Boy, Rep. Paul Ryan sure has got a lotta nerve. Earlier this month, he co-sponsored a bill that would grant full legal rights to the unborn, beginning at the moment of conception. Queen of the Lady Parts Sandra Fluke doesn’t like that:

Imagine that! Sticking up for the unborn. Have you ever heard of anything so objectionable? Fluke flunkies certainly haven’t:

Gee, with followers like that, it’s no wonder Sandra’s so popular.

  • ERMERGERD

    Romney/Ryan actually were elected, but hey, I forgot voter fraud is just a myth.

    • $21367552

      Do you happen to have actually ANYTHING to base that on, or did you just pull that little factoid out of some random body cavity on November 7 and leave it festering on a shelf since then?

      • Catchance
      • Shawn Smith

        How about 57 voting precincts in Philly that recorded *ZERO* votes for Romney. Is that suspicious?

        Let’s imagine that every. single. person. there. really, truly and absolutely intended to vote for Obama. Some combination of mechanical and human error should have turned up at least a *few* people who accidentally voted wrong.

        • http://www.facebook.com/Prowl1984 Tom Lund

          what do expect from a uneducated liberal.

      • $40582813

        You baby murderer!!

      • jm313

        Right and you libertards whined about Bush and voter fraud constantly after the 2004 election. Do you have anything to base that on?

      • http://twitter.com/TruPundit BristolGOP Backup

        I have over 50 news accounts of vote fraud; I have done research into the 100% Obama districts; I have numerous eyewitness reports from Allegheny and Cuyuhoga counties of voters bussed in from other states.

        While none of this would be considered airtight legal evidence… I’m fully convinced it was stolen.

        • joanc

          How much did Soros pay to beat Alan West and Michelle Bachmann and why? He knew they were great candidates who would refuse to bow to the king in the White House. He was successful in defeating Ala West, but West will be back- count on it! Michelle, was reelected and will continue to be a thorn in the side of the left. Thank God, for these two fighters for the country and it’s Constitution.

      • http://twitter.com/GearyMarks Geary Marks

        The facts are out there. You must get your news from CNN or MSNBC.

  • ERMERGERD

    Romney/Ryan actually were elected, but hey, I forgot voter fraud is just a myth.

  • http://www.facebook.com/bob.cordon.1 Bob Cordon

    I’m pro-life mind you, but Sandra fluke is the poster child FOR abortion: “Don’t let THIS happen to you. Call Planned Parenthood today.”

  • http://www.facebook.com/bob.cordon.1 Bob Cordon

    I’m pro-life mind you, but Sandra fluke is the poster child FOR abortion: “Don’t let THIS happen to you. Call Planned Parenthood today.”

  • Maxwell

    Fight the good fight, Mr. Ryan.

    • $21367552

      yeah, golly gee, what could possibly go wrong? Ignorant turnip.

      • Maxwell

        Ignorant turnip? That’s a pathetically weak insult…

        • Catchance

          Ha! Better than the ignorant troll that he is.

      • $40582813

        The amount of everyones’ paycheck

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

        For those who advocate abortion to its latest stages, a lucrative and morally reprehensible practice, I guess advocating for children to not be dismembered would be seen as a negative….

      • RightThinking1

        diakonon,

        I defer to Dr. Johnson regarding Shakespeare :

        “His first failing was that which might be imputed to evil in most men, he sacrificed virtue to convenience.”

  • Maxwell

    Fight the good fight, Mr. Ryan.

  • Lord Foggybottom

    Sandra, here’s a bit of information for you. It’s not widely known, but you can actually squeeze more than 7 people into a parking space when giving a speech. Also, your hairstyle? Fix that shit.

    • waltzingmtilda

      LOL.

  • Lord Foggybottom

    Sandra, here’s a bit of information for you. It’s not widely known, but you can actually squeeze more than 7 people into a parking space when giving a speech. Also, your hairstyle? Fix that shit.

  • Katie Shafer

    i wonder how she would feel if she found out that her parents had considered aborting her…

    • TomJB

      You mean she wasnt?

      • JustLikeAnimals

        Sandra Fluke is a walking, talking example of what happens when abortions go wrong.

  • Katie Shafer

    i wonder how she would feel if she found out that her parents had considered aborting her…

  • Steve_in_RR

    Ryan is living in the Dark Ages? Oh yea…killing unborn children is sooo modern and progressive.

    • $21367552

      Yeah, and letting women like Savita Halappanavar die because her “unborn child” has more rights than she has is the clear sign of a modern and progressive society. That is exactly what you idiots would have if you could get your way.

      • http://twitter.com/DasReichHater Ben Kusnetz

        No one is saying that they aprove of not aborting a pregnancy when the mother’s life is at risk. It doesn’t make any sense to sentence a mother to death to possibly save a child. Of course, in any case where the mother’s life is even slightly threatened, abortion should be considered. And I can’t think of a single prominent socially conservative voice in America calling for a ban on abortions where the mother’s life is at risk. (Even people like Sean Hannity or Rick Santorum). Please respect those who disagree with you on an important issue, and don’t insult people for believing in the sanctity of human life.

        • ZoriahShepard

          Unfortunately people like him/her don’t have any other kind of argument other than “Your beliefs are dumb and you’re dumb for believing in them.” They can only resort to insults because concepts like compassion and logic hurt their brains.

        • http://www.chaosandcritters.com Ella Halligan

          It isn’t even considered abortion when it is truly required to save the mother’s life. However, abortion is almost NEVER about the health of the mother. There are only a handful situations that are life threatening to the mother that removing the unborn child actually does have life-saving effects.

          The first is in the case of an ectopic pregnancy. These pregnancies are not viable in any way, shape, or form, and every Catholic hospital I have ever worked at has always performed whatever procedure (chemical or surgical) was needed to preserve the life of the mother.

          The other major health issues that are only cured by birth of the child are HELLLP Syndrome and pre-eclampsia/eclampsia. In those cases, it is always managed so as to give the unborn child as much time in the womb as possible… but as soon as that is risky to the life of the mother, pre-term birth is induced (either vaginal or c-section, depending on what is safest for the mother). The mother’s life is always of paramount importance. However, the life of the child is of secondary and still vital importance. If the mother’s life requires that the birth happen prior to the child’s ability to survive outside the womb, so be it. The child is still treated with dignity and the parents are given the necessary emotional support and counseling needed to deal with their loss. If possible, the child’s life is also saved.

