Tuesday, March 13, 2012

The Importance of Changing the Subject

Bill Clinton perfected "deny, deny, deny". Sandra Fluke and the Democrats are perfecting "change the subject". With the help of CNN, opinion disguised as news changes the subject from the absurdity of Sandra Fluke's testimony (recounted ad infinitum). The "Sticks and Stones may break my bones" statements by Fluke and the attempt to drive the conversation back to "those old, mean white men in the Republican Party don't want me to have contraception just make her look more foolish. Only the true believers accept what she says at face value. Only a fool would believe this tripe: Thanks to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, preventive care services, including contraception, will be covered by private insurance plans without co-pays or deductibles. If appropriately implemented, this important law will finally guarantee women access to contraception, regardless of the religious affiliation of their workplace or school.

Who does she think pays for this stuff? It's not the insurance companies, it's those who pay the premiums. That the religious institution is paying the premium means the religious institution is paying for the birth control. Sandra Fluke is lying. There is no conspiracy to restrict access to contraception. Only a desire to enforce thee First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. Government has no business interfering in religion. It's that pesky,"free exercise thereof" that we are defending.

Fluke may or may not be a third-year law student, but more than that, she is a an activist bent on forcing her view of morality on the rest of the country.  She is perfectly willing to change the subject to make that happen.

1 comment:

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

She's a slut that wants our money for sex.