Empowerment: Dana Loesch, others destroy binders full of moochers swooning over ‘free’ contraceptives

Nice one! And with that, CNN contributor Dana Loesch was off and running. Well, tweeting. As Twitchy reported this morning, binders full of moochers were breathlessly tweeting thanks to President Sugar Daddy for the “free” birth control. Because, it’s totally empowering to tether your lady parts to Big Daddy Government. Plus, math is hard.

Bingo. Guess what isn’t “free?”

War on breathing. But, hey, “free” birth control.

Other conservative women continue to try to explain the facts of life to the woefully and wilfully ignorant.

Precisely. As Twitchy reported, President Obama has moved us forward to smaller paychecks. The non-deluded realize that, and even some Obama voters are suffering from buyers’ remorse. Sadly, too little, too late.

What dark magic is that?

Women who are truly empowered also fight back against the harmful veil of victimhood with which “feminists” try to shroud women.

Now that is empowerment, baby!

President Obama and his fellow travelers would rather enslave you, ladies. Remember that.

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  • sigh

    “effects one’s economic situation, you’re even dumber than most think”

    I love how they call someone dumb and can’t use the correct word “affects”.

    • ceemack

      Well said.

      But it’s also telling that they can’t figure out how one might control one’s “baby production” without birth control. Talk about dumb.

      As Baretta used to say, “Don’t do da crime if ya cain’t do da time.”

      And ya can take dat ta da bank.

  • sigh

    “effects one’s economic situation, you’re even dumber than most think”

    I love how they call someone dumb and can’t use the correct word “affects”.

  • ChampionCapua

    So, I should go to work every day in order to pay for your birth control so you don’t get pregnant, your abortion if you DO get pregnant and don’t want to have your baby, and I am obligated to fund your child’s welfare for years and years if you get pregnant and keep it. That about cover it?

    • irishgirl91

      forgot the college ed. you know we will have to pay for.

    • SpinMeNot

      Let us not forget that we also get to buy their meals and their 250 minutes of cell talk time.

  • ChampionCapua

    So, I should go to work every day in order to pay for your birth control so you don’t get pregnant, your abortion if you DO get pregnant and don’t want to have your baby, and I am obligated to fund your child’s welfare for years and years if you get pregnant and keep it. That about cover it?

  • Lord Foggybottom

    It’s like being on a really bad date; I lay out the money and then she goes home and has sex with another man.

    • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

      Viagra is also covered. Why doesn’t that make you mad as well?

      • Lord Foggybottom

        I guess I’d be mad if I needed Viagra too, but since I don’t you can be mad for the both of us.

      • orringtonmom (D)

        maybe b/c viagra is prescribed for an actual physical malady. didn’t realize that wanting to stay fetus free was an illness…

  • Lord Foggybottom

    It’s like being on a really bad date; I lay out the money and then she goes home and has sex with another man.

  • marcellucci

    I’m curious, how do the homosexuals feel about paying higher premiums and taxes to support the heterosexual lifestyle?

    • Lord Foggybottom

      Excellent question!

    • Lord Foggybottom

      Excellent question!

    • Tom Bannigan

      They will probably be sueing for trauma caused by this very issue.

      • BlueGood

        <<<biting tongue BIG TIME!!!!

      • Ken Alan Draper

        a community organiser should organise the gay community to protest this injustice, making gays pay for heterosexuals sex practices, it’s the heteros who should pay for the consequences of the gay lifestyle! (sarcastic)

    • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

      I don’t mind at all. My insurance premiums didn’t change. I don’t care one iota. You see, I don’t try to live other people’s lives for them. I live my own life.

      • Lady 12

        While we live our own lives but pay for other people’s lives.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Then renounce your citizenship.

      • lainer51

        i don’t want to live other people’s lives either, and that includes PAYING THEIR BILLS ! Wow, did you graduate high school?

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          You are not paying other people’s bills. You see, we live in a society. We pay into said society and the society takes care of the least of us. I don’t know if you know this, but our country went through a financial crisis not too long ago. Because of that, many people who were on the verge of poverty fell into poverty. Now, as we all struggle to right our economic woes, we have to help the ones who can’t help themselves. I am so sorry that you feel that helping people is against your religion or against your principles. I always thought Jesus said that what ever we do to the least of us, we do unto Him. Helping each other is the American way. If you don’t want to help people, then I am sure you can find a state like Arizona or Alabama to live in.