          THAT has been the procedure for decades. If the mother’s life is TRULY in danger, an abortion clinic is the LAST place she should be. They are poorly regulated and almost never have adequately trained staff on hand.

          • Catchance

            EXCELLENT explanation… thank you.

          • mdtljt

            Well said…thank you.

      • Todd Hill

        Wait a sec… Perchance are you trying to float a “slippery slope” argument regarding abortion rights? I thought that whole slope argument was banned when people started talking about limiting rights to firearms re: 2nd amendment.

      • VL123

        It’s called life and death….if the bitch is so selfish that she isn’t willing to die for her unborn child then let her die too.

        • Catchance

          Get your facts straight before you post what is truly an offensive statement. Abortions were legal in the cases of rape, incest, and saving the life of the mother BEFORE Roe v Wade. No one wants to save a child at the expense of the mother.

          Moron.

          • SCinGB

            Vinny’s statement isn’t offensive. What is offensive is a mother not doing everything in her power to save her child. I’m a mother to 3 and would give myself up for my children now, when I was pregnant with them, and 40 years from now. You must not have the maternal instinct. That’s too bad.

          • Catchance

            What? Wait. You don’t find his comment, “if the bitch is so selfish that she isn’t willing to die for her unborn child then let her die too” offensive? That comment was a snarky response to a commenter who was trying to compare our laws to the woman who died from sepsis in Ireland because they wouldn’t take the baby which she was miscarrying. When a baby is still an embryo and the woman miscarries (spontaneous abortion) she will pass the child naturally. This woman was 17 weeks along, the baby was non-viable (she was miscarrying) and by their not taking the child she developed sepsis and died. My response was in no way advocating killing a viable baby, or even that the woman would not have willingly died to save her child. It was to state that even before Roe v Wade it would have been legal to save her life.

            On the other hand, he may have been using sarcasm, in which case I stand corrected.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

          Someone is “selfish” for not continuing a pregnancy when continuing said pregnancy would result in two deaths instead of one? Such extreme circumstances are medically rare, thankfully, but you are woefully narrow in your rationale.

      • maybetoday777

        typical apartheid example using the exception and not the rule. Then again all liberals and evolutionists get in an emotional panic over facts.

      • Catchance

        In the United States the right for a woman to have an abortion to save her own life was in place BEFORE Roe Vs. Wade. Before 1973 a woman had the right to have an abortion in the cases of rape, incest, or to save the life of the mother. What Roe V Wade did was make abortion legal for any reason at any time if they can pay for it (and it’s not cheap). Get your facts straight before your start spewing your stupidity out.

        • mickeyco

          But he has so much practice spewing stupidity.

        • jm313

          So before Roe V. Wade women had a right to have an abortion in cases of rape, incest and saving the mothers life. The Republican Party only wants to allow abortions in the case of saving a mothers life and not for rape or incest. IMO people are too extreme if they won’t allow abortions for women of rape and incest.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

            Oh really? Everyone in this large and diverse party believes that? You do realize that this is not the position of Paul Ryan, the man whom we are discussing, right?

          • Catchance

            Well, I think you’re wrong in assuming the whole Republican Party wants only that. From everything I’ve seen, if they want change they want the law to go back to pre-Roe v Wade.

            My personal belief is that it’s wrong also for rape and incest, but I wouldn’t force my opinion on someone who has gone through that kind of trauma.

            I would like to say that my opinion on the rape/incest is not just for the life of the unborn child, but because I see daily (I volunteer at a pregnancy center) the mental and emotional damage that having an abortion does to a woman. Deep down inside she knows that she has killed her own child, and that does unspeakable damage to her.

          • $36544368

            I agree…I have a dear friend who, to this day, 25 years after having an abortion, still sheds tears over it. I also know of someone who was born after her mother was raped. She’s happy, healthy, and works with others who have had to deal with sexual abuse. She said that she’s glad her mother didn’t abort her, in spite of the circumstances that led to her birth.

          • tramky

            We don’t care what the child thinks about not being aborted. That is irrelevant. What were the exact circumstances surrounding the mother carrying a pregnancy resulting from rape to term? What is that woman’s view of it?

          • shimauma

            This child of rape is very appreciative that my mother made the right choice, not only letting me live, but raising me as well. Only a scumbag libturd would ignore the potential of the human life that they would offer up on their altar of socialist dogman.

          • mdtljt

            I truly admire your mother’s strength and am also glad you’re in this world…God Bless…

          • $36544368

            Your first sentence totally defines you…you don’t care what the child thinks about not being aborted…interesting that you’d use the word ‘child’…it’s a ‘fetus’ when you don’t want it, and a ‘child’ when you do? You obviously have a heart of stone…it’s easy for you to think like you do when you have a seared conscience. You see what you want to see, you think what you want to think, you’re not accountable to anyone or anything, full of feelings of entitlement, and have no moral standards…what a shame…I’ll stop short of saying that it’s too bad YOU weren’t aborted…that would be cruel…however, based on the way you think, it would be easy to say that and not care a bit about how it would make you feel.

          • mdtljt

            Obviously if she carried to term after a rape…she valued the life inside her irregardless of how it came about….and I admire and respect her strength in the face of adversity. When it happened to me, I wasn’t as strong….I don’t regret my decision, and readily support whichever choice the VICTIM OF A DESPICABLE CRIME makes. Speaking from experience, that is – without a doubt – the most difficult decision I’ve ever had to make, but I understood myself well enough to know the psychological damage it would have inflicted – not just on me but on the child as well – was something I couldn’t bear….

          • http://www.chaosandcritters.com Ella Halligan

            All studies indicate better mental health outcomes for women who carry to term and either raise or put up for adoption their offspring conceived through rape/incest than for those women who abort them. The psychological process at work appears to be that they had violence forced upon them and then pushed that violence off on their unborn child (who was completely innocent of the evil committed by their father), which causes further psychological trauma. Those who were able to say, “I was a victim of violence, but I did not perpetuate that violence” seem to find a path to mental peace and health much easier to come by.

