Sandra Who?

 

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Sandra Fluke, her 15 minutes of fame having elapsed, talked to ten people in Reno yesterday as part of the Obama campaign. Ten people?  In my small town of Dwight, Illinois I could have over a hundred people assemble to hear a speaker with three hours advance notice.   Give me a day’s advance notice and I could have over five hundred. 

 

This shows either lousy advance work on behalf of the Obama campaign, or, as I have always thought, the Fluke crusade to have someone else pay for contraceptives is of interest only to liberal elites and to virtually no one else.  Remember, she was a featured speaker at the Democrat Convention, has received endless national publicity, and she can only manage to draw fewer people than a car backfiring.

8 Responses to Sandra Who?

  • I wonder if Sandra Fluke is really happy. And yes, Rush Limbaugh was originally correct. She wants someone else – the tax payer, the Church, insurance companies, whoever – to pay for her to have consequence-less sex. That’s a whore by any sane definition, and like most whores in history, she ends up without notice, indeed, without even the notoriety that her sexual promiscuity should result it. Thus does history bury the immoral. I hope she repents. I hope her boy friends repent. I hope that we all repent. I am not guiltless of sexual sin in my past, and I doubt most people are.

  • The median 30 year-old Republican woman is educated, is married, has two children, and has a career.

    The notorious Ms. Fluke is 30 years old; still in school; and wants the government to pay for her birth control.

    Nothing to see here.

    Move along.

  • She is the Cindy Sheehan of this election cycle: she’s been used by the Democrats,
    and then discarded like a soiled kleenex.

    It seems Ms. Fluke is no stranger to that chain of events.

  • She want people to vote early?
    Yes, because the stercus is about to hit the fan for O’bummer, and his slice of the vote is on its way south.

  • It’s too bad that Limbaugh went overboard in his rhetoric about Fluke. His name-calling and subsequent apology overshadowed the fact about how clownish she and attention-seekers like her really are. It inflated her significance as a public person much like Monica Lewinsky. Both these women were suckered in to their bathetic roles. Only I have a feeling that, unlike Monica, Sandra will end up teaching at a university someday. Sort of like Anita Hill.

  • Did she pass the hat to get some money to pay for her birth control…..???? Was that sarcastic?

  • It inflated her significance as a public person much like Monica Lewinsky. Both these women were suckered in to their bathetic roles. Only I have a feeling that, unlike Monica, Sandra will end up teaching at a university someday. Sort of like Anita Hill.

    1. Lewinsky was (and one hopes no longer is) notable for her superficiality, comprehensive absence of discipline and discretion (sworn to secrecy she only told 11 people), and loose morals (in part a product of her mother’s inane interests and silly rearing). She never sought public attention in the first instance. She is not all that obtrusive now.

    2. Anita Hill has to know at some level that her academic career is a sham and an example of the collegiate apparatchiki’s racial patronage mill at work. She is 56. She cannot really fix her life at this point. (That a woman who has no background in quantitative social research was willing to seek out and accept a salary as a professor of ‘public policy’ is a piece of evidence that should retrospectively call into question her integrity).

    3. Sandra Fluke was not suckered. She sought out confrontation and attention. Someone who ponied up for Cornell University’s pricy lessons and then squandered it earning a degree in ‘women’s studies’ is not the most sagacious of individuals. It has been in for a dime, in for a dollar for her ever since. We can all hope, however, that she shuts her mouth and finds a serious vocation.

  • Wait a minute. Isn’t she the Contraceptive General of the War on Women? Ten is a crowd for her.

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