          • LordElrond09

            Oh god, not this ‘social contract’ crap. God knows how much this country spends on HUD, Food Stamps and all that. Way too many instances of 47% losers like Ms. ‘free Obama phone’ and that woman with the 10 kids who wants to know ‘who’s gonna pay for all this’. You have an obligation also to said society to at least pull SOME weight. And there are PLENTY of religious organizations out there, feeding homeless, fighting poverty. Just look at how much Mr. O’Reilly gives to charitable organizations, not to mention, Mitt Romney and a lot of others.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            Many of those religious organizations only serve people they deem “worthy” and not everyone. I am so sorry that you don’t want the government to help anyone. I for one don’t mind helping people less fortunate than myself.

          • Slapweasel

            “Many”… who, what, when, where, why?

            “Welfare” should be for the elderly, indigent and orphans. Your straw man who wants to help “no one” is ignorant. -He doesn’t exist.

            Government has NO PLACE using coercion to reward interest groups with unearned wealth.

          • thetreyman

            charity organizations have to vet who they are helping so they are not scammed by people who dont really need the help thus taking from people who do. that is not something done exclusively by religious charities. however the government “charities” are rife with fraud and waste.
            the social contract between the citizens is not to pay into the government to take care of people. it is to not infringe upon others rights to life, liberty and their pursuit of happiness and to be able to freely live yourself without coercion. in other words natures law and natural rights. the government doing the helping forces people to do something they may or may not do on their own. i think it also robs people of taking an interest and getting involved with their community because they say “well, i pay taxes for that”, and that is just sad. people should take a personal interest in helping others and not hand it off to some bureaucrat but i dont want to force people to do anything. encourage things like charity, but not force it.

          • $29137944

            Are you sure about that?

            While touting yourself to be very mindful of the needs of ALL your fellow citizens (as opposed to only the “worthy”), you’re dismissing one person after another in a very callous manner. It seems like you’re carrying yourself with a very rigid sense of right/wrong that’s manifesting in a hardline purge-oriented paradigm. In other words, you may care about everyone…except for the people that deserve to be purged from your world.

            If that’s the case, then you have a long way to go before you can claim to be a compassionate person. You should care for the welfare of others, even if they don’t agree with you. After all – you don’t want others to casually write you off, right?

          • http://twitter.com/crazytas1 ricci

            then by all means you should pay whatever you wish in the mean time get out of my life and my wallet, but then again show me in the constitution where it says the people should be required to take care of people who fail to or dont wish to try and take care of themselves. It is idiots such as you and all libs who feel we should all help everyone regardless but are so unwilling to lead with giving of their own and your statement ” many of those religious organizations only serve people they deem “worthy” and not everyone” shows your lack of knowledge on the real world, but hey i bet it makes you tingle all over telling those “righties” how they should give all they have. You, sir make a moron look smart

    • http://ITSPEOPLE.com/ Tantalus XVI

      hopefully we will get to see it play out right here on Twitchy, as well as Facebook and the Yahoo! comments section.

  • marcellucci

    I’m curious, how do the homosexuals feel about paying higher premiums and taxes to support the heterosexual lifestyle?

  • NRPax

    “Keep your laws off of my body but pay for what I choose to do to it.”

    afk…going to huff paint thinner until that makes sense.

    • http://www.theconservativevoices.com/ dmacleo

      don’t waste a huff on this.
      it will never make sense.

    • http://www.theconservativevoices.com/ dmacleo

      don’t waste a huff on this.
      it will never make sense.

    • Canadian in USA

      You’ll need the Costco size. (/sarc)

    • Canadian in USA

      You’ll need the Costco size. (/sarc)

    • http://twitter.com/MoueLaMoue Moue La Moue (D)

      I understand where you are coming from, but love your lungs. It will never make sense.

    • ceemack

      That comment brings new meaning to (and an explanation for the content of) “The Huffington Post”.

