Sandra Fluke is back and the Democrats have her

She's ba-a-a-ck! Sandra Fluke, the law student who whined to a Congressional committee that the absence of contraception in her student insurance coverage would cost her thousands annually because she couldn't find her way to a local pharmacy to purchase it all by herself for under $15 per month, is continuing her role as armed puppet in the Democrats' war on women. Well, at least she has some sort of job as Democrat dupe, unlike the 8.2% officially unemployed ignored by President Barack Hussein Obama (D) and followers.

Jake Tapper of ABC News reports:

The Obama campaign will later today send out a mass e-mail to supporters from abortion rights activist Sandra Fluke criticizing the comments of embattled Missouri Senate candidate Rep. Todd Akin, R-Mo., and trying to tie them to the GOP presidential platform, ABC News has learned.

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Fluke will also be announced as a speaker at the Democratic National Convention. Her email today will note that the Republican National Convention adopted a platform plank today that opposed abortion, with no exceptions mentioned. The Obama campaign has been calling this plank "the Akin Amendment" since Akin's controversial comments from Sunday were made in an attempt to explain his opposition to abortion in all circumstances, even for women who were raped.

Whoopi Goldberg, film director Roman Polanski and former President Bill Clinton (D) could not be reached for comment. Perhaps their mouths finally shut down.


She's ba-a-a-ck! Sandra Fluke, the law student who whined to a Congressional committee that the absence of contraception in her student insurance coverage would cost her thousands annually because she couldn't find her way to a local pharmacy to purchase it all by herself for under $15 per month, is continuing her role as armed puppet in the Democrats' war on women. Well, at least she has some sort of job as Democrat dupe, unlike the 8.2% officially unemployed ignored by President Barack Hussein Obama (D) and followers.

Jake Tapper of ABC News reports:

The Obama campaign will later today send out a mass e-mail to supporters from abortion rights activist Sandra Fluke criticizing the comments of embattled Missouri Senate candidate Rep. Todd Akin, R-Mo., and trying to tie them to the GOP presidential platform, ABC News has learned.

(snip)

Fluke will also be announced as a speaker at the Democratic National Convention. Her email today will note that the Republican National Convention adopted a platform plank today that opposed abortion, with no exceptions mentioned. The Obama campaign has been calling this plank "the Akin Amendment" since Akin's controversial comments from Sunday were made in an attempt to explain his opposition to abortion in all circumstances, even for women who were raped.

Whoopi Goldberg, film director Roman Polanski and former President Bill Clinton (D) could not be reached for comment. Perhaps their mouths finally shut down.


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