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LIMBAUGH: Comments insulting, insensitive

Letter by Edgar L. Braun, Graham on March 2, 2012 at 2:58 pm with 77 Comments »
March 3, 2012 9:10 am

We have freedom of speech and look what we get: Rush Limbaugh comments to the Georgetown University student that were insulting, hurtful and insensitive (TNT, 3-2).

He is a “real” piece of work. He should be banned from spewing his disgusting trash.

Comments → 77
  1. Limbaugh speaks for the Conservative Right.

  2. concernedtacoma7 says:

    Banned? Obviously not a fan of Constitution.

    This woman placed herself in the political arena. She opened herself up for criticism.

    $3000 for birth control? What does that say about her virtues, and intelligence?

  3. Poster child for the Republican Party

  4. menopaws says:

    Thank you from women everywhere…….That young woman is someone’s daughter and by standing up for her beliefs, she was branded,with ugliness. There is no excuse for his language. I have heard that his ratings have been dropping. This is a vile way for anyone to grab the spotlight. I hope people pay attention to how mean-spirited and nasty this man is. He also, years ago, called an adolescent (age 13) Chelsea Clinton ugly and has made mean remarks about Michelle Obama. He has some serious issues with women and should be treated like the abuser he truly is.Regardless of the issue, you treat women with respect and the favor is returned. If Mr. Limbaugh was in a crosswalk while I was in my car, I am not sure if I could return that favor!!!!!

  5. No wonder the NFL denied him and his millions to become an NFL team owner. Decent Americans can see his through his facade that he’s a immoral individual.

  6. flamotte says:

    Men don’t need birth control because they are natural born ‘studs.’ Women need birth control because they are natural born ‘sluts.’ God forbid that we should ever drag men in front of the cameras and ridicule their sexuality. They couldn’t handle it. They would wilt.

  7. concernedtacoma7 says:

    Yet Bill Maher gets a pass on language far worse. Nice double standard.

    This woman spends $3000 in law school to have sex. You can spin it however you like, but that is ridiculous. And asking others to pay for her to entertain herself in that fashion is disgusting.

    Instead of calling her, why doesn’t he work on something, anything, that helps our nation. Not golf weather so he burns up the phone line making morale calls to partisan clowns as a PR stunt.

    Why not call a Soldier in Afghanistan and see if he is OK? Call former employee of one of his failed green jobs to see if he/she is OK? Well, that would not keep the national conversation on social issues.

  8. ReadNLearn says:

    This woman is either lying or else she’s the most sexually active woman in that school! Planned Parenthood prescriptions for birth control cost about $75 a year. The only way she could be using a grand in birth control a year is in condoms! She’s doing it 1,000 times a year? and at that rate, she’d be getting a volume discount! Anything else and she’s very sexually active WITHOUT STD protection!

    Others are responsible for her sexual antics?

  9. ReadNLearn says:

    BTW, she’s unmarried and exceptionally sexually active. If I were a married man like President Obama, I’d definitely not be making calls to her. Only one reason men will even talk to her in the future, and some will come calling, apparently three times a day.

  10. LushDumbaugh says:

    you cant ban me from the radio

    that is for people you dislike onna blog

    (hic)

    firs amemmment and all that

  11. Did I trip into a chat for teenage boys? Grown men would know that a woman must take pills all the time for them to be effective if they have sex only once. Limbaugh isn’t the only perv it seems.

  12. LucyLew! Have you heard about Plan-B? You don’t need to take those “all the time for them to be effective.”

  13. muckibr, Plan B is for emergencies. If I’m being responsible, I don’t need Plan B. Would you men prefer that we women just keep taking your lead on this birth control thing, or are we capable of making adult decisions on our own? You are proof that a man need not be as disgusting as Limbaugh to insult a woman.

  14. And one wonders why he needs viagra- men who are so abusive obviously are compensating for what is lacking somewhere else.

  15. concernedtacoma7 says:

    LL- make your own decisions!!! Now, pay for them too.

    You can sleep with a village for all I care, but do not ask anyone else to pay for your choice.

  16. sumyungboi says:

    What makes free speech great and awesome is that a person can listen, think, and agree or disagree. In third world holes where Edgar’s wishes might actually be realized, citizens ask themselves, “what is the government afraid of?”

    Another note on free speech, you don’t have the right to make people listen. I personally doubt that Edgar listens to Limbaugh anyway, and only wanted to do his progressive duty by complaining.