          • Catchance

            Trust me… if she aborts she will regret it the rest of her life.

          • http://www.facebook.com/ed.schroeder.96 Ed Schroeder

            Even Roe, in Roe vs wade has changed her stance from pro choice to anti-abortion. She grew up and got wiser.

          • shimauma

            so I guess those of us who were born of rape didn’t have a right to exist according to you and your ancient Bhaal worshiping libturd scumbag baby killers. you can take your fluke worship and shove it where the sun doesn’t shine…oh wait your kind likes it like that…

          • shimauma

            so I guess those of us who were born of rape didn’t have a right to exist according to you and your ancient Bhaal worshiping libturd scumbag baby killers. you can take your fluke worship and shove it where the sun doesn’t shine…oh wait your kind likes it like that…

        • joanc

          How many Doctors are making millions from the Roe VS Wade law?? Some have built lucrative businesses, out of killing unborn babies. Remember, Health Secretary Kathleen Sibelius friend, master abortionist, the unconscionable late Doctor Teeter? He had a million dollar operation. The law passed in 1973 made it possible for doctors to enrich their bankbooks,at the expense of an unborn child with a beating heart,who will never experience living, after their brain is sucked out. How do abortionists sleep at night? PP Hood claims their main function is not abortion. BS! It’s a myth that abortion is not their main function. If abortion is not their mainstay,then why does Planned parenthood object so strongly to being audited? A woman from PPH on OReilly’s Fox news show recently, claimed an audit would be a violation of privacy? If they are funded by taxpayers, then their books should be open to an audit,just as any Government funded business. Could it be because they are not truthful,by claiming abortions are not their main source of business? If it isn’t where do the stats of over three hundred thousand of these abominations occur yearly in the USA . Someone is not telling the truth!

          • Catchance

            Exactly! The pregnancy center for which I volunteer is located right across the street from a PP. All of the services we offer, such as pregnancy tests and ultrasounds, are free (all from donations… no taxpayer money). If a woman goes into PP for a pregnancy test, they will charge her $15 unless she’s planning on an abortion. They charge $250 for an ultrasound, unless she opts to abort.

            They charge more for birth control than legitimate doctors. They also are in big trouble right now, as they’re being sued for overcharging $Millions for birth control.

            They lie and say they do mammograms… no they don’t, and the clinics to which they will refer women for a mammogram charges far more than any other clinic around.

            PP is a racket, pure and simple. I wish the Susan G Komen foundation had stuck to their guns and stopped funding them.

          • http://www.facebook.com/ed.schroeder.96 Ed Schroeder

            Even ROE from ROE vs Wade is now against Abortion.

            Why do Liberals, support killing innocent babies and yet protest the killing of condemned criminals? Reason- VOTES. Babies cant vote and criminals can (once they get their voting rights reinstated (enter the ACLU, a liberal group)

      • Shawn Smith

        Of course, once Obamacare is in full swing and we have to wait for a year to get our government-rationed doctor’s appointment, pregnant women will be doing so much better. I hope my next child is delivered by an obstetrician with all the friendliness and efficiency of the DMV.

      • $40582813

        She was just( what does omuslim say) a bump in the road!

      • jm313

        Umm don’t you know Republicans allow abortions when the mothers life is in danger?

      • JustLikeAnimals

        Who wants to be a lib-prog? Bleech.

        I think issues of the mother’s life being jeopardized by carrying a baby to full-term are issues for the mother/wife and father/husband to explore and decide with the guidance of their conscience, their God, and their physician. But where an otherwise healthy mother and unborn child are concerned, there is no moral or legal justification to simply kill an unborn child because giving birth would be “inconvenient” in any manner of speaking.

        Giving one person the unilateral right to decide on the existence of another is anathema to civilized society.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

        Ryan can do nothing to outlaw abortion so your argument example of a woman dying in Ireland-where abortion is illegal-is not germane and the very definition of a non sequitur. How do you equate restricting the abortion of pregnancies that have passed the point of viability to be so “modern”?

        • http://www.chaosandcritters.com Ella Halligan

          Not to mention, the solution to poor medical care is not to legalize abortion, but to better regulate the current health care system and to make sure only competent practitioners are practicing.

          In the U.S., one of the most dangerous “medical institutions” (I can barely bring myself to type that) is an abortion clinic. The staff is almost universally incompetent and under-educated. The horrific 9-1-1 calls easily found online from staff members to emergency personnel show the casual disregard for the health of the mother if it at all makes the staff “look bad”.

          Most abortion mills are so grossly under-regulated because the left does not allow for any regulation to be passed on them. I wouldn’t allow a stray dog to be cared for in such an environment, much less a fellow human being.

      • http://www.facebook.com/Prowl1984 Tom Lund

        you probably celebrate every time you hear that a woman had an abortion.

      • http://twitter.com/1RandiStarr Randi Starr

        you could atleast take your argument to the correct country.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1003376721 Sheldon Cooper

        Bully

      • dee dvore

        Yawn..zzzzzz

    • JustLikeAnimals

      Yup. “It is morally repugnant to have guns that are used by criminals to kill innocent school children, but we of moral superiority can kill 1.2 million unborn children each year for the past 30 years.”

    • http://twitter.com/equaltreatment Elaine

      Because having “rights” is so much worse than being butchered?

    • http://twitter.com/equaltreatment Elaine

      Because it’s not barbaric to shove a pair of scissors into the back of a baby’s head and suck the brains out? Who’s really acting like they;’re living in the dark ages? It’s very sad how emotionally detached and cold these progressives have become.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1003376721 Sheldon Cooper

        They are a walking, breathing, and living contradiction.

    • shimauma

      She must have never read about the worshippers of BHAAL throwing their babies in to sacrificial fires for their fake god, so technically, she’s the one living on ancient thinking as liberalism is just the religion of pagans.

    • shimauma

      She must have never read about the worshippers of BHAAL throwing their babies in to sacrificial fires for their fake god, so technically, she’s the one living on ancient thinking as liberalism is just the religion of pagans.

    • joanc

      Sarah Fluke, believes in the song “Girls just want to have fun” Sure they do, as long as someone else pays for it, and if the sex pills fail, then just get an abortion at the PP Hood disposal machine. It only involves killing an innocent unborn infant, also paid for by” morally against it” taxpayers. What does Sarah have to lose, except, her name, which will be forever an analogy for “Slut” and Freeloader” Rush Limbaugh, was correct when calling her a name, many agreed with him!