      • mike_in_kosovo

        I call it the “Huffingglue Post”

    • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

      Fat people who eat themselves to diabetes are what is bankrupting our health care system. Not birth control.

      • NRPax

        You are aware that there are other causes of diabetes aside from being obese, right? And I’ve never heard fat people screaming at the government for free food.

        And another major expense in health care are people going to the ER for every ache, pain and sniffle because they don’t want to budget out for their own health care plan.

      • http://www.facebook.com/lisa.dean.564 Lisa Dean

        Really? Eating yourself to diabetes? Do you have any medical background or do you just spew crap? And you are right about BC not bankrupting our health care system. But then again for those who can’t afford to give up $11 for 90 days of BC but expect someone else to pay for it planning isn’t their strong suite to begin with.

      • lainer51

        Really? God, you are a real genius… I work with a guy who is slim, trim and works out daily but guess what? he is diabetic, due to genetics….I know that is a big word but you can look it up in a dictionary, comes after the letter f and before the letter h

      • operanerd1986

        I know someone who has been very slender her whole life and still developed type 2 diabetes.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          I didn’t say it was the only way. It is merely the most common. Why are you people so angry?

          • Slapweasel

            “You People”?!?… ^^^RAAAAAACIST!!!111^^^

          • http://www.facebook.com/lisa.dean.564 Lisa Dean

            You stated “Fat people who eat themselves to diabetes are what’s bankrupting our health care system”. Making blanket statements like that is offending but then again I’m not surprised because it’s a tendency you lean towards quite often.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            I am sorry. My mother is pre-diabetic because of her diet. My sister ate herself into diabetes. I should have said that the fat people I know ate themselves into diabetes. Do you not realize that obesity is an epidemic in this country? People choose to eat crap and feed their kids crap and by the millions, we are all paying for it. Far more than the birth control that you are so worried about. So you can fake being offended by my wording while ignoring the facts that I presented, or you can realize that you are upset about the wrong thing here.

          • http://www.facebook.com/lisa.dean.564 Lisa Dean

            Don’t go there @twitter-18085291:disqus . Epidemic is something that’s contagious, either propagated or common sourced (choose better adjectives). You’re right with your statement that people choose to eat crap, it’s their choice. I’m more worried about taking care of myself and my family than someone who can’t take $11 away from their budget for 90 days to pay for BC. However, they can pay for cell phones, nails, Starbucks etc, it’s called priorities and obviously BC isn’t their first priority unless it’s paid for by someone else. I’m not faking the offence I’ve taken to your wording, I’m truly offended, especially after I learn that your Mom and Sister are affected by diabetes. I’m also offended that you would spread a rumor that they are eating themselves into diabetes. Maybe they do need to lose weight but what are you doing to offer them help, they are your family after all, besides guilt ridden tirades? I mean you’re the one who always claims that we should take care of others. Starting with your family is the best help you can offer someone. But since you’re into liberalism you want others to take care of you and your family but not do it yourself.

      • Cyrena

        Michael, I won’t disagree with your statement on eating yourself to diabetes, but I am going to change it:

        High risk behaviors are bankrupting our health care system and these include, but are not limited to:
        -promiscuous sex
        -unprotected sex
        -smoking
        -drinking
        -over-eating
        -eating poorly
        -starving yourself
        -over/under-exercising
        -drugs

        I could go on. But here’s the basic gist: People are no longer willing to take responsibility for themselves. THAT is the problem with our system. I don’t think one person on this forum would disagree that we have a societal responsibility to take care of those that CAN’T take care of themselves. It’s the people that WON’T take care of themselves that are making us angry. (YES, angry)

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          So how does trying to cut off all aid to the poor help end the abuse? Why not make aid agencies accountable rather than end all help?

          • Slapweasel

            …”all aid to the poor”.

            Straw men again?

          • Cyrena

            What exactly are you referring to? I don’t think you read my post, like, at all. This is the problem with the debate about social benefits. If a fiscal conservative advocates cutting ANY program, the words are twisted to mean we want to cut all programs for the poor. That’s just poor debate technique, bless your heart.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            You didn’t say cutting some programs. You said that people should take care of themselves. I apologize for assuming that meant cutting all social programs. It was implied by the tone of this article.

