Sandra Fluke Controversy: A Well-Planned DNC Attack on Rome

12 Mar

Bill Sardi:

How much of a charade was the Sandra Fluke “affair?” To refresh a current controversy, a 30-year-old Georgetown University law student became infamous for 15 minutes when radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh called her a “slut” for demanding a Catholic university provide free birth control to poor women. But was that the bigger issue?

There were many charades going on when Sandra Fluke came into the public limelight.

First we had a Democratic Party committee meeting that was made up to look like a Congressional hearing.

Then we had a radio talk show host whose popularity is waning who wanted to put himself at the center of a political argument. He was reveling at the height of the imaginary controversy.

Then we had a Georgetown University student who is really a political activist who appears to have been planted at that university to undermine the Catholic church’s moral teachings by creating the false argument that poor women attending school there (how can you be poor and pay that tuition?) have to pay as much as $3000 during their college years for contraception (actually $9/month birth control pills are widely available and I think Planned Parenthood offers them at no charge for poor women).

Then we have a President who somehow catches wind of all this, and in between World War III breaking out in Iran, the world economies collapsing, starting with a failed bailout of Greece, and $5 gasoline prices, he has time to call Sandra Fluke and offer his support.

Looks like our Circus Clown-in-Chief Barack Hussein Obama has his priorities in check! Europe’s going to shit, Bibi is breathing down his neck, gas is going up, but put all that on hold! Some VD-laden feminist sluut got her feelings offended. Oh and she happens to be the main pawn in the Kulturkampf against Rome.

To learn more about how Democracy (doesn’t)work, read the rest over here:

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Posted by on March 12, 2012 in America, Brave New World Order, The Kulturkampf


7 responses to “Sandra Fluke Controversy: A Well-Planned DNC Attack on Rome

  1. Samson J.

    March 12, 2012 at 8:25 pm

    Looks like our Circus Clown-in-Chief Barack Hussein Obama has his priorities in check!

    It’s the kind of thing that is hard to believe

    The Rockwell article makes the very good point that “separation of church and state” was meant to keep the STATE out of the CHURCH’s business.

  2. Will S.

    March 12, 2012 at 11:29 pm

    Excellent piece by Bill Sardi there. Back when I used to read LRC regularly, I enjoyed his columns; I see he’s still as shrewd as ever in his analyses.

  3. Columnist

    March 14, 2012 at 7:31 am

    But population control IS a top priority to TPTB.

  4. Will S.

    March 16, 2012 at 12:02 pm

    Some twit has chimed in thus (held in moderation, and not going to be released):

    So does that mean Rush Limbaugh was in on it? Because if he wasn’t in on it and it was all some elaborate liberal plan, whoever devised it must have had dumb luck on their side since the plan would be completely dependent on Rush Limbaugh saying just the right thing. Oh and a phone call from the president doesn’t take up that much of his time. Don’t be ridiculous. Of course it’s a political maneuver by a president taking advantage of a fortuitous and completely coincidental event to pander to the female demographic and distract from other issues. What politician wouldn’t take advantage, it’d be stupid of them not to. Did this Sandra Fluke deliberately go to Georgetown University in order to stir up controversy? Probably, but unless Georgetown University wants to implement a new policy disallowing non-Jesuits and non-Catholics from attending then it has to respect the freedom of religion of it’s students and not force it’s dogma on the healthcare choices of the students. Did she artificially inflate or exaggerate the pricing of contraceptives, most likely. But that’s actually an argument for allowing the maximum amount of availability of contraceptives, since by preventing pregnancies and abortions it saves healthcare resources and money in the long run. Then again I could just be wrong, I admit I’m not god. But then again I could be right. Think for yourself.

    You admit yourself that Ms. Fluke was likely deliberately planted at Georgetown to stir up a controversy, but you nevertheless don’t see this as orchestrated in any way, purely because Rush Limbaugh’s reaction seems genuine and not likely scripted? Please. Even if, as is likely, that was the case, he’s only one part of the equation.

    Georgetown is not forcing its dogma on its students; they’re simply not paying for whatever choices they choose to make – and any non-Catholic students aren’t forced to be there; they’ve voluntarily paying to receive an education there; they can choose to attend somewhere else if they don’t like Georgetown’s not funding their choices. (However, Georgetown would be well within their rights to indeed choose to admit only Catholics; perhaps they’d do well to consider doing so…) Not funding someone’s choices, is not the same as imposing their values on someone. Except of course to an idiot entitlement-mentality liberal…

    You’re clearly an idiot, who can’t think or argue logically, and therefore not worth our time; we desire intelligent commenters, not twits who tell us to ‘think for yourself’, but are incapable of doing so themselves. Not welcome. Buh-bye.

  5. Svar

    March 16, 2012 at 12:16 pm

    Thank you, Will. I saw that shit in my inbox and I just chuckled. These twit-twats have no knowledge of Constitution that they’re now championing. You summed it up, so I see no need to lay it on.

    “Think for yourself”

    LOL, that’s cute. A leftist telling me to think for myself. This is what I have to say to you: Think.

  6. Will S.

    March 16, 2012 at 12:21 pm

    The pot calling the kettle black, once again. They are insufferable.


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