Angela Morabito is a Georgetown University student – a University newly famous courtesy of “student club leader ” Sandra Fluke, representing Law School Reproductive Justice (LSRJ). Most of you know the story of Fluke’s “testimony” before the House Democrat Steering and Policy Committee, but if you missed it, read it here. Ms. Morabito sums up Fluke’s exposition on the sexual activity of Georgetown women by saying Sandra Fluke does not speak for her…
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UPDATE 3-7-12 12:30 p.m. CDT: About the word “slut”…
Or for Georgetown.
She doesn’t speak for those of us who worked hard to be able to choose to come to a great institution with a great tradition of faith and scholarship. She certainly can’t speak for the Jesuits who dedicated their lives to God and Education with a long established set of rules. There are only ten of them, and Ms. Fluke would do well to give them a quick read.
If she wants a more liberal sex life, she can go to Syracuse. (Syracuse, I must apologize – but we are in March and basketball matters – sorry you got caught up in this.)
Sandra doesn’t even speak for all skanks! She only speaks for the skanks who don’t want to take responsibility for their choices. That’s a tiny group of people. Hey Sandra! How about next Saturday night, you come hang out with me and my gay boyfriends! Your hair will look fabulous and you’ll get to see great musical theatre! Oh, and odds of you getting pregnant? Zero percent.
Even the oh-so-left HuffPo called Sandra out on her media sluttery: ”Fluke got the stage all to herself and was hailed as a hero by the crowd and Democratic lawmakers on the panel, all of whom rushed to appear on camera with her at the end. “Excuse me. I’d love to get a picture with our star,” Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) said as she pushed her way through the packed room to Fluke.” Star of what? Star of the bedroom sex tape? When did Georgetown Law start admitting Kardashians?
Sandra, we might be on the same campus, but we are not on the same planet.
Sandra told some sob stories about how contraception isn’t covered by the Jesuit institution we attend. (Maybe they don’t cover it because, you know, they’re a Jesuit institution. Religious freedom? Anyone? Bueller?)
A student group called Plan A H*yas for Choice staged a demonstration against the university health plan last year, duct taping their mouths and chaining themselves to the statue of Georgetown’s founder on the university’s front lawn. Then, a funny thing happened – nothing. We left them there. Now Sandra has chained herself to the sinking ship of Pelosi Liberalism. She will always be remembered as a Welfare Condom Queen…
Funny how the same side that cries “Get your rosaries off my ovaries” is the same side saying, “on second thought…please pay for me to have all the sex I want!” The people who espouse “pro-choice” “values” are the same people who say religious institutions have no right to choose. Source: The College Conservative – Angela Morabito
I missed the HuffPo piece. Who knew they could get it right?
In recent days, a law student of Georgetown, Sandra Fluke, offered her testimony regarding the proposed regulations by the Department of Health and Human Services before a group of members of Congress. She was respectful, sincere, and spoke with conviction. She provided a model of civil discourse. This expression of conscience was in the tradition of the deepest values we share as a people. One need not agree with her substantive position to support her right to respectful free expression. And yet, some of those who disagreed with her position – including Rush Limbaugh and commentators throughout the blogosphere and in various other media channels – responded with behavior that can only be described as misogynistic, vitriolic, and a misrepresentation of the position of our student. ~ John J. DeGioia, President Georgetown University
To Mr. DeGioia, what do you think constitutes Reproductive Justice? Don’t we have to ask what is civil about me paying for your/her/their birth control? Then there’s the issue of Fluke’s lie. She went before Congress saying that it costs Georgetown women $3000 for contraception during their 3 years in Law School. Ridiculous and a bald lie – a lie before Congress.
In the meantime, Obama called Sandra Fluke to make sure she’s doing okay and no doubt apologized for the rednecks who are shocked by the idea of “Reproductive Justice.” Rush Limbaugh has apologized for referring to her as a “slut.” He lost at least two sponsors, Carbonite Online Backup and Sleep Number Mattresses. Ed Schultz has not apologized for calling Laura Ingraham a “slut,” Bill Maher hasn’t apologized for calling Sarah Palin a “dumb twat,” and Obama didn’t call Ingraham or Palin to soothe their emotions with the weight of the presidency. The good news: no one died after the Fluke apology.