|Social Justice Lawyer Sandra Fluke|
My guess is that Sandra Fluke will never ever work a day in her life. After a seemingly never ending ‘Career’ in academia, she is now running for state senate in California, where, she will never work a day in her life unless she turns to gun running (now there’s good work if you can find it). The Flukester recently wrote a op-ed piece for column for the Washington Post were she shrills in her title “the Supreme Court, a potential catastrophe for women’s rights”
Yes a catastrophe if the American corporations win the pending Supreme Court case that would allow them to not fund 2 out of 47 options for birth control. Oh the humanity, how will women’s health ever recover from such a draconian verdict? Here is the first paragraph of her column (emphasis mine):
A pair of potentially catastrophic cases will be argued before the Supreme Court on Tuesday. These cases are brought by privately held, for-profit corporations that are arguing their religious convictions should preclude them from offering employees the health insurance required by law. Specifically, these private employers don’t want to allow their employees’ insurance to cover some forms of birth control because, contrary to medical and scientific evidence, they believe some birth control causes abortions.
She goes on to go from the ridiculous to simple hyperbole.
Depending on the court’s rulings, the cases’ outcomes could deny millions of women coverage of any or all forms of birth control, limiting women’s ability to control their reproductive health, plan their pregnancies and manage their lives.
Yes and the studies have shown this to be, er, not true. The truth is that More than 99% of women aged 15–44 who have ever had sexual intercourse have used at least one contraceptive method with the vast majority not asking their employer to pay for it! What Ms. Fluke is trying to say is that contraceptives are a woman’s right and should be subsidized by someone else. While the ultimate truth of the matter is, the act of sex is 99.999% an elective activity. By her argument, Is she suggesting that women cannot control their libido? Wait scratch that I don’t want to get into trouble like Governor Huckabee did.
The point is that Fluke is a liberal and being such, she cannot control her impulse to her intrinsic messianic delusion that she sees as her duty to force her views upon everyone, including those of us who don’t want it. Her ‘duty’ is purely imaginary and born out of vanity not public spirit. Her impulse isn’t altruism either it’s just her insatiable appetite to bend the public to her opinion.