  • Steve_in_RR

    Ryan is living in the Dark Ages? Oh yea…killing unborn children is sooo modern and progressive.

  • Rick Hess

    Fluke makes a great case for retro-active abortion. Wonder how she would like that?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

      Obama does have a penchant for late term abortion. Do I sense a supercilious WhiteHouse.gov petition in the making? 😉

      • Rick Hess

        Not from me, it would be a waste of a few of my brain cells, electricity and some random electrons that would go to DC to die, like so many other things, like heart, soul, and morals.

    • JustLikeAnimals

      Yeah, but they have a prevention plan for that too. They call it “gun control.” =)

  • Rick Hess

    Fluke makes a great case for retro-active abortion. Wonder how she would like that?

  • Fido

    The last “big” news of Fluck was her new job at Home Depot, as a parking attendant

    • GaryTheBrave

      Russ Rodgers, anytime someone says an idea is common sense it usually is not.

      How much do contraceptives cost? Typically less than the deductible, or the co-pays.

  • Fido

    The last “big” news of Fluck was her new job at Home Depot, as a parking attendant

  • BeyondPolls

    Sandra Fluke is anti-life, duh.

  • stuckinIL4now

    Sure hope Fluke keeps taking those bc pills and uses all the free contraception she can get her bloody fingers on bcuz she needs to not reproduce.

    • JustLikeAnimals

      She IS the quintessential poster-child for abortion.

  • Mr. Incredible

    I cannot think of more of a waste of human flesh than Sandra Fluke.

    • waltzingmtilda

      I can…he’s sitting in the White House.

  • syvyn11

    Ms. Fluke should F herself. No one else will.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

    I really wonder how the one commenter rationalizes rights for the unborn as a profitable venture. According to the left, Eleventy billion people support abortion, so wouldn’t Planned Parenthood reap more financial award?

    • Catchance

      Exactly! Aside from the, you know, fact that you’re killing a child, abortions aren’t cheap, plus they’ve received federal money for years, plus money from the Susan G. Komen Foundation, plus they’ve been overbilling for birth control for years. Right now they’re in deep kimshee:

      “… the intent to maximize revenue received from government healthcare programs (such as Medicaid, Medi-Cal, and FPACT). The complaint alleges that defendants’ knowingly engaged in such overbilling in violation of both federal and state law. Between 1997 and 2004, defendants’ overbilling for birth control drugs and devises resulted in an illicit windfall to the defendants in an amount in excess of 200 million dollars. The complaint “blows the whistle” on these false claims, seeking damages, penalties, costs, and attorney fees.”

  • linzyloo2

    What a useless liberal tool. I’m so sick of hearing stupid women claim abortion (murder) is a “right”. It’s wrong and always will be.

    • $36544368

      What amazes me is that most people (I’m not saying all) that are pro-choice are anti-death penalty.

    • SturJen

      And am I the only one who thinks it’s darkly funny that these women claim it is their ‘right’ to kill the next generation of women? How’s that feminism working out for ya? Hmm? Talk about ‘taking out the competition’!

  • Dr.Paul Altman

    I asked Sandra Fluke a question on twitter and now twitter has suspended my account. I just asked if she has ever seen parents at a ultrasound, the excitement they have when they hear and see the heartbeat. If something has a heartbeat, it has life. I guess Ms.Fluke got upset.

    • JustLikeAnimals

      hehehe I sent this tweet: “Your 15 mins are up. Drink ur Kool-Aid and STFU.” so I will probably be banished to Twitter hell in a few minutes.

      =)

  • mickeyco

    Someone please make her shut up and go away. I’m getting old and can only take so much.

  • http://twitter.com/covvb0y rebeL

    if it’s not life, then why do they have to terminate it?

    • wwbdinct

      Wow. Nice.

      • linzyloo2

        You’re not the only one. I don’t think they even realize what they’re really doing.

    • http://www.rockingjamboree.com/ Russ Rogers

      If you are concerned about practically LOWERING the number of unplanned pregnancies and abortions in the USA, a far more effective way (than trying to grant fertilized eggs “personhood”) would be to expand the availability and access to CONTRACEPTION! Why, maybe MANDATING contraception coverage as a basic standard for health insurance would be a FANTASTIC idea and great public policy! Somebody ought to publicly advocate for that common sense idea.

      • JustLikeAnimals

        Or maybe lib-progs could exercise a little personal restraint and stop f&^%$king everything that breathes and walks.

        • waltzingmtilda

          Oh, now you’re just being silly! 😉

          • Catchance

            Maybe, but he’s right. A little delayed gratification and personal responsibility would go a long way.

      • MominMich

        Then Planned Parenthood could spend ALL their money on abortions!

      • Meshell

        I am completely for birth control- I prescribe birth control frequently as a health care provider- anytime a woman asks for it. You are right, birth control when used properly can help decrease the rate of unplanned pregnancies- but it should not be at the expense of raising everyone else’s taxes and insurance premiums. If you are old enough and feel the need to be sexually active, then you are old enough to be responsible to pay for your own birth control. If you are paying your own insurance premiums and your health insurance covers a portion of your birth control – great! If not- birth control pills are only 9 dollars at Walmart. Yes 9 dollars- cut out 2 fancy coffee drinks a month at Starbucks and you can pay for your own dang birth control!!!! It’s called personal responsibility- something that this nation has seemed to have lost over the last 20 years.

      • grais

        Contraception IS available to anyone who will actually care enough to “choose” to use it.

        • SideshowJon36

          No, no, no! It’s not available unless someone else pays for it!

          Can’t expect a Progressive to take responsibility for their own actions!

      • Dwayne Jackson

        Every woman has free access to CONTRACEPTION, it’s called closing their legs.

        • waltzingmtilda

          PRECISELY.

