Well, at least there’s plenty to laugh at today. Some smarty-pants Obama supporters are sighing with relief and it’s not just because their candidate won.

Finally — finally! — liberals have some assurance about where their next Tampax fix will come from. With President Lady Parts in the White House for another four years, American women will never suffer the fate ridiculed by Ace last month.

Libs took to Twitter to celebrate the defeat of Romney’s mythical plans for a nationwide ban on feminine hygiene products.

https://twitter.com/cracker_jax13/status/266148557722103808

https://twitter.com/autumnreiff/status/266126533733781505

One person lamented that she had already stockpiled tampons.

https://twitter.com/SEMiRAKORRiNE/status/266034728669421569

Hey, she should have read Twitchy and saved herself the trouble!

Meanwhile, other Obama supporters rejoiced that Mitt Romney won’t be able to laugh maniacally while outlawing all birth control. As if that was his plan.

Somehow, a few people managed to stock up on birth control despite the widely rumored inability of people to do so without a government sugar daddy.

Classy. Your “bitch” is one lucky gal to have you (and Big Daddy Government) looking out for her!

https://twitter.com/M0NayNay/status/266035268845441024

https://twitter.com/elle_yumi/status/266053927483625473

https://twitter.com/thas_am0r/status/266033777338368000

https://twitter.com/racheltilley15/status/266041384002260993

https://twitter.com/cmklocek/status/266032589234655233

Bless your precious hearts.

With Romney’s defeat, one thing is certain: liberal Twitter users will remain the gift that keeps on giving, no matter who occupies the Oval Office.

  • Yomama

    Speechless… unaware women could be so easily led. Wow.

    • bananafanafo

      My husband got up this morning “Honey they have always said WOMEN R DUMB, they prove it last night on the birth control over economy”

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      Yes, and 59% believe abortion should be legal…. /facepalm.

    • Abiss

      Ugly men could’ve told you that since the beginning of time. We sort of count on it.

      • Yomama

        Heh Heh… and we sort of let you think that. 😉

        • Abiss

          How YOU doin’…? :)

          • Yomama

            I’m kickin’ butt and takin’ names… with my work, that is. When you’re self-employed, you rarely give yourself a break.. :)

  • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

    ya know… they wouldn’t need all that birth control and plan b pills if they would stop spreading their legs to random guys. I know, I know… that’s a crazy notion. how DARE I expect women to respect themselves.

    • Yomama

      Even Pres. Clinton said regarding abortion that it should become more “rare” and not a primary form of birth control. No one is losing their right to it, just sad that it’s become the norm. And I blame both sides for this one. The left are generally okay with anyone, any age, partial birth, live birth, whatever. Then you have many on the right pushing their religious beliefs and trying to guilt women into giving birth. There is a balance in a less-than-perfect world. There really is.

    • flyoverpilgrim

      You beat me to it. I was thinking the same thing.Makes me embarrassed to be a woman, I tell you the truth.

    • flyoverpilgrim

      You beat me to it. I was thinking the same thing.Makes me embarrassed to be a woman, I tell you the truth.

    • Michelle

      I think the women from those tweets are utterly ridiculous and ignorant, but please don’t assume a woman on birth control is “spreading their legs to random guys” Women in long-term, monogamous relationships use birth control, too.

      • SturJen

        ‘Bout time you stopped playing house and get married then. One of the lamest things I’ve seen is women who refuse to get married because they’ve seen ‘bad marriages’ You MAKE the marriage, it don’t make you.

        • Michelle

          Holy Cow. You assume I’m not married. You assume I’m a single woman living with a man. And in your assumption I’m not married, you assume I’m anti-marriage because I’ve seen bad marriages . And all that because I point out that not all woman on birth control are sleeping around. Wow, just…wow. Reel yourself in.

          • Sol Robinson

            And just gonna pop my head in here and point out: that kind of thinking doesn’t exist on the left. Just saying: we don’t assume you are “living in sin” just because you happen to want to plan your family and your personal economy.

            Juuuuust saying.

          • http://twitter.com/mandita74 GreenEyedGal

            And just gonna pop my head in here and point out: that kind of thinking (supposedly) doesn’t exist on the left because the left don’t want any standards put on any behaviors. That way, they can do anything they want and it’s all cool, because they’re all so non-judgmental, man. Want to have multiple partners? Cool. Want taxpayers to pay for the consequences of poor choices? Right on! Want to live with someone (married or not) for one, five, ten years with someone, create children and then move on to the next partner? You gotta do what’s right for you (who gives a damn about the kids anyway? You’re happiness is what’s most important.) Want to say people should take responsibility for their own actions? How judgmental of you. Want to say people should be dedicated to their relationships even when they don’t feel like it because children in two parent households fare better? Dude, it’s none of your business so butt out.

            Yeah, you liberals are really for all kinds of behavior. Except behavior that espouses values and actions that hold people accountable for their actions, promote inner well-being and strong kids. You proggies are truly intolerant of THAT kind of behavior. How compassionate of you.

          • Sol Robinson

            Your bullshit would be more convincing if your morality wasn’t so horribly warped.

            Also, gay marriage. That is happening: your hilarious, bigoted thoughts?

          • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

            I’m curious… since you support gay marriage do you support, lets say… polygamy as well? love is love, right? “NO H8”, right? Also, before you label me as a “bigot”, know this… my opinion on gay marriage would most likely surprise you.

          • Sol Robinson

            I see no reason why people shouldn’t be allowed to do whatever they want with however many consenting adults.

            And only consenting adults.

          • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

            What about personal responsibility though? See, we (meaning ALL Americans) should not be forced to pay for the personal decisions that these consenting adults make. I understand the point you’re making, and I hope you can understand mine.

          • Sol Robinson

            Explain to me why birth control is something you don’t think is reasonable for insurance to cover. Why not? It is a huge medical concern for many women, who have insurance. That is a fact. And it DIRECTLY leads to less abortions. This should be something conservatives are jumping all over, and yet because you view these women as immoral, for having sex before marriage or for that matter having sex for pleasure and not for procreation, you vilify them.

            What about viagra? Why is that covered by insurance without any conservatives complaining?

          • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

            You honestly feel comfortable knowing that your tax dollars go to pay for birth control and abortions? I guess I have this “Utopian” vision in my head that people should all take personal responsibility for their choices, their lifestyle. If they feel the need to be on birth control, they should be paying for it. Maybe the real issue here is the drug companies and the astronomical cost of medication in general.