  17. LucyLew, I did not write anything that was insulting to you or any other women. I simply asked you a question regarding Plan-B. If you found that in any way insulting then you must have had a serious chip on your shoulder against men before my non-insulting question was posed.

    By comparing me to Rush Limbaugh I now feel I have been insulted by you, for no justification whatsoever. Please reacquaint yourself with the rules of this blog which state in part, “We welcome comments. Please keep them civil,” I have been civil to you, I would expect the same in return if you don’t mind.

  18. Final_Analysis says:

    Could someone explain to me why I should help pay for birth control for someone who can afford to attend Georgetown law school?

    Isn’t that what we should be discussing?

  19. No it wasn’t sandy. It was simply a question following up her comment that appeared as if she was not aware of anything other than The Pill that is taken every day.

    She wrote “a woman must take pills all the time for them to be effective” and that’s not actually true, is it?

  20. concernedtacoma7 says:

    With you on this one, muck. The peanut galley should be ignored, your point is valid. For occasional encounters, there are other methods.

  21. the3rdpigshouse says:

    Rush cuts to the chase with accurate reporting! If you want to lose your lunch – listen to the maggot Bill Mar!!!

  22. Objective says:

    menopaws

    March 2, 2012 at 3:19 pm

    Thank you from women everywhere…….That young woman is someone’s daughter and by standing up for her beliefs, she was branded,with ugliness. There is no excuse for his language. I have heard that his ratings have been dropping. This is a vile way for anyone to grab the spotlight. I hope people pay attention to how mean-spirited and nasty this man is. He also, years ago, called an adolescent (age 13) Chelsea Clinton ugly and has made mean remarks about Michelle Obama. He has some serious issues with women and should be treated like the abuser he truly is.Regardless of the issue, you treat women with respect and the favor is returned. If Mr. Limbaugh was in a crosswalk while I was in my car, I am not sure if I could return that favor!!!!!
    _________________________________________________________________

    This stuff goes on all the time with both sides. Heck you even prove it with your thoughts of killing Limbaugh, if he was in a crosswalk.

  23. Vox_clamantis_in_deserto says:

    Could someone explain to me why I should help pay for birth control for someone who can afford to attend Georgetown law school?

    Isn’t that what we should be discussing?

    Thank you.

  24. concernedtacoma7 says:

    And who wants a lawyer that spent $3k on BC throughout school? How much studying could have been going on?

  25. I thought Insurance was the one that was paying, not tax payers. Rush keeps getting free passes, what a hypocrite, condemn druggies while being one.

  26. PlaneJane says:

    The lady that spoke to congress stated that her concern was her insurance that she purchased through Georgetown refused to help pay for contraceptives.

    Why is anyone talking about paying for her? It’s just another opportunity to degrade women, even if you lie about what they said

  27. sandblower says:

    The righties’ comments here are despicable even if they don’t know the facts. What the woman said was the BC “could” cost as much as $3000 for one’s time in law school, which can run from 3-7 years. And to be prescribed for the medications involved, there are other expenses just to get past the Doctor’s examining room door. The cost has nothing to do with sexual encounters by numbers; that was the quick spin “flush rush” put on it.
    The woman bashing here is so objectionable as to cause one to hold the bashers in severe contempt. That happens because they are “severe conservatives.” Oh well, tell me something else that is startlingly new.

  28. Sand, Very well put, to defend Rush in general I find strange.

  29. concernedtacoma7 says:

    Wow, it must be far left hour on TNT.

    Theo- users of BC are druggies? And insurance is pooled. My premium can pay for your illness, and visa versa. End of the day costs are paid for by all users. Oh, and who is the biggest healthcare provider?

    Jane- this about individual choices. Oh, and with zero to minimal income as a student above 26, who pays for her partying?

    Blow- this is not about women’s rights. It is about individual choices, responsibility, the Constitution, and a ‘give me’ mentality. My wife, not a poster here but definately a woman, agrees 100% that the left is way off base on this argument. We are talking about a very small sum, available to the poor for free at PP.

  30. He is an ugly, ugly man. I don’t remember reading than Miss Fluke actually paid $3,000 for birth control pills. I think she just said it could cost that much. The form of pills that I took for a gynaecological problem many years ago was not considered strong enough for birth control so maybe that has changed. I notice he has a cochlear implant. That surgery costs $40,000 to $50,000. Who paid for that? He must have affordable insurance.