        • jm313

          Too bad no one will do that. I’m a Republican and the party is always trying to preach abstinence before marriage and abstinence only education and its stupid because lets just face it a large amount of teens and young adults are going to have sex and they are going to do it before marriage! Wouldn’t it be best to teach them sexual education so when they do have sex they at least know how to be safe to prevent abortions? And the party gets mad when a high school hands out condoms to students cause the party thinks the high school is encouraging sex. No there not the high school knows 75% of students there will have sex so they are just trying to keep the students safe and it will also minimize abortions! The party has been putting faith before pragmatism and this is why the party keeps getting stomped. Also the party tries to force there religious beliefs on everyone and that is wrong and oppressive. The party is doing horrible because the party has gone from being a political party to a religious organization.

          • http://www.facebook.com/vanessa.pawlovich Vanessa Pawlovich

            Or we coud try teaching the kids about contraception while at the same time stressing that abstinece is the best choice. We tell kids that smoking, drinking, and drugs are bad for them. We know that some of them are going to do it anyway. We still tell them that doing these things is a bad idea. So why is the arguement that some of them are going to do it anyway a good reason to not teach them that teen ( and even college) sex is likely to hurt them emotionally (when the relationship doesn’t last) and physically ( if an std or pregnancy is involved) .

          • AMSilver

            Do you honestly think you can teach impressionable children that they have no control over their impulses, and they are going to engage in whatever activity they feel like without regard to the possible consequences – and think they will only apply that message to sex? You think a kid who has been told they are going to do whatever they feel like is going to use a credit card responsibly? Show up for work and do their best even if they don’t like the job? Accept any sort of constraints *ever* because apparantly constraints are a religious conspiracy trying to oppress people?

            You act like teens are miniature adults, but they aren’t. They don’t have the impulse control of adults, their bodies (especially girls) haven’t developed the level of protection against disease that they will have as adults, and they are much more likely to succumb to peer pressure, especially when they know that instead of backing them up, the adults who should be providing them a sound foundation in life are telling them they aren’t capable of self control. We should be telling them that they deserve to be treated with dignity and they are capable of demanding and receiving respect – and that they can meet any goal they strive for. Sure, not every teen will listen, but they still deserve to be given the best teaching they can.

            We’ve had decades of ‘safe sex’ education, and our teen pregnancy rates have sky rocketed, and 25% of teen girls have STDs. It’s time to admit that when kids sit in a ‘safe sex’ class, they hear the ‘sex’ and throw the ‘safe’ out in the heat of the moment. If “safe sex” education works, how could we possibly have higher pregnancy rates now than we did before contraception was even on the market?

          • shimauma

            republicans like you are the reason our politicians are turning to sh*t limpwrists and spineless jellyfish who are willing to bend over and take it up the keister to “compromise”

      • Shawn Smith

        Or maybe we could think about changing the culture that says that sex is purely for amusement value. That’s a fascinating idea.

      • TocksNedlog

        And since the availability of, and accessability to, contraception stands at about 99%, you are advocating for WHAT, exactly?

      • jm313

        I agree with women being allowed to use contraception except I don’t agree with tax dollars paying for it.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

        Is contraception not widely available already at a cost that is cheaper than no more than a movie ticket?

      • Catchance

        I volunteer at a pregnancy center and see young women every day who aren’t taking contraception because they *didn’t think they’d get pregnant* or they *forgot to take their pill* or their boyfriend *doesn’t want to*. NONE of it has to do with cost (which is about $9/mo). I guarantee that you could give free birth control to everyone and there would still be the same number of unwanted pregnancies, just as limiting 20 oz sodas is not going to stop obesity.

        When did government mandates replace personal responsibility?

      • walterc

        expand the availability and access to CONTRACEPTION! Contraception is available to anyone that walks into a Walmart, in various forms. Anyone with an EBT card can afford $9 per month for the pill and condoms are only $.50. And they stop the spread of desease as well as pregnancy. Sandra Fluke wasn’t arguing it wasn’t available, she just thinks the rest of us should pay for it. And apparently so do you.

    • Robert Smith

      WOW!! I had never thought of it that way… well said!

  • detroit19

    Why, oh, why, does ANYONE give press to this idiot?! She is an ongoing embarrassment to women everywhere!! I would SO disown either of my daughters if they were preaching this BS! Mr. and Mrs. Fluke? I’m embarrassed for you (in the event you’e not able to bruise poor Sandy’s little ego by telling her as much).

    • linzyloo2

      I’ve noticed that too.

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

    Why is Sandra worried about aborting a fetus? Or the rights of said fetus? She’s got free BC so that she doesn’t have to worry about such a thing.

  • nc

    Go ahead, girl, and feel your oats while you can. You really think you’re something, don’t you?

    • Rick Hess

      She has a case of narcissism almost as bad as our Imperial Federal Overlord.

  • ZoriahShepard

    Aren’t her 15 minutes up yet?

    • mickeyco

      15 minutes? We’re up to at least 11 years, 6 months and 14 days.

    • TocksNedlog

      14 minutes and 59 seconds ago.

  • Steve_J

    I hope she never reproduces/

    • TocksNedlog

      We all hope that.

      • LochGates44

        I hope she does and the kid ends up being a die in the wool constitutional conservative.

  • Guest

    One has to wonder at the intellectual cowardice that’s required in order to BS yourself into believing that a zygote/fetus can be anything other than a living human being. Why these pro-abortion zealots believe that a baby doesn’t deserve to be protected by the constitution until after it crosses the threshold of its mother is beyond me.

    Those with a dose of common sense can understand this obvious fact: when two humans conceive, the only possible product of that conception is a human being. If your mind can grasp that absolute fact, you then have to take a step forward and try to justify the aborting/termination/killing of that human being.

    In cases where the act is medically necessary, then you proceed in order to spare the mother’s life because if she dies, the baby dies also. Occam’s razor; you terminate the pregnancy to lessen the number of dead.

    In cases where it’s merely an act of convenience because the participants in the procreation were too wrapped up in the moment of pleasure to worry about the obvious outcome of their sexual activity, then other alternatives to abortion should be sought. Given the number of desperate people willing to adopt newborns, you’d think that the abortion mills would be empty..

    Just because you’re too selfish to think about anyone other than yourself is insufficient justification for killing another human being. Especially a human being that’s incapable of speaking for itself or defending itself.

    One wonders how many abortions would be performed if the technology existed to communicate with a fetus. If that technology did exist, it would be interesting to hear it’s response to the question “Would you like to be terminated?”