            Viagra isn’t covered by any government funded health insurance, and it shouldn’t be.

          • Sol Robinson

            The cost is a huge issue as well. If income inequality wasn’t such a problem, these things wouldn’t be necessary.

            And that isn’t the issue, because tax dollars AREN’T going for abortion, you guys won that battle a long time ago.

            And they aren’t going for birth control either. It is simply a mandate that private insurance companies cover it, like they do with other medical products like viagra.

          • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

            Tax dollars are right now, as we speak (and have been for a long time) paying for birth control. If you are on “welfare insurance” you do not pay a dime for birth control.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            Who gives a shit if birth control is subsidized? it’s been subsidized since Republican president Richard Nixon subsidized it through Planned Parenthood and Title X and not a word from anyone! I just cant understand the kind of petty mentality that is unnerved by something as inconsequential as this. Seriously dear, get a fucking life!

          • http://twitter.com/BlissDesignz Tabitha Taylor

            Um yes they are. Didn’t you hear the dems were going “all in” on abortion. They vow to remove any roadblocks / laws hindering it & pay for it. Right now tax dollars from Obama are going in mass to abortion mill Planned Parenthood. That started 4 years ago. In fact, Obamacare Subsidizes Abortions for Women Making $90,000. The women pay $1 copay. And religious institutions have to pay for all that, In fact, the plan B pill is being handed out to 13 year olds in schools now without parent’s knowledge thanks to Obamacare. Another service currently available (already kicked in) is sterilization without need of parental consent for kids over 11 in certain states.

          • Sol Robinson

            You DO know it is legal right?

            As for everything else, Planned parenthood doesn’t use that money to fund abortions, they use it for their other, incredibly important medical services, and please cite sources for your wildly hilarious claims.

          • http://twitter.com/BlissDesignz Tabitha Taylor

            Good grief you probably believed Obama’s bullsh*t when he said PP offered mammograms too right? And no NONE of them do. Simply put Planned Parenthood is an abortion mill that has a very small part of it’s business offering sterilization & very very few of their locations offer standard gynecology. .Over 85% of their money goes to abortion. But it shouldn’t be a surprise. Obama pays loads of foreign aid to other countries like China to fund forced abortion & population control. According to Obama & Planned Parenthood all laws decided by states prohibiting such things as partial birth & sex selective abortion should be removed. In my state the voters decided to stop abortion at 20 weeks. So Obama turns around & sues us for it. I’m sorry but our tax money shouldn’t have to fund baby slaughter. He’s an over the top abortion fanatic. Which wildly hilarious claims would you like a source to? Pro-Life groups know all about this stuff I shouldn’t have to spend all morning googling them for you so you’ll have to be more specific.

            Dem’s go all in for abortion? http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1012/82912.html

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            Bullshit. Ex girlfriend used PP for all kinds of gynecological issues and they are the ones who diagnosed her PCOS.

          • http://twitter.com/mandita74 GreenEyedGal

            Hey, people living in the South used that same “You DO know it is legal, right?” argument in defense of slavery. How very progressive of you! Just because it’s legal, doesn’t make it right.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            i dont think abortion is wrong so dont care if my tax dollars go toward it even though they dont as stated by Title X and the Hyde Amendment.

          • http://www.facebook.com/rakesh.blackwolf Rakesh Blackwolf

            This is so full of lies your head must spin. So ignorant.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            he asks about insurance covering birth control and you jump to “tax payers” who don’t pay for other people’s insurance policies. And far ere you this misinformed? there is no government funded insurane. Even under Obamacare you buy your own. second, if you’re so concerned about abortions then you would want to make birth control as accessible as possible. i find it hard to believe too that a woman doesnt know that birth control is used for other things besiudes preventing pregnancy and that even celibate women sometimes take the pill for medical reasons.

            Look, you cant cherry pick where taxes go. By that logic pacifists should loudly object to taxes going to defense but they don’t because they know national defense is necessary whether they agree with wars or not.

          • http://www.facebook.com/rakesh.blackwolf Rakesh Blackwolf

            TAX DOLLARS DON”T GO TOWARDS ABORTIONS! Why are you all so dense?!

          • http://twitter.com/BlissDesignz Tabitha Taylor

            The point is that Obamacare infringes on religious institutions freedom by mandating they pay for birth control & abortion on demand. The cost without them / us having to cover it is $9 / mo for the BC. Are you gonna say the woman is old enough to need it / have sex but she couldn’t afford $9 / mo. And that’s more important than the freedom of conscience for Catholic institutions & Christian people?

          • Sol Robinson

            Simply put, removing your falsehoods about abortion?

            Yes. By a wide margin. We aren’t in a theocracy lady, just because you believe something personally doesn’t mean you get to play by different rules.

          • http://twitter.com/BlissDesignz Tabitha Taylor

            Really. Well I was playing by the rules enshrined in our constitution that promise religious freedom / religious liberty. Churches & religious institutions shouldn’t have to be subjugated under Obamas tyranny. However, you obviously don’t give a sh!t about that just like Obama doesn’t.

            Falsehoods? Educate yourself.
            http://cnsnews.com/blog/terence-p-jeffrey/obamacare-subsidizes-abortions-women-making-90000

            How rich do you have to be in Barack Obama’s America to pay the whole tab for your own abortion? What about a divorced 38-year-old public school principal who has three children and earns $90,000 per year? Would she need to personally pay the full fare to have a doctor kill her fourth child while that child was still in her womb?

            Under Obamacare, the federal government will force taxpayers to help her buy insurance that pays for abortions.

            Back in March, the Obama administration published the 166-page regulation governing the establishment of Obamacare’s state health-insurance exchanges. A few weeks later, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) published a two-page analysis explaining what this regulation means for American taxpayers who do not want to pay for someone to kill a child.

            “Through their tax dollars all taxpayers will be forced to pay directly for other people’s abortions,” said the analysis. “Some will say this is technically not ‘tax funding of abortions,’ because the required surcharge will be a premium payment rather than a tax payment as such. But what the payment is called is less important than what it actually does.”