      • fivegreatkids

        It kills me to have to agree with Michael but he is correct on this one. First, I am TOTALLY against free birth control with MY money. I work in health care and obese people are costing us all billions of dollars in medicaid, medicare and “charity” care. I wish we could put a surtax on obesity or refuse welfare for those who are obese but ….. Truly though–obe$isty costs US money. Sad situation for all involved.

  • NRPax

    “Keep your laws off of my body but pay for what I choose to do to it.”

    afk…going to huff paint thinner until that makes sense.

  • Lord Foggybottom

    I like how Twitchy keeps deleting my comments. They have no problem posting tweets with all kinds of vulgarity, but when I crack a clean joke about a bad date (as I did on this article) or Al Roker pooping his pants they delete ’em. War on Foggybottom!

    • http://twitter.com/MoueLaMoue Moue La Moue (D)

      I saw your comment. It’s down below here. It wasn’t deleted. :)

      • Lord Foggybottom

        Weird. They’ve deleted quite a few previously, so I’m not being paranoid. Oh well, they probably weren’t all that clever or funny to begin with… 😛

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IQIGXRVWW5XRETNV25R4FATCOM ssenecal5000

          Be sure to refresh the page before looking for your comments.

          • Lord Foggybottom

            It didn’t show up for well over an hour, and it was preceded with an “this comment requires moderation” warning. I tell ya, I’m not seeing things!

  • Lord Foggybottom

    I like how Twitchy keeps deleting my comments. They have no problem posting tweets with all kinds of vulgarity, but when I crack a clean joke about a bad date (as I did on this article) or Al Roker pooping his pants they delete ’em. War on Foggybottom!

  • teresa

    Here’s the thing: *everybody* needs something– food, water, clothes, health care, housing, education, etc. However, just because everybody *needs* something doesn’t mean everybody is *entitled* to something. There has to be a payoff, an “I scratch-your-back, you scratch mine” arrangement. Hence the free market. Of course, that’s what the liberal mentality does not understand.

  • v1cious

    The contraception issue just further highlights why you guys are losing elections. Keep going.

    • http://ITSPEOPLE.com/ Tantalus XVI

      The best way to win an argument with a liberal is to let them win, give them everything they want. As the only way for a liberal to see the light is for them to experience the dark.

    • ProgTrog

      Oh noes,we’re going to lose some elections!! There’s a lot more at stake than just elections, and it isn’t “women’s rights”. Women have those firmly secured and have for a long time. What’s at stake is whether this country continues to function as the freest and wealthiest nation on earth or goes bankrupt and descends into a third world tribal modern jungle where people are eating each other for food and burning human glycerine from their victims for light and warmth.

      You,by your actions,are obviously aching for the latter.

      Personally, I got fux to give about an election. You’re living in a dream world. You’re going to be clapping yourself on the back about your “progressive” views on contraception right up until people start jumping out of windows again like they did in the ’30’s. Do you even care that you’re stealing money from people who can’t afford to feed themselves in order to give it to people who don’t even have to work for a living if they don’t want to because so many others in this society are willing to feed and house them?

      Is there a soul somewhere in that black hole of a mind you’ve got?

    • RightThinking1

      I’d rather be right than be a ‘winner’.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        Good. You won’t be winning any elections for quite some time.

        • RightThinking1

          You are probably correct…, I mean consider the run that Stalin had. Presumably you are not disturbed by the human misery, suffering and death brought about by him…, because, after all…, he was a ‘winner’.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            Um…Stalin is dead. And he didn’t rule America.

  • ceemack

    I wonder where having unprotected sex fits on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.

    • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

      See. Here is how insurance works. One person may have some specific needs that I don’t. We all pay in to the system though. I don’t go to the doctor very often. One of my coworkers has two kids and goes every week. We are on the same plan. See?

      • ProgTrog

        ” I don’t go to the doctor very often. One of my coworkers has two kids and goes every week. We are on the same plan. See?”

        That’s retarded.

        Here is how money works. You can keep more of it when you aren’t paying for your neighbor’s doctor addiction, or pain pill addiction,or Munchausen-by-proxy in progress

      • lainer51

        Yes, I “see” and your logic is stupid and has nothing to do with the birth control issue –
        See?