    • Todd Hill

      So I edited this post to remove an apostrophe in “it’s” and now there are two posts by me… This particular post should be removed.

    • Catchance

      Well said.

    • $36544368

      So someone explain this (preferably a liberal?) to me – if you don’t want your baby, you can abort it on demand, for no other reason than you don’t want it. Now, let’s say you’re in a car accident that is not your fault, and you’re 4 months’ pregnant. Your baby dies as a result of being injured in the accident. The person who caused the accident can be charged and convicted with vehicular manslaughter and go to jail…I’ll never understand that. A doctor can kill a baby if it’s not wanted, but a person who causes a car accident that kills a baby can go to jail, possibly for the rest of their life, depending on the circumstances of the accident…. /smh

      • mickeyco

        No one can explain it to you, because it makes no sense. Same thing: if a man shoots a pregnant woman & the woman & baby dies, he’s charged with 2 muders.

  • Todd Hill

    One has to wonder at the intellectual cowardice that’s required in order to BS yourself into believing that a zygote/fetus can be anything other than a living human being. Why these pro-abortion zealots believe that a baby doesn’t deserve to be protected by the constitution until after it crosses the threshold of its mother is beyond me.

    Those with a dose of common sense can understand this obvious fact: when two humans conceive, the only possible product of that conception is a human being. If your mind can grasp that absolute fact, you then have to take a step forward and try to justify the aborting/termination/killing of that human being.

    In cases where the act is medically necessary, then you proceed in order to spare the mother’s life because if she dies, the baby dies also. Occam’s razor; you terminate the pregnancy to lessen the number of dead.

    In cases where it’s merely an act of convenience because the participants in the procreation were too wrapped up in the moment of pleasure to worry about the obvious outcome of their sexual activity, then other alternatives to abortion should be sought. Given the number of desperate people willing to adopt newborns, you’d think that the abortion mills would be empty..

    Just because you’re too selfish to think about anyone other than yourself is insufficient justification for killing another human being. Especially a human being that’s incapable of speaking for itself or defending itself.

    One wonders how many abortions would be performed if the technology existed to communicate with a fetus. If that technology did exist, it would be interesting to hear its response to the question “Would you like to be terminated?”

  • Lady 12

    You rock, Ryan!

  • JustLikeAnimals

    I got the memo.
    You got the memo.
    Fluke didn’t get the memo…….”Your 15 minutes are up.”

  • waltzingmtilda

    I really do try to restrain myself when it comes to tweeting replies to nonsense like this, but this woman…she sets my teeth on edge. I had to reply. The cluelessness is astonishing…so he didn’t win the election, is he supposed to be now gung ho on killing babies? It’s called having a belief in the sanctity of life and sticking to that belief, regardless. Gah. These people.

  • HARP2

    If only Fuke`s mother had the same attitude.

  • ssj429

    Fluke is a true disgrace to society. She needs to end her pathetic, hateful, demonic war on babies. This may sound like a weird question, but did Sandra Fluke once cut herself, and engage in a campaign to help women who are suffering from self-inflicted harm? The reason I pose this question is because the other day one of my psych professors showed a short clip from youtube about an organization that is focused on helping people who go through self-harm. The main girl in the clip looked exactly Fluke, and sounded like her as well. My good friend (who is very liberal) also thought it was her. It’s really no big deal if it was her or not, but perhaps Sandra Fluke is terribly suffering from a true mental disorder, and she genuinely believes (or easily manipulated) that the government needs to be her nanny.

  • J.N. Ashby

    “Never change their mindset or agenda?” Didn’t that worm go with that fiscal cliff nonsense?

  • Terry

    “Paul Ryan seems to think he and Romney were elected to the Executive branch.” Ignorant, ignorant people. Carol doesn’t realize that the Executive branch doesn’t get to write legislation. Geez, there should be at least a minimal test before one can be allowed to vote, ala are you smarter than a 2nd grader?

  • TocksNedlog

    This woman has been attending college on and off for TEN YEARS, and the best she can come up with is to parrot the trending liberal meme of “You lost the election, get over it”?
    Really.
    My navel lint could outwit her.

  • TocksNedlog

    So, Ms. Fluke, WHAT is the ‘thing’ that Paul Ryan did not learn from the election? Could it possibly be that just because 47.2 percent of voters chose him doesn’t mean that he can continue to sponsor legislation in line with his morals?

    Hmm, 47% . . . now, where have I heard that number before?
    Oh yeah! That was the percentage of the American population that Mitt Romney supposedly doesn’t care about. Except that he NEVER said that he doesn’t care about 47% of the population; but YOU have just admitted that you don’t care about the will of 47% of the voters from this last election.

    Yay, YOU!!!

  • GaryTheBrave

    I am tired of libs “reminding” us who won the election. They were so quiet when GWB won his 2nd term. /sarc

  • suz73

    Let’s see what not aborting can do. (And abortions can be very dangerous, too). But I have a friend whose daughter and her husband have been trying to conceive for a few years. So they put in for adoption. The just received 3 beautiful, sweet little girls, sisters, today. Their hearts are full, their home is full and their joy is great. There are so many couples who want to adopt. In my state it was reported that there were on average 1 abortion every 90 minutes. That’s just in one state!

  • SideshowJon36

    Ryan WAS reelected to the House, so… what exactly was he supposed to learn?

  • JINNASH

    They keep culling their own herd

  • BeeKaaay

    Leftwingwackos are bloodthirsty.

    According to leftwingwackos who are ALL bloodthirsty, It is morally repugnant to kill children by guns because it is less painful to the victims. It is morally superior to rip children apart limb from limb in abortuaries.

  • Timothy Powell

    Oh sure, any Lib will tell you. It’s ok to legally kill a unborn child with a medical instrument but if a child gets illegally killed with a gun by some lunatic, then it’s a complete OUTRAGE. Hypocrites….

  • http://bobtheump.com/ BobTheUmp

    Fetus is living, (takes in nutrient, passes out waste and grows), human, (has human DNA), is not part of the mothers body, (has distinct and unique human DNA). Science proved life begins at conception decades ago. Liberal really hate science. And, Rush was dead on right about Ms. Fluke. http://www.bobtheump.com

  • RightThinking1

    Sure he learned something. He learned that you *can* fool most of the people most of the time, particularly if the people are self-indulgently dependent, and the majority of the media have become Fifth Columnists.