            The USCCB analysis explained: “The plans that include elective abortions must charge each enrollee an additional payment, to be used solely for elective abortions for anyone in the plan. The Act explicitly requires that the premiums paid on behalf of every man, woman and child in the plan must have this surcharge.”

            But the Obamacare regulation does not allow the insurers to reveal the amount of this abortion surcharge. “The insurer who covers elective abortions may list abortions in its usual summary of covered benefits, but may not take any further steps to warn enrollees that they are buying a plan with abortions,” said the USCCB analysis. “Moreover, even at the time of enrollment, they may not inform enrollees how much of their premium payment is to be separated out and used solely to pay for abortions.”

            Even taxpayers who refuse to buy a health insurance plan that covers abortions will be forced by the government to subsidize those who do.

            “These plans, including those which cover abortions without any limits, will be eligible for federal tax credit subsidies when the enrollee earns less than four times the federal poverty level,” the USCCB explained. “In all previous federal programs, including the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, such tax subsidies for overall plans that include elective abortions were forbidden by law.”

            Obamacare is not about transparency, it is about coercion — even to the point of coercing people to pay for taking innocent life.

            “While many private health plans now cover abortions, then, what is new about the Affordable Care Act is this: These plans will receive federal tax subsidies,” the USCCB concluded.

            So, who are the people who earn less than four times the federal poverty level and thus will get a subsidy from taxpayers to buy insurance covering abortions?

            This year the federal poverty level for a family of four is $23,050. Four times $23,050 is $92,200.

            Thus, if the Obamacare exchanges were operating today, a divorced 38-year-old public school principal with three children and a $90,000-per-year salary would be entitled to a tax subsidy to buy an insurance plan covering abortions.

            What kind of people will the federal government force to pay this subsidy?

            Here’s one possibility: A married mother of five working as a teacher at a Catholic school, earning a salary of $35,000 per year, and doing her best to teach her pupils and her own children that God gives every human being an inalienable right to life.

            Is it right and just and good for government to force one mother to help pay for another mother to kill her own child? No. It is just plain evil.

          • Sol Robinson

            Abortion is legal. Deal with it.

          • http://twitter.com/BlissDesignz Tabitha Taylor

            I deal with it just fine. What I have a problem with is PAYING FOR IT

          • redmike

            Maybe it will ease your mind a bit if you consider that the vast majority of those abortions are in liberal/pro-murder households.

          • http://www.facebook.com/rakesh.blackwolf Rakesh Blackwolf

            You people are so dumb, it is scary. Please, don’t ever vote or run for public office.

          • http://amandakmelson.wordpress.com/ GreenEyedGal

            Who said insurance shouldn’t cover birth control? GOVERNMENT shouldn’t cover birth control. Because GOVERNMENT doesn’t cover birth control. WE THE PEOPLE cover birth control. And I don’t want to pay for your birth control. I especially don’t want to pay for your abortion. You want an abortion? That’s on you. I can’t make you see the child living in its mother’s womb is the most vulnerable, most defenseless human being in the world because there are just some things you will never be able to comprehend unless your heart undergoes a radical transformation. But as I’ve said previously, I don’t have to condone it. AND I WON’T. Nor do I want to pay for it. However, since Uncle Sam grabs my money before I grab my money, I am forced to financially support the merciless, barbaric slaughter of the most defenseless people. This ignominy is a blight upon our country and we will be called to account for it.

            If birth control really reduced the number of abortions, why have 55,000,000 been performed since abortion was legalized in 1974? And it’s not because women don’t have access to birth control. If birth control was so effective, Planned Childlessness wouldn’t need funding for abortion.

            Having said all that, a pack of pills costs, at most $10 without insurance. You want them? You pay for them. Same goes for Viagra.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            What is it you think you’re paying for?

          • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

            What about personal responsibility though? See, we (meaning ALL Americans) should not be forced to pay for the personal decisions that these consenting adults make. I understand the point you’re making, and I hope you can understand mine.

          • http://twitter.com/mandita74 GreenEyedGal

            I don’t care what consenting adults do. That does not mean I have to condone it or pay for it. That includes women who have no respect for themselves, people who live together without being married, homosexuals, swingers, whatever. You have completely (purposely) missed the point that while you scream about how “tolerant” you proggies are, you’re completely intolerant of the idea that actions have consequences and TAXPAYERS shouldn’t be forced to bail people out of the consequences of their bad decisions, over and over and over again.

          • Sol Robinson

            Oy. My attempt to point out a difference in assumptions has turned into a massive… i’ll go with expression of disappointed anger. Peace

          • Sol Robinson

            I see no reason why people shouldn’t be allowed to do whatever they want with however many consenting adults.

            And only consenting adults.

          • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

            I’m curious… since you support gay marriage do you support, lets say… polygamy as well? love is love, right? “NO H8”, right? Also, before you label me as a “bigot”, know this… my opinion on gay marriage would most likely surprise you.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            It’s obvious she’s a judgmental prig who would have fit in perfectly in salem during the 1600’s. What she seems woefully ignorant of though is that when people homeschool their kinds due to religious convictions they turn into barely literate, anti-science, christian fundamentalists.

          • Sol Robinson

            Your bullshit would be more convincing if your morality wasn’t so horribly warped.

            Also, gay marriage. That is happening: your hilarious, bigoted thoughts?

        • http://www.facebook.com/rakesh.blackwolf Rakesh Blackwolf

          That is so incredibly ignorant…

      • Tel-Jonah Stern

        Yes of course. But I don’t many of these women are not single. And if they dumb enough to believe the tampon rumor…

      • http://twitter.com/mandita74 GreenEyedGal

        That’s not the kind of women Alicia’s post was speaking to. Sandra Fluke has made herself the poster child for free birth control. She’s not a woman in a long-term, monogamous relationship. She’s a lying, professional lobbying, attention seeking prostitute who has demanded taxpayers be responsible for her irresponsible behavior. Not only that, but she wants taxpayers to pay for the lifestyle choices of all females, especially when they engage in such irresponsible behavior.

        If you’re a woman in a long-term, monogamous relationship or a woman who has no respect for herself, taxpayers shouldn’t have to pay for your lifestyle choices!

        • Sol Robinson

          Except… she is in a long term monogamous relationship. With her fiance.

          • http://twitter.com/mandita74 GreenEyedGal

            Comprehension must be difficult for you. I said “If you’re a woman in a long-term, monogamous relationship OR a woman who has no respect for herself, TAXPAYERS SHOULDN’T HAVE TO PAY FOR YOUR LIFESTYLE.”

