?" asked New York Rep. Carolyn Maloney as she looked at the all-male first panel for the hearing.  (Two women testified in the hearing's second panel, but Maloney and her fellow Democrats ignored that.)
Issa explained that Democrats had requested Barry Lynn, that Lynn was invited, and that Democrats then retracted the Lynn request.  As for Fluke, Issa said Republicans had never heard of the Democrats' last-minute choice.  "I asked our staff what is her background, what has she done," Issa said at the hearing.  "They did the usual that we do when we're not provided the three days and the forms to go with it. They did a Google search. They looked and found that she was, in fact, and is a college student who appears to have become energized over this issue and participated in approximately a 45-minute press conference…I cannot and will not arbitrarily take a majority or minority witness if they do not have the appropriate credentials, both for a hearing at the full committee of the U.S. House of Representatives and if we cannot vet them in a timely fashion." (Fluke is in fact a 30 year-old law student with an extensive history of activism in leftist causes.)
So the Fluke controversy was born.  In a letter to committee Democrats Friday, Issa said the "aspersions directed at Ms. Sandra Fluke made by radio show host Rush Limbaugh" were "inappropriate."  But Issa also accused Democrats of "failure to recognize your own contributions to the denigration of this discussion and attacks on people of religious faith."  Issa again explained his handling of the February 16 hearing, complaining that Democrats "have appeared outright giddy in attempting to distort the testimony offered and purpose of the hearing."
"All of you, even the minority members who walked out of the hearing before Dr. Laura Champion and Dr. Allison Garrett testified, knew very well that the rhetorical question, 'Where are the women?' and the claim that the hearing was somehow an assault on women was disingenuous and inflammatory," Issa wrote.
So Issa had his reasons for refusing to give Fluke a spot.  And indeed, as it turned out, she didn't have much to say.  The entire basis of her testimony to the Democratic Steering Committee the next week was that she had "a friend" who had a medical problem that required her to take birth control pills.  Georgetown's policy covers her friend's condition, Fluke said, but did not actually pay for the pills, which caused her friend to stop purchasing and taking the pills and, later, to suffer a medical emergency.  It was all pretty vague, and certainly wasn't expert testimony.
But then Limbaugh entered the picture and Democrats, including President Obama himself, jumped on the issue.  Could it have been avoided if Issa had allowed Fluke, an unqualified witness but one the Democrats wanted, to testify?  For Issa, it was a tough choice.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

The Sandra Fluke Condom Fund: Help a Georgetown Law Student Who Likes to Screw!

Feeling sorry for Sandra Fluke that she can't slut it up with every guy she wants on the Georgetown campus because she can't afford birth control, I have decided I wanted to help. I am proud to announce BBCW has entered the world or organized charity with a brand new non profit we call Condoms for Sandra.

Condoms for Sandra will ensure Sandra Fluke can have sex in a house, she can have sex near a mouse, she can have sex in a box, she can have sex with a fox, she can have sex in a car, she can have sex whereever you are, she can have sex in a tree, as long as she let's the taxpayers be.

She can have sex on a train, and let a guy rub her mane. She can have sex in the dark, even let out a bark. When she get's off the train, she can get laid in the rain. She might want to with a goat, or even on Bill Clinton's boat. Just as long as she doesn't dote--unconstitutional powers that just don't float.

Do make your donation today, so big government doesn't save her day. Send a box of rubbers to this law student who likes to screw.

Send your condom donations to:

President Sandra Fluke
c/o Law Students for Reproductive Justice
1730 Franklin Street - Suite 212
Oakland, CA 94612

Liberal Hypocrisy When it Comes to Using the Word "Slut"

Oh the world is in an uproar. Thirty year old Georgetown law student Sandra Flukes went in front of Congress claiming to have so much sex throughout the year that she can't afford birth control--despite Planned Parenthood, college campuses, and even high schools handing out free condoms and condoms are quite cheap at Walmart. Of course, those on the right had much fun at Flukes' expense as another ugly liberal woman is complaining about getting laid. It's always the ugly liberal woman that try to build their sex lives up to Wilt Chamberlain levels to promote their big government agendas.

In this case, Fluke thinks someone else should pay for her birth control so she can truly live without any responsibilities. She thinks the government should force people to pay for her birth control.

Since the obvious conclusion is she wants something of monetary value for sex, well you can see how easy the jokes came. Of course, as expected the left wing main stream media isn't laughing, but creating all the opportunities in the world to go after conservatives like Rush Limbaugh for suggesting Flukes has so much sex that she might find herself described as a "slut". Oh yes, the left is angry.

Where were these same lefties when David Letterman used the word against a woman.

Keith Olbermann doesn't seem upset over Letterman describing Sarah Palin's look as a "slutty flight attendant". Olbermann asks the question if it was appropriate, and while I haven't watched Olbermann in recent days, I can only imagine he isn't handling Rush Limbaugh's comments nearly as calm as he did in this example. If anything, the above video is Olbermann producing damage control for the liberal Letterman.

