March 15, 2012 · By Bob Ellis · 19 Comments
You may recall that she went before congress a few weeks ago to testify that she was having so much sex that she needed $1,000 a year to pay for the contraceptives necessary to prevent the natural outcome of sexual intercourse. Being a law student at one of the nation’s most prestigious (if not expensive) universities left her and her fellow female law students with little or no cash to purchase contraceptives, we were told.
It was therefore necessary to quash the religious freedom of others using government coercion to force them to provide the contraceptives she and her fellow law school students could not afford–even though several investigative reports found that such contraceptives could be obtained for less than $10 a month within 3 miles or less of Georgetown University.
But now we learn that this deprived law school student is now off in Spain and Italy with her boyfriend (is she struggling to pay for contraceptives there, or do their socialist governments provide contraceptives to impoverished tourists?), doing things most working Americans (who pay for many of the things she wants to suck through the teat of government largess) can only dream of.
In reality, we once again see that we have been fed a line of bull by a Leftist who wants to force others to provide for them what they should (and could) be providing for themselves.
In fact, she could have a little charity (as her independent, non-government-teat-sucking forefathers had) and pay for the contraceptives of another or two of her “needy” fellow Georgetown University law students.
But no: it’s easier to trample someone else’s freedom than to provide for yourself or help your needy friends.
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