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            they aren’t which destroys your argument but you have yet to accept this and instead keep spouting the same lies.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            they aren’t which destroys your argument but you have yet to accept this and instead keep spouting the same lies.

        • Sol Robinson

          Except… she is in a long term monogamous relationship. With her fiance.

        • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

          I don’t know enough about Sandra Fluke’s personal life, but the fact remains “If you’re a woman in a long-term, monogamous relationship or a woman who has no respect for herself, taxpayers shouldn’t have to pay for your lifestyle choices!”

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            They don’t. Fluke’s advocacy was about women who worked for the Church or who went to catholic universities and were being denied by the Church contraception coverage on an insurance policy THEY PAID FOR because of the church’s antiquated and impractical moral stance on contraception. Unfortunately conservatives let their media gurus and pundits like malkin spin this into “free birth control at taxpayers expense” and you all ate it up even though those women were actually paying for health insurance.

        • Michelle

          GreenEyed, I didn’t get all that from the original comment – I didn’t read the stuff in between the lines, I read the black stuff…and it conveyed the message that women on birth control are “spreading their legs to random guys” and I simply pointed out that not all women on birth control are doing that, so let’s not assume. Even married women are on birth control and aren’t “spreading their legs to random guys.” Alicia has since clarified herself, and explained the issue is free birth control – I agree with that, my tax money shouldn’t be providing free birth control. But I don’t assume that those who use birth control lack self-respect or “spread their legs” for anyone. I don’t make the connection that women on birth control who aren’t married are loose wh*res. That’s a bit exteme – that was my point.

          • http://twitter.com/mandita74 GreenEyedGal

            Michelle, we’re all on the same team here. All I was saying is that the type of person Alicia was talking about wasn’t the ones you were talking about. If she was, her post would have been extreme indeed. There IS a problem in this country today with the attitude that anything goes when it comes to your sex life. On top of that, taxpayers are supposed to fund it. Sandra Fluke is the example I used of the type of person Alicia is talking about. No responsibility, no consequences all the way. And my final point was whether you’re in a monogamous relationship, have several partners a day/night, or are somewhere in between, taxpayers shouldn’t be responsible for your lifestyle choices. And to that, I think we can all say we’re in agreement.

          • Michelle

            Well, again and for the last time – the original comment, the one to which I replied, mentions nothing about the funding for birth control, but does seem to pass judgment on women who use birth control – “spreading their legs”. I was addressing what was written, not what might have possibly been meant. I can be against free birth control without passing judgment on the women who use birth control and assume they “spread their legs” for any “random guy” As for same “team” I’m not on any “team”, I’m an American who wants what is best for my country. Have a good day.

          • http://twitter.com/mandita74 GreenEyedGal

            Wow! We’re not on the same team. I read the tweets in this post and so did Alicia. And she wasn’t talking about women in monogamous relationships. She was talking about the ones spreading their legs to anyone who comes along. She’s talking about the women who tweeted about their vaginas, uteri and periods – and I saw your post about how you’re happy your mother raised you to be classier than that. She’s talking about the whole “give me” mentality that is so prevalent today. It’s really all part and parcel of the same problem. That you tried to make it about something that wasn’t says more about you than anything else. If you were an American who wanted what’s best for her country, you wouldn’t be so eager to be offended by posts that either aren’t about you or state you’re on the same “team”.

          • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

            Were we (Green and I) called “typical, self-righteous, right wing idiots”? oh my. I’m going to yell extra loud at those abortionists while clinging to my bible and my gun. Maybe i’ll go join those folks at Westboro.Baptist Church. I bet since i’m such a typical, self-righteous, right wing idiot Fred, Shirley and I will get along juuuuuuust dandy. oy vey…

          • http://twitter.com/mandita74 GreenEyedGal

            We were. Because that’s what we do, right? We yell extra loud at those abortionists while clinging to our Bibles and guns. (I can’t help but roll my eyes while I’m typing this.) The attacks are merely a way to divert attention from the truth: There is a very permissive attitude toward sex pervasive in our country. If people respected themselves more, understood the value of their bodies and the act of sex, they wouldn’t be demanding taxpayers pay for their birth control and abortions.

            I don’t care if I AM called a “typical, self-righteous, right wing idiot”. What do the opinions of those without values mean to me? Absolutely nothing. I have a firm foundation, a solid rock on which to base my opinions and my behavior. My beliefs won’t change with every shift of the wind. The longer I live, the more I understand that God did not give us instructions for right behavior because he is a party pooper and doesn’t want us to have any fun. He gave us the instructions he gave because he loves us and doesn’t want us to hurt ourselves. Rebellious spirits will necessarily rebel at such a statement. But any parent can attest, you don’t tell your child not to touch the burner on the stove because you don’t want your kid to have fun. You tell them not to touch the burner on the stove because you don’t want them to burn themselves.

            So let them name call all they want. I’ll not be bullied into silence. I’ll keep speaking truth. I’m sure you will too.

          • http://twitter.com/mandita74 GreenEyedGal

            Just to be clear, sorry I mistook you for someone with values who just misunderstood what was being said. My mistake.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            Dont mind her, shes your typical self righteous, right wing idiot.

          • Michelle

            😉 already figured that out.

          • Michelle

            😉 already figured that out.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            Dont mind her, shes your typical self righteous, right wing idiot.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            No, taxpayers were not funding it since Flukes advocacy was about private insurance plans partially paid for by the catholic church for their employees or for students at their affiliated universities which fluke is one since she attends georgetown.