    “As democracy is perfected, the office of President
    represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great
    and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart’s desire at
    last and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.”—H.L.
    Mencken, The Baltimore Evening Sun, July 26, 1920

  • TheAmishDude

    I think that lawyers should be denied most rights. There is a perfectly good constitutional argument that members of the bar have too many rights, including privileged access to a whole branch of government.

    I wonder how Sandy would feel about that.

  • wyatt81

    Fluke and her deluded zombies celebrate death and the profit that comes from it-then accuse Ryan of being a zealot and celebrating “profits?” How completely prejudiced and blinded can you be? Not to mention utter and callous self centeredness.

  • Pamela

    Fluke of nature Sandra needs to take her working body parts to another part of town, obviously the body part known as the brain isnt working.

  • Linda

    Would she be doing this if we were talking about Animal Rights?

  • John Christensen

    Whats wrong with standing up for the unborn, people? Do you REALLY want to abort babies THAT BAD? What the F#cK>? Thats weird!!

  • AlwaysFreeAmerica

    Far more babies are aborted every year then die by gun so I guess guns are bad but abortion is good? I’m confused….

  • AlwaysFreeAmerica

    Far more babies are aborted every year then die by gun so I guess guns are bad but abortion is good? I’m confused….

  • CrossHugger

    Hey sandy you are a baby killer and all of your mind numb dark hearted friends are also. That is good because you will have company in hell…….

  • CrossHugger

    Hey sandy you are a baby killer and all of your mind numb dark hearted friends are also. That is good because you will have company in hell…….

  • dmbatten

    Do some research folks, Sandra Fluke looks exactly like a young Margaret Sanger.

    • bicentennialguy

      She looks like her face was caught in a mechanical rice picker.

  • dmbatten

    Do some research folks, Sandra Fluke looks exactly like a young Margaret Sanger.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=734862248 Dan Hydar

    Aren’t her 15 minutes up?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=734862248 Dan Hydar

    Aren’t her 15 minutes up?

  • Elena0412

    Why is this insignificant twit being quoted?

  • Elena0412

    Why is this insignificant twit being quoted?

  • bobbymike34

    It’s ‘extreme’ to stand up for the unborn, for beautiful precious innocent babies, what a disgusting society we have become.

  • bobbymike34

    It’s ‘extreme’ to stand up for the unborn, for beautiful precious innocent babies, what a disgusting society we have become.

  • clarioncaller

    I would like to ensure Ms. Fluke that she can have ‘free lifetime contraceptives’. It’s easier on our society if people like her don’t spawn.

    • http://twitter.com/1RandiStarr Randi Starr

      Screw that, have her fixed!

  • clarioncaller

    I would like to ensure Ms. Fluke that she can have ‘free lifetime contraceptives’. It’s easier on our society if people like her don’t spawn.

  • bicentennialguy

    Spay this bitch already.

  • Irishwren

    Sandra Fluke is a disgrace to womanhood. She is a disgrace to humanity. She puts herself and her wants above the moral imperitive to guard and protect unborn children. What is SO hard to understand about why it is a bad, ignoble, selfish, and a cruel thing beyond words to kill an unborn child?

  • winoceros

    Let’s say that there is a procedure available by which a female fetus can have its ovaries injected with a substance that prevents ovulation for all of its life. The child will be healthy in every way, except the mother can decide that the child can never breed…you know, to make sure some bad genes aren’t perpetuated, or the world is too populous, etc.

    Would Sandra Fluke be in favor of this procedure? Certainly there can be no objection, I would think, since it is solely the will of the mother that matters. Is there any objection to taking the child’s reproductive choice away?

    • dmbatten

      Two points:
      1. I’m sure the legal profession would love this as the lawsuits would start coming in as the children grew up.
      2. To be fair (we have to be fair, don’t we?) there should be a procedure for males as well.

      • winoceros

        Ah, but remember, only women have reproductive rights. Men don’t get to decide what happens to fetuses, either. So fathers and male babies don’t count.

  • Gary

    Pronounced correctly, she is well named.

  • http://twitter.com/judywmiller judy w. miller

    @SandraFluke Forget that on Sonagram one can see a heartbeat & purpose in movement. You idiot. You are no better than a Nazi oven-operator.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1003376721 Sheldon Cooper

    To a liberal like Sandra Floozy, a child’s life is only valuable when it can be exploited to progress an agenda. (See Sandy Hook)

  • BoltUp

    So according to this genius of a woman, losing an election means you drop all of your beliefs and positions…

  • lillymckim

    Only thing Sandra Fluke has taught any woman is how to be alive in “2013” and still be dependent.
    So 1950’s

  • luvlifesance

    WHO IN THE HELL Is this DINGBAT

  • libertychicktoo

    Does anyone else wish Sandra Fluke would just go away? Isn’t she supposed to be in law school? Seems like she’s found a new career – – Obama mouthpiece.

  • http://twitter.com/LibertyRanger Liberty Ranger

    Why is it if you murder a pregnant woman it is Murder with SPECIAL circumstances and is generally an automatic Death Penalty case. I mean those unborn have no rights so how can a murderer be tried for killing a life that does not exist.

  • TheOriginalDonald

    FIFY RT @PTwitGeorgia @SandraFluke DEMOCRATS will never change their agenda or mindset.

  • texaswc

    Don’t want to get pregnant? Don’t spread your legs and screw…Of course, that requires a moral standard to be maintained…

    At the instant of fertilization, your baby’s genes and sex are set. Within 24 hours of being fertilized it starts dividing very fast into many cells. It keeps dividing as it moves slowly through the fallopian tube to the uterus.

    Every new life begins at conception. This is an irrefutable fact of biology.