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Calling me names doesn’t change the fact that we all get different things from our health insurance. None of us are “paying for” any one thing that another person gets from their insurance. We all pay into the system and the system covers health care items.

          • Slapweasel

            *cough* ^^^Communism^^^ *cough*

            …I’ll bet you regret telling that woman a few posts earlier that no one wants to have sex with her, right?

            -Hello, pot. Meet Kettle.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            I merely posited a possible reason for her anger at another woman for having sex.

          • Slapweasel

            Her anger is not about someone else having sex. It is someone else paying for the arousal-to-results that miffs her.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            Well I don’t like that I have to pay higher premiums because fat people get heart disease from eating poor diets. Are we going to outlaw junk food?

      • lainer51

        Yes, I “see” and your logic is stupid and has nothing to do with the birth control issue –
        See?

    • sally1137

      I’m sure they see it as self-actualization, but the taxpayers are the ones being”actualized.”

  • Kenny Hitt

    Yaaay, I got Twitchy’d! 😀

    • grais

      You had the best tweet up there (out of many great ones).

      Quite a puzzle, innit?

    • mcarVA

      I like your comment Kenny, very witty.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IQIGXRVWW5XRETNV25R4FATCOM ssenecal5000

      It truly is the best comment displayed . I read it and thought “brilliant!” Great Stuff , Kenny

  • madian_kikyou

    These female make me ashamed to be a woman.

    • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

      Why? Because no one wants to have sex with you?

      • Slapweasel

        ^^^MISOGYNIST!!!111^^^

  • Justin Case

    This one is lost move on. If you stay focused on the missed pass on 2nd down you can’t convert on 3rd.

  • Cal

    I’ll pay for your birth control, if you make me a sammich.

  • http://twitter.com/MoueLaMoue Moue La Moue (D)

    I don’t want someone else to pay for my BC. Why? Because just as I would earn my own living, it is my responsibility to see to my own needs. It’s easy, really. When you’re firmly grounded in reality. I guess this proves that some … just aren’t so grounded.

    • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

      So let’s say that I have asthma. My health insurance covers my medicine for that. You don’t have asthma. Are you paying for my asthma medicine? No. You are having your insurance pay for what you need. I am having it pay for what I need. See?

      • Slapweasel

        Asthma = non-essential birth control. I’d hate to see your checkbook.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          It’s not equal. But the amount of money might be. See? I am not trying to equate conditions that people seek medical resources. I am merely equating the money used. I don’t need to pass moral judgement on people for their medical needs.

          • Slapweasel

            No. I don’t see. We should then pass a tax so we can all have guns because the drop in robberies allows homeowner insurance prices to fall.

            I don’t want you to pay for my guns. I would never even think to ask for it.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            Nevermind.

          • Serratoni

            The little tyrant will never understand. The new meaning of freedom is demanding something from another.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IQIGXRVWW5XRETNV25R4FATCOM ssenecal5000

    Dana should have tweeted “First dependent on a man, now dependent on The Man”
    Women Right!! Ugh! Lets Party likes it 1799!! Yeahhhh

  • lainer51

    give them what they want, just don’t let them reproduce!!!

  • jacksonjay

    Hey, my blood pressure needs some controlling! Cholesterol too! What are the odds?

  • http://Twitter.com/jkerrysforehead John Kerry’s Forehead

    Here’s a plan…stop fucking.

    • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

      Tell fat people to stop eating.

  • anjullyn

    Until the willfully ignorant understand by going to work that there is no such thing as GOVERNMENT MONEY..and that it’s all TAXPAYER MONEY subsidizing their rent, food, heat, medical and yes. birth control, nothing will change.

  • http://twitter.com/TheConMom The ConMom

    The new Double Dip: Watching a woman you know is on medicaid withdraw cash on her EBT to buy condoms.
    Sandra Fluke, are you paying attention?

  • http://twitter.com/TheConMom The ConMom

    The new Double Dip: Watching a woman you know is on medicaid withdraw cash on her EBT to buy condoms.
    Sandra Fluke, are you paying attention?

  • LordElrond09

    Best method of birth control…keep your legs closed. Otherwise, if you can’t do that, pay for your own damn birth control