          • http://twitter.com/mandita74 GreenEyedGal

            It was about Obamacare. The Church doesn’t have to support the lifestyle choices of its employees. Obama wants them and anyone else with moral qualms to be forced to. Sandra Fluke’s campaign was all about twisting Church’s arm. And it gave Fluke a bad name. You proggies can’t stand it that life demands you pay to play.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            I love it, “lifestyle” choices and all implies when people like you say it. You mean couples who enjoy having sex and dont want children? FOR SHAME! Im guessing you’re a pro life zealot who supported neanderthals like Todd Akin and Richard “rape is God’s will” murdock. And again, because obviously you are a bit dense, these women are paying and it is the church who wants to deny contraception as part of that plan. Twisting the church’s arm didnt give fluke a bad name. The church’s is already mud since they orchestrated an organized cover up of child sex abuse. Sorry but the church making moral judgments rings even more hollow than you making intellectual judgments.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            I love it, “lifestyle” choices and all implies when people like you say it. You mean couples who enjoy having sex and dont want children? FOR SHAME! Im guessing you’re a pro life zealot who supported neanderthals like Todd Akin and Richard “rape is God’s will” murdock. And again, because obviously you are a bit dense, these women are paying and it is the church who wants to deny contraception as part of that plan. Twisting the church’s arm didnt give fluke a bad name. The church’s is already mud since they orchestrated an organized cover up of child sex abuse. Sorry but the church making moral judgments rings even more hollow than you making intellectual judgments.

          • http://www.facebook.com/rakesh.blackwolf Rakesh Blackwolf

            Yeah, this was before Obamacare. Smooth.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            Other people’s personal lives are none of your business. You busy body puritans just cant wait to put the scarlett letter on someone.

          • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

            I’m not very good at getting my point across on the internet, but i’m amazing at doing it in person. Thank you for clearing things up for me. And Michelle, again, I’m sorry for not being more clear. Now… group hug :)

        • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

          Uh, no…it’s amazing that conservatives still think that Fluke’s testimony and advocacy was about ‘free birth control”. You can get free birth control at any Planned Parenthood or women’s health clinic. The debate was about the catholic church covering contraception as part of their female employees existing insurance policies which they refused to do because of moral reasons but Obamacare mandates. Fluke is a law student at Georgetown(a jesuit university) and they wont cover birth control as part of her insurance plan either. It’s amazing that cons think that liberals are low information voters when every time they talk about Fluke they get it 100% wrong and the story has been out there for months. never underestimate the power of the big lie which was used by conservatives to slut shame fluke and delegitimize her while distracting their own female supporters.

          • http://twitter.com/mandita74 GreenEyedGal

            Hey John, if you can get free birth control at any Planned Parenthood or women’s health clinic, why is it necessary for the Catholic Church to cover it? Especially when it is in direct contradiction to the teaching of the Church. If you work for a Catholic church or university and want birth control, pay for it yourself, go to the women’s clinic and get it. No one is stopping you. If it offends you that the Catholic Church does not offer birth control with insurance coverage, don’t work there. Sandra Fluke was all about forcing the Church and taxpayers to pay for things they are against on moral grounds. No one has to “delegitimize” her. She did that all by herself. She is the one who distracts female voters, insisting their vagina is so much more important than, what? 8% unemployment? Four Americans dead in Benghazi while the State Department and Situation Room watched? American drones in international airspace fired on by Iranian drones on November 1? Nah, making taxpayers fork over money for birth control, abortions and big bird is SOOOO much more important.

            Run along, progressive troll.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

            Why should they have to go to a clinic when they pay for health insurance? The Church is denying them full coverage over their antiquated beliefs about contraception even if the woman in question does not share said beliefs which the majority of catholic women do not. again, you keep saying “tax payers”. there are no tax payers in this equation, unless of course the Church doesnt pay their birth control bill for their employees and instead sends them to a free clinic which has subsidized contraception. Go work somewhere else is not an answer either. its easier for the church to enter the modern world and respect their female employees and students. it’s only cons that see this as Fluke “putting her vagina first’ rational people do not see it that way.

            And see what happened here, you cant present a rational argument so you had to start going into side issues which are irrelvant to what we are talking about and then end it with “run along progressive troll” I’ll take all that as i won this debate and you have no way to defend the church in this situation.

            Second, you’re bringing up this Presidents foreign policy issues when I guarantee you supported W all through the Iraq war which was built on lies since day one and got 5k americans killed, tens of thousands wounded and hundreds of thousands iraqi’s dead not to mention cost 3 trillion dollars by the end. Youre really comparing that to an attack on an embassy where 4 people died? Righties have no credibility when it comes to foreign policy anymore especially when the current President has taken out more of the al queda hierarchy than the last one including Bin Laden

          • Paul

            John stop trying to look smart because your failing!! Anything with the word free in front of it means tax payer funded. Planned Parenthood is subsidized by taxpayer money. Sandra Flukes’ argument that religious organizations should go against their own beliefs to pay for birth control is a subset to the main argument that government should not be funding birth control. People should take responsibility for their own lives. Is that concept to hard for you to understand? Does a trillion dollar deficit mean anything to you? Basic economics principles are apparently too hard for liberals to understand.

      • http://twitter.com/mandita74 GreenEyedGal

        That’s not the kind of women Alicia’s post was speaking to. Sandra Fluke has made herself the poster child for free birth control. She’s not a woman in a long-term, monogamous relationship. She’s a lying, professional lobbying, attention seeking prostitute who has demanded taxpayers be responsible for her irresponsible behavior. Not only that, but she wants taxpayers to pay for the lifestyle choices of all females, especially when they engage in such irresponsible behavior.

        If you’re a woman in a long-term, monogamous relationship or a woman who has no respect for herself, taxpayers shouldn’t have to pay for your lifestyle choices!

      • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

        I was making a general statement, I didn’t mean to offend. I do support birth control, what I do not support is women disrespecting themselves. I hope I cleared all of that up.

        • Michelle

          You’re clear Alicia and didn’t offend. I was just making a point that just because a woman is on birth control (or as indicated by the tweets above – hoarding it) that doesn’t automatically mean she spreads her legs for random guys. Free, subsidized or however paid for birth control is a totally different discussion. In my 20’s and 30’s, I was on birth control and I didn’t sleep with random guys. We’re on the same page, it’s all good.

      • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

        I was making a general statement, I didn’t mean to offend. I do support birth control, what I do not support is women disrespecting themselves. I hope I cleared all of that up.

      • http://www.facebook.com/rakesh.blackwolf Rakesh Blackwolf

        I think a lot of people here are utterly ridiculous for not getting this running joke. It really doesn’t take much to see that, I don’t know, maybe there is a pattern?

        • Michelle

          It actually wasn’t a running joke. It may have been started as a joke by someone, somewhere on the Interwebz….but the young ignorant women on Twitter absolutely and completely believed it. Just as black folks really truly believed Romney was going to ban food stamps and hair weaves. If you’d been following this “story” all along for the past few weeks, you’d know that.

