TIME Honors Sandra Fluke as ‘Person of the Year’ Finalist.
That thirty-something Georgetown Student who had enough money for the 50,000 per year tuition at her upscale law-school, but who cried for public support of her birth control pills, could be Time Magazine’s person of the year!!
Pharmer might have been more sympathetic had Fluke cried for public support of her valacyclovir, clindamycin, metronidazole, ceftriaxone, azithromycin, doxycycline, benzathine penicillin, imiquimod, or whatever antiretroviral she might need in the future. After all, those are used to treat infectious disease states, which she might inadvertently obtain while plying her wares.
Time’s symbol of our times is a whining, useless, dysfunctional female, crying for tax support of her demand for recreational drugs and devices.
It must be the Year of the Parasite.
Will we also be expected to buy her personal massager, once she becomes so nastaaay that no guy will get near her?
You can cast your vote for or against the parasite of the year right HERE.
Birth Control and Reproductive Rights – NYTimes.com.
Some anonymous leftie at the New York Times praises Obama’s decision to trample on the human rights of religiously affiliated health care employers. The article wanders from this to weeping about those who oppose being made to pay for the recreational drugs and abortions desired by others.
Yes, birth control pills, when used for that purpose are recreational drugs, and almost all abortions are recreational procedures. They are optional, and support the pursuit of sex as a mini-vacation, purely for the fun of it.
This short editorial covers a lot of territory, moving next to the Texas rule mandating sonograms before abortions (allowing detection of ectopic pregnancies, and permitting more safety for the woman.) This regulation does not mandate that a woman be shown her sonogram, but does require that basic information be offered to her in order to support informed consent for the abortion procedure.
It is vastly amusing to see a leftist decrying “intrusion into the doctor patient relationship”. Medicare, medicaid and thousands of health care regulations are all about government standing between the patient and the physician. The vast majority of this intrusion has been at the behest of the leftists. One measure to provide for patient safety and informed consent with respect to abortion causes these same people to go ballistic.