    Some info, and sources follow, after the excerpt I show next…

    ——

    Read this, carefully, and fully: http://www.e-forensicmedicine.net/code.htm

    Small excerpt from this link…

    “All future developmental events are encoded in the original fertilized cell. As more and more cell divisions occur, the cells are able to use less and less of the genetic information although the full gamut of information is present in every cell. This specialization or differentiation first begins at the 3 cell stage and continues thereafter. by a unique reaction calledmethylation where a chemical group called a methyl group is attached to certain genetic base sequences which shuts off specific genetic information in a manner likened to that of a series of switches. For example, by shutting off certain switches, some cells are designed to become liver cells and can only produce liver cells. The same is true of kidney cells, heart cells, brain cells etc. Another important area that must be addressed is the assertion by freedom of choice advocates that the conceptus is part of the mother’s body and therefore she has a right to do what she wants regarding her own body.This is completely incorrect. The conceptus is a separate and distinct human being and contains its own 46 individualized chromosomes different from that of the mother throughout all stages of development. They each have a separate circulation, separate organs as brain, heart, kidneys, liver, the same or different blood types, and are of the same or different sex. The conceptus is as much a part of the father as it is of the mother. Recent studies show that the membranes that enclose the conceptus is derived from information encoded in the spermatozoa which provides for separation of the conceptus from the mother otherwise the mother’s immune system would destroy the conceptus.”

    ——
    MORE TO READ
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    Faye Wattleton, the longest reigning president of the largest abortion provider in the United States – Planned Parenthood – argued as far back as 1997 that everyone already knows that abortion kills. She proclaims the following in an interview with Ms. Magazine:

    I think we have deluded ourselves into believing that people don’t know that abortion is killing. So any pretense that abortion is not killing is a signal of our ambivalence, a signal that we cannot say yes, it kills a fetus.

    ——

    On the other side of the pond, Ann Furedi, the chief executive of the largest independent abortion provider in the UK, said this in a 2008 debate:

    We can accept that the embryo is a living thing in the fact that it has a beating heart, that it has its own genetic system within it. It’s clearly human in the sense that it’s not a gerbil, and we can recognize that it is human life… the point is not when does human life begin, but when does it really begin to matter?

    ——

    Naomi Wolf, a prominent feminist author and abortion supporter, makes a similar concession when she writes:

    Clinging to a rhetoric about abortion in which there is no life and no death, we entangle our beliefs in a series of self-delusions, fibs and evasions. And we risk becoming precisely what our critics charge us with being: callous, selfish and casually destructive men and women who share a cheapened view of human life…we need to contextualize the fight to defend abortion rights within a moral framework that admits that the death of a fetus is a real death.

    ——

    David Boonin, in his book, A Defense of Abortion, makes this startling admission:

    In the top drawer of my desk, I keep [a picture of my son]. This picture was taken on September 7, 1993, 24 weeks before he was born. The sonogram image is murky, but it reveals clear enough a small head tilted back slightly, and an arm raised up and bent, with the hand pointing back toward the face and the thumb extended out toward the mouth. There is no doubt in my mind that this picture, too, shows [my son] at a very early stage in his physical development. And there is no question that the position I defend in this book entails that it would have been morally permissible to end his life at this point.

    ——

    Peter Singer, contemporary philosopher and public abortion advocate, joins the chorus in his book, Practical Ethics. He writes:

    It is possible to give ‘human being’ a precise meaning. We can use it as equivalent to ‘member of the species Homo sapiens’. Whether a being is a member of a given species is something that can be determined scientifically, by an examination of the nature of the chromosomes in the cells of living organisms. In this sense there is no doubt that from the first moments of its existence an embryo conceived from human sperm and eggs is a human being.

    ——

    Bernard Nathanson co-founded one of the most influential abortion advocacy groups in the world (NARAL) and once served as medical director for the largest abortion clinic in America. In 1974, he wrote an article for theNew England Journal of Medicine in which he states, “There is no longer serious doubt in my mind that human life exists within the womb from the very onset of pregnancy…”

    Some years later, he would reiterate:

    There is simply no doubt that even the early embryo is a human being. All its genetic coding and all its features are indisputably human. As to being, there is no doubt that it exists, is alive, is self-directed, and is not the the same being as the mother–and is therefore a unified whole.

    ——

    The problem is, Roe vs. Wade, the landmark 1973 verdict which legalized abortion in the U.S. is actually built on the claim that there’s no way to say for certain whether or not abortion kills because no one can say for certain when life begins. Justice Harry Blackmun, who authored the majority opinion wrote:

    The judiciary, at this point in the development of man’s knowledge, is not in a position to… resolve the difficult question of when life begins… since those trained in the respective disciplines of medicine, philosophy, and theology are unable to arrive at any consensus.

    ——

    Justice Blackmun’s assertion is a ridiculous one, at least as it applies to the field of medicine. Dr. Nathanson had this to say about the ruling:

    Of course, I was pleased with Justice Harry Blackmun’s abortion decisions, which were an unbelievably sweeping triumph for our cause, far broader than our 1970 victory in New York or the advances since then. I was pleased with Blackmun’s conclusions, that is. I could not plumb the ethical or medical reasoning that had produced the conclusions. Our final victory had been propped up on a misreading of obstetrics, gynecology, and embryology, and that’s a dangerous way to win.

    ——

    FOOTNOTES/SOURCES

    Faye Wattleton, “Speaking Frankly,” Ms., May / June 1997, Volume VII, Number 6, 67.

    Ann Furedi, “Abortion: A Civilised Debate,” Battle of Ideas, (London, England, November 1, 2008).

    Naomi Wolf, “Our Bodies, Our Souls,” The New Republic, October 16, 1995, 26.

    David Boonin, A Defense of Abortion (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003), xiv.

    Peter Singer, Practical Ethics, 2nd ed. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993, 2008), 85-86.

    Bernard N. Nathanson, M.D., “Deeper into Abortion,” New England Journal of Medicine, November 28, 1974, Vol. 291, No. 22: 1189-1190.

    Bernard N. Nathanson, M.D., The Hand of God (Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, 1996), 131.

    Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973).

    Bernard N. Nathanson, M.D., Aborting America (New York: Pinnacle Books, 1979), 163.

    ——

    DO WE NEED TO SAY ANY MORE???? ABORTION IS MURDER…

  • notenoughtime

    Will never understand why smart, intelligent women (1) look to Fluke as a spokesperson and (2) do not embrace the gift women were given to carry life. Animals have more rights and empathy in this country than the unborn human life!

  • bl1962

    Why do Lizbo’s like Fluke need birth control anyway