    • http://www.facebook.com/rakesh.blackwolf Rakesh Blackwolf

      How dare I expect you to be intelligent… Accidents happen, for one. Two, birth control helps a woman’s body more than just blocking babies. Three, yes, because every woman using it is a slut. Congrats on making the list of underinformed women that give the rest of them a bad name.

  • JRu4Life

    What a sad, sad commentary. Easy to see how Obamao “won” again. If all people are worried about is being able to screw we’re done.

  • AWomaninTX

    I know this is going to sound (read) very naive but is America truly this stupid? Please tell me those were all jokes. I never heard of the tampon rumor.

    • Kate Cummins

      I’m sorry to say but yes, half of America really IS this stupid.

      • TJCrane_NCC1701

        But they’ll find out real soon that they’re just as doomed as the rest of us.

      • Rusty Jewell

        The answer to that question is yes. They are dumb & uninformed and chose to stay uninformed. Until they figure it out…

      • Guest

        Just not the half that you are a part of, surely! Nothing says delusional like assuming only you are right and everyone else is wrong

        • SturJen

          Well if you are the 1/2 who HONESTLY think that some President is going to take away their tampons and birth control, then you are delusional in assuming you are right.
          Grow a flipping brain. THINK with that thing in between our ears! Do you really think that is going to happen!?!? OMFG you’d have to be the most moronic idiot ever born!! THINK!!!!! It’s past common sense, it’s past even simple knowledge. The President would never do that because it would be flipping moronic to do so!
          But there you are…pretending you’ve got brain cell-one in that noggin. Pretending you’re soooo smart, freaking out because someone said something somewhere and you BELIEVED them!

        • Mickey James

          Isn’t this what the left believes?

        • Abiss

          LOL. Okay – which of the above tweets was yours? I HAVE to know now. #onpinsandneedles

  • comfypaws

    hard to believe these women actually think like this … all this time I thought women were intelligent and competent

    • Dee

      As a woman, I honestly say I don’t care if you take away my right to vote – if it means none of these idiots can vote!

    • Guest

      Oh, because a small sample of idiots on twitter means *women* are not “intelligent and competent.” Better go home and gave the old lady a smack on the rear to make a sandwich after she is done doing laundry, right?

      • SturJen

        According to the polls, 65% of single women are exactly THAT STUPID. 65% is more than a ‘small sample’. 65% of single women believed that Romney was going to take away their exalted birth control and ZOMG! How can we fluke without them?!?!

        Stupid is as stupid does. If the Catholic Church got to enact the conscience clause in the HHCS mandate, you want to know what would happen to these single ladies’ vaunted bc pills? NOTHING. NOT A THING! Catholics wanted to be able to buy insurance that did not cover birth control pills. That’s it. But as usual, stupid idiotic females stopped thinking right after that

        Yes, this has turned into a rant. but after hearing every idiotic, dumb, stupid, moronic, vacant, bubble-headed woman believe some of the most painfully obvious lies ever created, it’s about time I rant on them

        They make me ashamed to be female.

        • JR48

          That pretty much explains it. I’m also female, and this thread makes me ashamed of my gender. IQs like speedbumps.

          This was about PAYING for people’s birth control by those who have a religious objection for the service that THEY were providing. Catholic based employers. A religious freedom issue, NOT a birth control issue.

          But the tampon rumour boggles the mind. That would be like paying for someone’s toilet paper. Are they really that stupid and incompetant? Why yes, yes they are. Unfortunately, they vote.

          And if you can afford a cell phone, you can afford to go to Wally World and drop 9 bucks a month on bcps. If the government is to stay out of a liberal’s uterus, why do they want the government to pay for what goes on IN their uterus?

          That’s pretty much like teenagers that say “GET OUT OF MY LIFE!…but can you give me 20 bucks and drive me to the mall?”

          • JR48

            And let me add for the completely misinformed. NO ONE wanted to take away anyone’s birth control. No one was discussing it, no one was debating it, it wasn’t on any platform. Instead it was the Obama Administration who was forcing the Catholic Church to ADD it to their healthcare plans. The Catholic Church said ‘no we don’t want to do this, it’s against our religion’. Thazzit.

            And the tampon rumour was completely and utterly made up by whatever idiot made it up.

          • Abiss

            “That would be like paying for someone’s toilet paper.”
            HEY! STFU! They don’t need any idea’s from YOU! Next thing you know they’ll be all ‘2016: Vote democrat and save your ass!’ and stuff.
            😉

          • Vennoye

            You know, you really have to work hard to be that uninformed in the information age!!

    • Michelle

      I’m intelligent and competent. Please don’t paint us all with the same brush. Just as I don’t generalize that “all men are lying, cheating, (_)_)holes”.

  • Michelle Blackwell

    Ha ha ha! I wonder where you people were during the whole death panels discussion.

  • Peyton

    The stupidity of these people disgusts me.

  • Steve_J

    If that is all that really mattered to Shelly she deserves everything that’s coming her way. Unforunately about half the country does not.

  • sparxie

    Stupid should be painful…

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      It usually is, the hammer hasn’t fallen on these unsuspecting twits yet.

      • Hello Jerry (D)

        And it will pretty soon!

  • Fire and Adjust!

    Its official……….this was the first election decided on the expected future availability of feminine hygiene products!

    • E Mims

      Thanks for pointing that out. I’m going to go pound my head against a wall now.

  • bananafanafo

    Now I can throw all my coupon out on tampons, TAXPAYERS don’t mind paying full price!

  • Zederok

    and this is why this country is lost. Screw the USA I am done.

    • Guest

      Good bye, you won’t be missed!

  • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

    There won’t be a ban on feminine products, but starting 2013 there will be a “medical device” tax on them…and toothbrushes, and knee braces, and band-aids….

    • medicinewomantwo

      on all devices that cost over $100, which covers the box it comes in.

    • Patricia Taylor

      haha – and a health services tax — OMG, whatever will they do???

    • Patricia Taylor

      haha – and a health services tax — OMG, whatever will they do???

  • Gusta

    Oh no! Twitter has apparently been hijacked by The Onion! Oh wait, you say that’s not the case?