You Ain't Gettin' Sandra Fluke's Hot Body Until Someone Else Pays for Her Birth Control

"You aint' gettin' none of this until Barack and Nancy forces someone else to pay for my birth control. Until then, you just get a preview of the goods," Sandra Fluke to her last boyfriend Ralph.

Sandra Fluke's Past Shows History of Being a Community Organizer: President of the Law Students for Reproductive Justice.

The community organizer and chief quickly called Sandra Fluke yesterday to make sure she was okay. Fluke is the woman who claims she can't afford birth control although she goes to one of the top schools in the country--Georgetown. It could be Fluke may be an Obama plant to produce good political theater--which means you probably should be watching what Obama is doing as he trots Fluke on the stage in hopes conservatives will take the bait.

Sandra Fluke's past is quite interesting to say the least. She isn't just an average lose woman hoping to enjoy a crazed sex life. Nope, rather she is a woman with a resume of community organizing. See as Democrats try to create theater they got caught in a lie, but this isn't stopping Fluke from talking about suing Rush Limbaugh even though her testimony on the hill suffers credibility based on her age. She posed as a 23 year college student, but records show she is really 30. It her record gets better.

What Congress didn't tell you about was her activist past. Like I said, this isn't an ordinary college woman sexually frustrated because she can't afford birth control the rest of the year. It turns out she is a past president for Law Students for Reproductive Justice. That makes her one of those community agitators just like Obama. Then you have the phone call from Obama yesterday as reported by Andrea Mitchell, and this story gets a whole lot more interesting. This woman had an agenda not being reported by the mainstream media that goes far past wanting affordable birth control.

It doesn't just stop there. The Georgetown Law page highlights more of her activist resume.
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Sandra Fluke’s professional background in domestic violence and human trafficking began with Sanctuary for Families in New York City. There, she launched the agency’s pilot Program Evaluation Initiative. While at Sanctuary, she co-founded the New York Statewide Coalition for Fair Access to Family Court, which after a twenty-year stalemate, successfully advocated for legislation granting access to civil orders of protection for unmarried victims of domestic violence, including LGBTQ victims and teens. Sandra was also a member of the Manhattan Borough President’s Taskforce on Domestic Violence and numerous other New York City and New York State coalitions that successfully advocated for policy improvements impacting victims of domestic violence.

As the 2010 recipient of the Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles Fran Kandel Public Interest Grant, she researched, wrote, and produced an instructional film on how to apply for a domestic violence restraining order in pro per. She has also interned with the Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking; Polaris Project; Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County; Break the Cycle; the Domestic Violence Legal Empowerment and Appeals Project; NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund; Crime Victim and Sexual Assault Services; and the Human Services Coalition of Tompkins County.

Through Georgetown’s clinic programs, Sandra has proposed legislation based on fact-finding in Kenya regarding child trafficking for domestic work, and has represented victims of domestic violence in protection order cases. Sandra is the Development Editor of the Journal of Gender and the Law, and served as the President of Law Students for Reproductive Justice, and the Vice President of the Women’s Legal Alliance. In her first year, she also co-founded a campus committee addressing human trafficking. Cornell University awarded her a B. S. in Policy Analysis & Management, as well as Feminist, Gender, & Sexuality Studies in 2003.

Like I said, this isn't just a woman who can't afford birth control. She is playing the part of a woman who can't afford birth control with a history of community activism geared towards reproductive rights. As she plays this victim, clearly with a driven agenda she is talking about suing Rush Limbaugh for slander.
The Georgetown law student branded a “slut” by Rush Limbaugh may file a lawsuit against the conservative shock jock as he revs up his criticism against the woman who found herself at the center of the contraception coverage debate.

The possibility of a lawsuit, according to the Daily Beast, was first floated by Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) on Friday during a speech at New York Law School.

Perhaps, her testimony should be reviewed from her Congressional hearing to see if she misrepresented herself. If she did, perhaps we should make sure she never makes it to her Bar exam.

Just think, at age thirty, had Sandra Fluke gotten herself a real job rather than moonlight as a Georgetown Law School Student while community agitating, she might be able to afford the $6.47 pack of Trojans at the local Walmart.

Classy Claire...: Claire McCaskill Sends Out E-Mail Titled "Commie Babe Liberal and Slut"

You might want to check your junk e-mail folder if you haven't heard from Claire Mama Caskill in recent days. One might think Claire is pushing pornographic e-mail or adult Web sites in the latest e-mail to come from the Claire for US Senator campaign in Missouri since the E-mail comes with the subject title "Commie Babe Liberal Slut".

Nope, it's an attack against Rush Limbaugh. Obviously Claire thinks she has some Constitutional authority to force people to buy other people contraception. That should be no surprise. She thinks she has Constitutional authority to force you to purchase healthcare insurance through Obamacare citing the General Welfare Clause, and then when someone calls her on it through paid political ad, she points to evil special interest. As if we were going to forget Claire just robbed us from another freedom by pushing for the unconstitutional federal mandate. (If Claire would read Federalist 41, she would see she has taken the General Welfare Clause way out of context.)

Anyway, here's Claire McCaskill's pornographic sounding e-mail. Thankfully it did not contain any naked pictures of the Missouri Senator. I don't think I would have been able to keep my lunch down.