Mature Women don't Cry-yi-yi,

Notice who is whining and crying and basically misrepresenting Monday's Supreme Court Hobby Lobby decision. To paraphrase a popular song of the early 60s "little girls do cry-yi-yi-yi, it's just an alibi." Those little girls, those passive, helpless women – girls, really, no matter their age -- and especially their enablers who encourage this passivity, this helplessness to increase their own inverted sense of superiority, are the complaining ones, the ones who, willfully or not, are spinning out alibis about the impact of this Supreme Court decision.

Yes, I'm referring to you Sandra Fluke, you, the poor little rich girl, the helpless law student who parlayed a spoiled student public cry-yi-yi about a Catholic school's refusal to pay for her birth control into a speaking gig at the Democratic National Convention, and now as a candidate for California state senator (no, I won't give you the link).  She cry-yi-yies crocodile tears on twitter and misrepresents the impact of the Hobby Lobby decision.  

And she passed the bar how? 











Help denounce #HobbyLobby decision &show a woman’s boss should NOT have say in her health care

Sandra Fluke @SandraFluke · 20h

Let’s use this moment 2 send a message that we r tired of #SCOTUS putting corp. interests ahead of women's rights. 

House OversightDems @OversightDems · 23h

.@RepCummings&@SandraFluke: "We cannot ignore the interests & health of our nation's women." #HobbyLobby

Sandra Fluke @SandraFluke · Jun 30

Supreme Court rules that bosses can deny employees coverage of birth control. #HobbyLobby#NotMyBossBusiness

Sandra Fluke @SandraFluke · Jun 30

A woman’s boss should not have a say in her health care decisions-stakes are too high for us to be silent #HobbyLobby 

Sandra Fluke @SandraFluke · Jun 29

Read why I think private employers shouldn’t have a say in their employees’ health care decisions. #HobbyLobby 

Sandra Fluke @SandraFluke · Jun 29

My opinion on #HobbyLobby: corporations are not people.  RT if you agree

Sandra Fluke @SandraFluke · Jun 29

Raise YOUR voice around the #HobbyLobby case and say: No one’s boss should have say in their health care decisions. 

You're absolutely correct, Sandra -- and I can call you that, can't I? -- that a woman's private and personal decisions are her own and not her employer's; therefore they are not the business of her boss or their financial responsibility. For instance, if a woman -- not a girl -- wants birth control she can just go and buy it at any convenient pharmacy.  

No alibis. Her employer probably really, really,does not want to know about it and doesn't really need to.  

Yes, I'm referring to you Terry O'Neill, president of the National Organization of Women, who falsely compares this ruling to the evils of apartheid and segregation, thereby minimizing the latter two's true horrors while further denigrating women. Oh, and for good (well, bad) measure she forgets all about diversity and tolerance, smearing religion and its followers as she too misinterprets the ruling. 

The Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of protecting religious freedom for private business owners is on par with arguments favoring race-based segregation in South Africa and the United States in the past, according to National Organization for Women president Terry O’Neill.

“I think it’s really important to remember apartheid in South Africa was justified on religious grounds; the Southern Baptist Convention justified slavery, and later Jim Crow and segregation, on religious grounds,” O’Neill said on MSNBC on Monday. “There are some religious beliefs we no longer honor in our government, and the Supreme Court is simply wrong to honor gender bigotry that Hobby Lobby stores and Conestoga Wood are promoting.”

“It’s bigotry to keep women away from having basic health care,” she added.

And yes, you, poor little Hillary Rodham Clinton, you Yale Law School graduate who proudly defended a rapist by withholding crucial evidence, I'm talking to you too, although at this point, what difference does it make?  

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday called the Supreme Court’s ruling that employers with religious objections can refuse to pay for insurance coverage for contraception “deeply disturbing.” (snip)

Clinton was speaking at a Facebook Live session at the Aspen Ideas Festival in Aspen, Colorado.

“I obviously disagree,” Clinton said, “I obviously disagree… I disagree with the reasoning as well as the conclusion.”

During her remarks on the topic, Clinton said “this element” is seen in foreign countries where women are deprived of rights. “Among those rights is control over their bodies, control over their own health care, control over the size of their families,” she said. “It is a disturbing trend that you see in a lot of societies that are very unstable, anti-democratic, and frankly prone to extremism.” (snip)

 Where women and women’s bodies are used as the defining and unifying issue to bring together people — men — to get them to behave in ways that are disadvantageous to women but which prop up them because of their religion, their sect, their tribe, whatever. So to introduce this element into our society… it’s very troubling that a sales clerk at Hobby Lobby who needs contraception, which is pretty expensive, is not going to get that service through her employer’s health care plan because her employer doesn’t think she should be using contraception.”

Uh, Hillary, you're a lawyer and that's not what Hobby Lobby said. As I said tho, what difference does it make? The difference is you cheaply got in your feminist street cred with this sad alibi-i-i and for you, that's all that counts.  

And I'm also speaking to you, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts Indian), who li-yi-yied that her "high cheekbones" (racist!) indicated she was a minority, Native American category, which along with her husband's job at Harvard Law School, qualified her for a job as law professor at Harvard Law School.  She too, li-yi-yies again. about the decision.  

Elizabeth Warren @elizabethforma · Jun 30

Can't believe we live in a world where we'd even consider letting big corps deny women access to basic care based on vague moral objections.

Based on your past behavior, I believe you'd say and/or do anything to get your way.  

And finally, I'm talking to you, all you liberal women everywhere, in the media, in government, and those just babbling everywhere on social media waging war on women. And girls. Stop it!  Read the decision and stop exploiting yourself, degrading yourself and other females.  

Now, to all the little girls, stop cry-yi-yi-ying. Wipe your tears and remember, big girls don't cry-yi-yi-y, they act and become women.  

You want birth control? Well, courtesy of Weasel Zippers here's some information for you. Go out and buy it for yourself for just $9 a month without insurance.  And the transaction is just between you and your pharmacy; your employer and anyone else doesn't have to know.  

And this is without insurance.

Kroger Generic Drug List and Kroger Store Locator
Sprintec or Trinessa: $9/month or $24/3 months
Price may higher in CA, MN, WY

Target Generic Drug List (under women’s health) and Target Store Locator
Sprintec or Tri-sprintec: $9/month
Price may be higher in CA, MN, MT, PA, RI, TN, WI, and WY.

Wal-Mart Generic Drug List (under women’s health) and Wal-Mart Store Locator
Sprintec or Tri-sprintec $9/month
Price may be higher in CA, HI, MN, MT, PA, TN, WI, and WY.

Sam’s Club
Sam’s Club Generic Drug List and Sam’s Club Store Locator
Sprintec or Tri-sprintec: $9/month
Price may be higher in CA, HI, MN, MT, PA, TN, WI, and WY.

See, that was easy, wasn't it?  Isn't it fun and enabling to do things for yourself?  No cry-yi-ying now.