  • http://twitter.com/JimVanderWall Jim VanderWall

    Now they will have to wait 6 months just to get the Birth control! Long Lines for the Birth control LOL

    • Patricia Taylor

      So much sex going on — I hope they all get paid like the slutty prostitutes they apparently are, since they can’t control their sex drives — it’s hard work!

    • Patricia Taylor

      So much sex going on — I hope they all get paid like the slutty prostitutes they apparently are, since they can’t control their sex drives — it’s hard work!

  • medicinewomantwo

    Good anytime gift………..take a few boxes as gifts to your liberal co workers…….be compassionate about their stress the election has brought them……….Make Friday Tampon Day………………………..

  • Im_Rick_James

    Unimaginable that people are actually that stupid. I mean, I could understand a little stupid, but that is unacceptable.

  • http://twitter.com/murgatr0id GTJessop

    When stupidity votes, a nation dies. We’re doomed.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1158965651 Lorene Moore

    All through the campaigning I kept chastising the libs for being so demeaning and condescending to women. The very idea that women would only be concerned about free BC and the manufactured “war of women” was so sexist and misogynistic. I stand corrected.

  • L.C. Rooney

    Wow. I can only imagine BHO cracking up, reading THESE over breakfast! Yes, oh Great One, these are your followers. How proud you must be to be the King of the Idiots. :-D))

    • http://www.facebook.com/susan.tenofsky Susan Tenofsky

      be compassionate because they have just been raped of their dignity and perhaps they can pretend a tampon will protect them from that loss.

    • http://www.facebook.com/susan.tenofsky Susan Tenofsky

      be compassionate because they have just been raped of their dignity and perhaps they can pretend a tampon will protect them from that loss.

  • Guest

    Sometimes ya gotta run with the PAX!

  • Guest

    Sometimes ya gotta run with the PAX!

  • VirginiaGirl

    Well, one good thing is, they’re using birth control. We wouldn’t want them procreating! I don’t even know how to comment on the tampons. It’s just so stupid that I have no words.

    • Patricia Taylor

      Right? who said anything about tampons? I am shaking my head at how stupid women are.

      • Guest

        “How stupid women are.” If only women could stay home and be nice little housewives, and leave all this mental stress of picking a president up to the far more capable men!

        • TheOriginalDonald

          …said the girl who wants the government to pay for her tampons.

        • SturJen

          Sh*t, I’m saying women are stupid and I AM a woman. ‘Bout time you started thinking with something other than your vagina, don’t you think?

        • Abiss

          ‘Oh noes! Rethuglicans want to drop the 50’s on my twat!’ Seriously. You should be ashamed of that drivel. FFS, show a little imagination in your boogeymen, would you? Make it about cannibalism or something. Something sort of cool. This crap is ‘teh retarded’…

    • Patricia Taylor

      Right? who said anything about tampons? I am shaking my head at how stupid women are.

  • VirginiaGirl

    Well, one good thing is, they’re using birth control. We wouldn’t want them procreating! I don’t even know how to comment on the tampons. It’s just so stupid that I have no words.

  • Scott

    So I can quit reusing condoms now? Good. Because I was tired of turning them inside out and shaking the F*#k out of them!!!! Seriously, are these people as stupid as they seem? If so this country is on the express train to hell if we don’t make some changes soon

    • Guest

      Yep, a couple dozen tweets means the country is going down the drain! It’s time to move elsewhere!

      • SturJen

        You go first. Take all your lame friends w/you. Thanks.

  • Scott

    So I can quit reusing condoms now? Good. Because I was tired of turning them inside out and shaking the F*#k out of them!!!! Seriously, are these people as stupid as they seem? If so this country is on the express train to hell if we don’t make some changes soon

  • Robin Schwartz

    At least they won’t be procreating…not with all that birth control.

  • Robin Schwartz

    At least they won’t be procreating…not with all that birth control.

  • TWG2A

    We can thank the so-called “educators” for creating these beady eyed vermin. It’s only going to get worse as the “schools” churn these beasts out by the millions. Nothing will be “fixed” until we fix the problems in our “schools” and the “educators” who are brainwashing our children.

  • TWG2A

    We can thank the so-called “educators” for creating these beady eyed vermin. It’s only going to get worse as the “schools” churn these beasts out by the millions. Nothing will be “fixed” until we fix the problems in our “schools” and the “educators” who are brainwashing our children.

  • R0nin

    Timeless truth from a poster I still have from the 2008 election.

    (It says, “OBAMA SUPPORTERS: Like zombies… but with no interest whatsoever in brains.”)

  • R0nin

    Timeless truth from a poster I still have from the 2008 election.

    (It says, “OBAMA SUPPORTERS: Like zombies… but with no interest whatsoever in brains.”)

  • Patricia Taylor

    Why are women so stupid? I hate women — not me, of course, just all the stupid women who think they really are just a sum of their lady parts and not multi-dimensional creatures.

    • Guest

      Nope, you are the only one

      • SturJen

        She isn’t the only one ashamed. There are many of us women who are ashamed to be put in the same gender as people like………you.

  • Patricia Taylor

    Why are women so stupid? I hate women — not me, of course, just all the stupid women who think they really are just a sum of their lady parts and not multi-dimensional creatures.

  • http://twitter.com/jrk8664 J Hoekstra

    Hey sometimes ya gotta run with the PAX!

  • http://twitter.com/jrk8664 J Hoekstra

    Hey sometimes ya gotta run with the PAX!

  • Dan

    The ewe Sheeple are just as stupid as the ram Sheeple.

  • Dan

    The ewe Sheeple are just as stupid as the ram Sheeple.

  • vino veritas

    Textbook cases for legalizing forced sterilization. At least they wont be able to blame Bush or conservatives for the economic Armageddon this country will be dealing with before the end of obama’s last year. Hopefully, conservatives can take control of the GOP and kick out the establishment clowns who basically cost us this election before 2016 hits. Then real change, from the top down, can begin.

  • vino veritas

    Textbook cases for legalizing forced sterilization. At least they wont be able to blame Bush or conservatives for the economic Armageddon this country will be dealing with before the end of obama’s last year. Hopefully, conservatives can take control of the GOP and kick out the establishment clowns who basically cost us this election before 2016 hits. Then real change, from the top down, can begin.

  • jo_bloe

    Ok, so now they’ll get all sorts of birth control. If they were stupid enough to buy that bs Oboe was selling them, what makes anyone think they’re smart enough to use it?

