President Obama Agrees With Rush Limbagh's Comments On Fluke
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I know what you are thinking. I'm wrong, right? President Obama called Fluke to offer his support. He not only does not agree with Limbaugh, he completely disagrees with him. It is the Republicans that are sexist. It is Limbaugh who attacked all women with his comments. It is President Obama who is indeed standing up for Sandra Fluke, and all women. Rush even admits that his comments were wrong now, so score this as a win for Obama and the left. Right? Perhaps I will. It is a win for Obama most likely, and it is a win for the left. But if it is, what does this say about women in our Country? I found an interesting article over at the Associated Press, and it is chock full of good stuff that 99% of you will miss when you read it. I had the advantage of knowing what the left already thinks of women. I had the foreknowledge that Obama and company already view you ladies as sluts and prostitutes. I set in motion a plan to prove it. I didn't need to, thank you AP.
First, the plan.
When I wrote my first article on the topic, I decided to be factually correct but very politically incorrect. I wanted there to be no dispute that what I was saying was true, but I wanted the article to anger leftists enough so that they would still attack me. It worked. It wasn't long until one of my friends on the left pointed out that the comments by Limbaugh were an attack on all women. Here is a headline that links to an article that makes this very point.
But in reality, what did Limbaugh call Fluke? He called her a "slut" and a "prostitute." What do these words mean?
Slut: "A person, especially a woman, considered sexually promiscuous."
Prostitute: " One who solicits and accepts payment for sex acts."
Notice that neither one of these words by definition apply solely to women, and the second one doesn't even suggest a gender? I wonder why it is then that when liberals hear the word "prostitute" they automatically think "woman." Why is it that when they hear one woman called a "slut" they think that all women should be offended? Do liberals think that all women are sluts? Consider this run down from the Associated Press.
Aides said Obama, a father of two daughters, read about Limbaugh's comments and wanted to reach out to Fluke to offer his support. After consulting with advisers, Obama called Fluke from the Oval Office on Friday afternoon.
Well isn't that interesting? He was so offended that he immediately... consulted with advisers? But even more telling is the way that the author sees all of this playing out.
Courting female voters is central to Obama's re-election strategy. He won the White House in part because of a significant gender gap in the general election voting. In 2008, women preferred Obama over Arizona Sen. John McCain, with 56 percent of female voters siding with Obama and 43 percent with the GOP nominee, according to exit poll data.
Obama's 2012 campaign frequently points to polling suggesting a similar trend could be shaping up in 2012. A CNN poll from January showed Obama leading Romney among women nationally, 53 percent to 45 percent. That margin only increased in hypothetical matchups with Santorum and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
Oh, so this is political strategy for Obama? What about the rest of the Democrats?
Democratic lawmakers are also seeking to capitalize on Limbaugh's comments. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said in a letter to supporters that Democrats had raised more than $1.6 million on the contraception issue.
And here we get to the heart of the issue. In an election year, out of nowhere, George Stephanopoulos decides to question Santorum about his feelings on birth control. Shortly thereafter, President Obama's H&HS Secretary announces this plan to have insurance pay for birth control. And now we have Nancy Pelosi not just admitting to, but openly bragging that this was a fundraising move?
President Obama should have been apologizing to Fluke, not calling to give his support. She was a victim and a pawn of the left. The Democrats invited this woman to testify before Congress, but her testimony was not allowed because she was not a qualified witness. So why not find a doctor who could testify about her patients who attend a Catholic School? Why was Sandra Fluke so important? Because the Democrats didn't want qualified testimony. They wanted the idiotic ranting that this woman was sure to deliver. This wasn't about getting women access to contraceptives. They already have that. This was about sending a woman out there who was naive and stupid that a right wing pundit was sure to respond. So instead of getting a qualified witness, they trotted this girl in front of a Democrat policy committee, and the rest is history.
This issue isn't about Sandra Fluke's sex life. If she is a prostitute, then who are her pimps? Who consulted strategists to see how they could best capitalize on her misfortune? Who is bragging that they have raised $1.6 million off of the negative attention that she has suffered? The answer is simple. It is the same people who sent her out to do the job. Sandra Fluke's sex life has scored the Democrats over a million dollars. I don't know what they call that where you come from, but where I come from that is a pimp.
You Democrats can tout all you want about how you are the party that looks out for women. Bologna. You are the party that exploits them. Rush Limbaugh only called her a prostitute. It was the Democrats that turned her into one. And now they are counting on buying the votes of the rest of you women with a couple of packs of condoms.