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Fluke Flunkies Flunk Basic Contraception…and Freedom

August 9, 2012   ·   By   ·   4 Comments

Flunking contraceptionRemember Georgetown University student and feminist activist Sandra Fluke who testified to congress that she was having so much sex that she needed the government to force others to surrender their religious liberty to pay for her $1,000-a-year contraception bill?

Well, she’s campaigning for The One, and Caleb Bonham of Revealing Politics interviewed some rally attenders about this important issue.

We get some real gems that pass for “pearls of wisdom” on the Left.

For example:

  •  The demand that government “stay out of our bedrooms”…in conjunction that the government pay for or mandate that others pay for contraceptive products we use in our bedrooms.
  • A lot of people don’t have the “privilege” of affording the $9 a month (or one trip to Hardees) for contraceptives (and apparently can’t use other even cheaper methods, and definitely can’t exercise self-control), so we have no choice but to trample the religious rights of others. Besides, people are starving in America because of the lack of government-funded/mandated contraception.

We must understand: it isn’t enough for the Left to demand the “right to boff whoever (or whatever) they want to boff whenever they want to boff it, but the American taxpayer must be forced to foot the bill for the right to boff without consequence.

Remember the commercial that used to say “A mind is a terrible thing to waste”? It still is.

With the proliferation of mindless liberalism in pop culture, we need one today that says, “Ignorance is dangerous…and being an idiot is dangerous to everyone around you.”

But being an idiot is so freeing, right?  It frees one from the burden of being encumbered by facts. It frees one from the burden of being responsible for one’s own needs and state of being. It frees one from the burden of being restrained from undermining the liberties of other people. It frees one from the guilt of having taken property from another person, and from having supported the trampling of other people’s liberties.

Being an idiot is a modern-day license to leech.

Now I see why being an idiot is so attractive to some people.

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Bob Ellis has been the owner of media company Dakota Voice, LLC since 2005. He is a 10-year veteran of the United States Air Force, a political writer for the past decade, and has been involved in numerous election and public policy campaigns for nearly 20 years, including a Tea Party leader and organizer since 2009. He lives in Rapid City, South Dakota with his wife and two children.
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  • DCM7

    “The right to boff”? That’s a new one.

  • thisoldspouse

    The stupidity burns. I can’t believe these drones made it to “adulthood.”

    • Carrie_K_Hutchens

      I have a real problem with the “irrational” aspect of it, too, which may or may not be akin to the stupidity of it all.

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