  • jo_bloe

    Ok, so now they’ll get all sorts of birth control. If they were stupid enough to buy that bs Oboe was selling them, what makes anyone think they’re smart enough to use it?

  • Firewall

    It would be smarter if they stocked on batteries. I can’t see any guy wanting to spend that much time with them

  • sb36695

    As an older woman, I would like to inform the younger ones that they won’t always need tampons and birth control. But if you could think past tomorrow, we wouldn’t be in the mess we’re in.

  • http://twitter.com/lukeboedi Lukeboe

    Holy shit, jokes fly right over the heads of nearly everyone on this site, including it’s writers. Right off into the sunset… Seriously though people, I’ve been with my fiance for nearly five years and to deny coverage for birth control is ridiculous. Think about it. Also, abortion is far from “the norm”, where the fuck are you getting your information?

    • SturJen

      From this place called……….get this………REALITY. These are real people, and they aren’t joking. They are *that* stupid. Time to face it. You won the intelligence sweepstakes, but the winners are few and we have to put up with losers.

    • Abiss

      Be adult. Be responsible for yourself and your choices. Pay for your own birth control. Or abstain when necessary, and/or unsafe. But DON’T BE a parasitic leech that expects mommy and daddy to cover your worthless, broke, irresponsible ass forever. See? Really not difficult to comprehend at all.
      Only a liberal would insist on someone else paying for their birth control. Only liberal women would need to.

      • Danny Meeker

        A liberal being responsible? HAHAHAHAHAHA

    • JR48

      Why is it ridiculous? If you’re old enough to live with a woman, you’re old enough to pay for food, pay your rent, buy toilet paper and pop for your own birth control.
      As to abortion, that’s a failure of the sexually active individual to grok the idea that sex on a physical level, is a reproductive process. In order to avoid babies, you use birth control. Not rocket science. It’s been free from PP for MANY decades if you’re too cheap to pay for it.
      However, anyone that is a real adult, understands that adults support themselves, on whatever level is required.

  • Mickey James

    Wait till these young people get to foot the bill in a decade or so.

  • TheOriginalDonald

    Given their attitude I’m surprised ANY REAL MAN would want to have sex with those girls

  • ToursLepantoVienna

    Passing a basic test in American civics should be a prerequisite to vote. It would eliminate hoards of Dem-voters, like these cretins for example.

  • JR48

    As a female myself, I’d like to advise the little ignoramouses that no one wants anything to do with their tampons nor their birth control. No one ever did.

    Dumber than the proverbial bag of hammers.

    • medicinewomantwo

      Amazing how they unknowingly made themselves the example of the 1950’s male jokes…….

    • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

      Kind of like those birthers.

    • http://www.facebook.com/john.doey.73700 John Doey

      Kind of like those birthers.

  • http://www.iranaware.com/ American Infidels

    Stupid is easy when it concerns free shit

  • http://twitter.com/ConservResolve Conservative Resolve

    Wait. She said ‘hoarding’, not whoring, right? Whew! That’s a relief! The mental image alone on that one makes my inner child cry.

  • Abiss

    F***. And these chicks breed. #okaymaybesangerhadapoint

  • Mickey James

    Will the women complain about the extra cost?

  • Yakypakrat

    Where on earth did you guys get the idea that if Mitt R. wins you “ladies” would go without tampons!?! I have never heard of anything so absurd in my life. You can not “hoard” birth control pills either because you need a prescription for pills of that nature. You can only get them when your current script runs out. Are you people planning on purchasing birth control pills in a dark alley somewhere? Or robbing the nearest Walgreens/CVS or Target–perhaps Walmart? Actually some of you must be on that website “People of Walmart”

  • Danny Meeker

    Moonbat soup, anyone?

  • Danny Meeker

    You know what, I just had an epiphany. Let’s go ahead and pay for their birth control, conservatives. We won’t have to worry about their next generation, if these moonbats can’t reproduce. To paraphrase Edward Longshanks in “Braveheart” — “If we can’t run them out, we’ll breed them out!”

  • Jolene

    Really? This is what is sooo important to educated women these days? Tampons? We’re doomed

  • http://twitter.com/Cammy573 Cammy Abbott

    Have you ever wanted to tweet a message to all of these people talking about how there is not going to be birth control, that they aren’t going to be able to use tampons, that food stamps will be taken away from them, and probably the most stupid of all, there will be no more weave? I have wanted to do it so many times and just simply ask, are you this stupid? Do you believe EVERYTHING you read on the internet or see on television?

    This is the generation who gets their news from Jon Stewart, can you really expect them to be so bright?

  • http://twitter.com/jacoma27 Janet

    It’s amazing how so many people want a free ride for everything Free this free that.Nobody want’s to work for it. Oh I forgot since Obummer has been in office many dont have job’s. Oh that’s right they can get welfare that’s also free. These type of people,and they know who they are,make me sick,they are the cockroaches of America.This is one of the reasons that America is going down hill.To much free stuff and not enough of going out there and earning your own money and paying for it yourself.

  • http://twitter.com/jacoma27 Janet

    It’s amazing how so many people want a free ride for everything Free this free that.Nobody want’s to work for it. Oh I forgot since Obummer has been in office many dont have job’s. Oh that’s right they can get welfare that’s also free. These type of people,and they know who they are,make me sick,they are the cockroaches of America.This is one of the reasons that America is going down hill.To much free stuff and not enough of going out there and earning your own money and paying for it yourself.

  • TexSizzle

    Those who stocked up may be glad they did when Obama’s tax kicks in and tampons are more expensive as a result.

  • JackThomasAZ

    Those responsible for elections in each state should hunt these people down. They should NEVER be allowed to vote EVER.

  • http://twitter.com/themattylee Matthew Lee Myers

    I feel like being snarky about not getting a joke is more embarrassing than the fact that you didn’t get the joke in the first place.

  • lainer51

    I am assuming they are as fugly as they are dumb, so no need to hoard birth control… no need for it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/rakesh.blackwolf Rakesh Blackwolf

    The really funny thing here? That these tweets were to make fun of conservative logic. But, since you very obviously missed it, you made it funnier by helping us make fun of your ridiculous ideas. Thank you!

  • Daniel Brock

    One thing is certain. The women that sent those tweets will spend the rest of their life wondering why decent men think them whores and why they can’t get a respectable guy