More than a contraception problem

Keith Riler
By now you probably know of Sandra Fluke.  She is the Georgetown law student who wants us to pay her annual birth control bill, which birth control she has testified can cost up to $3,000 a year.  As she says, For a lot of students who, like me, are on public interest scholarships, that's practically an entire summer's salary. I am concerned Ms. Fluke may have a much bigger problem than access to birth control; she may be a birth control addict.  Consider that Planned Parenthood offers monthly birth control pills to 30 year old single women, even women with a $200,000 annual income, for $21 per month ($252 per year).  The metropolitan DC Planned Parenthood is 2.3 miles from Georgetown, where Ms. Fluke attends classes. At $3,000 a year, Ms. Fluke is buying twelve times as many pills as she needs.  This isn't funny.  This poor woman is popping an average of 12 pills a day.  She needs help and fast.  Nancy, Barbara and Patty, please don't treat...(Read Full Post)

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