  31. PlaneJane says:

    I took a minute to look up the video on youtube. I doubt that any of those that have jeered and made derogatory statements about women will be the least bit interested in this, but for the few wanting to know the truth – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlRC0nsjtKQ

    Ms. Fluke relates a story of a student learning her insurance didn’t cover contraceptives.

    The stupidity of thinking that continual birth control equates to continual sexual activity is astounding. Until reading these comments, I would have never though so many could deduce such a childish conclusion.

    Worse yet, is an earlier comment, obviously by a male, telling a woman to use Plan B. Aside from the obvious arrogance from a man who thinks he knows more about women’s health care than a woman herself, his advice was incredibly wrong. Plan B is an emergency contraceptive only. When his advise was refuted, his response was that she had a resentment with men. If not then, I’ll bet she has one with at least one man now.

    I’m amazed at how people run to the defense of Rush Limbuagh. How easily they forgot the outrage of a progressive media person calling a conservative women a “slut” and their subsequent calling for his firing, which did result in a self imposed suspension. The hypocrisy is overwhelming. This is a sad day for American women.

  32. PlaneJane says:

    concerned, this is about a third party getting involved inbetween the insurer and the insured.

    After seeing your disgusting comment to LucyLew, I’d prefer that you not direct any further comments my way. I have no desire to engage such a vile individual.

  33. That twit from Georgetown can’t even enter into the most basic of human relationships without government assistance. If this is the best evolution can do, we need to go back to the trees.

  34. concernedtacoma7 says:

    Jane- welcome to a public forum. Grow some thicker skin.

    The left is acting like there is a critical issue that needs to be addressed. It is 2012. Somehow women (and their partners) have managed before BHO to pay for BC or deal with the ramifications.

    I am sure you are writing letters to BHO demanding he returns BM’s money due to his C-word comments and overt sexism.

  35. concernedtacoma7 says:

    From your moniker I can see you had very little need for BC. Perhaps I know more about the subject than you.

    Just trying to play along with that huge, sexist, self righteous chip on your shoulder.

  36. concernedtacoma7 says:

    Funny, none of you code pink progressives will comment on Bill Maher. Chickens.

  37. Final_Analysis says:

    Yes we do all pay for it. To those who don’t understand how insurance works, when you increase the benefits, the insurance companies just raise the rates. There is no free lunch.

  38. bobcat1a says:

    Rush Limbaugh must be the dumbest human alive about female anatomy and conception. His comments seem to suggest that he believes birth control cost is based on number of sexual contacts. He obviously, as is true for most of his defenders, has no idea what Sandra Fluke testified about. Her testimony was in no way revelatory of any sexual activity on her part or others. She testified about a number of women with painful and debilitating conditions which are only ameliorated by the use of birth control pills. Perhaps Rush and his defenders could read her testimony before commenting on it since it is available on the internet for those curious about facts rather than fantasy. “You can have your own opinion but you can’t have your own facts.” Those are immutable.
    Besides, every time Rush opens his mouth he wins votes for the Democrats and President Obama. Rush sells hysteria and only the fatuous believe a word he says. And as to his influence in Republican politics, a Republican strategist once remarked, When it comes to getting votes, “Rush Limbaugh couldn’t deliver pizza.”

  39. LarryAgan says:

    Don’t anyone tell concernedtacoma7 that a reference to looks would be “Plain”.

    The woman’s moniker was “PlaneJane”, probably a reference to being a pilot. I’m thinking that she is probably more attractive than a pimple faced boy living in moms attic, who has barely passed puberty and is fixated on the sex that he has never gotten.

    Interesting how she tried to tell concernedtacoma7 to back off, but the bully didn’t have the sense that the good Lord gave a goose, so the lady gave him a dose of his own medicine.

    The “I know you are but what am I” retort was amazing, for a 5th grader.

  40. LarryAgan says:

    Final:

    Well then, I guess we’ll just have to tell those insurance companies to quit paying for cancer treatment that I don’t need. Those cancer patients are taking my money.

    Can I join you in the idiots club? I think I just qualified

  41. concernedtacoma7 says:

    Kard, glad you changed monikers again. How many have been banned now?

    Ladies, BC is not rocket science. It is also not $3k. Grow up. Admit this woman was a poor spokesperson for your cause.

    Still waiting for one of you Type B softies to comment on BM….

  42. ReadNLearn says:

    Dudes! Don’t waste this opportunity.

    Listen to the discussion on this in person. If a woman supports here and calls her courageous and such, you can mark her down as either a current or past easy one…won’t take much to get her. If she thinks this woman’s behavior isn’t good, then you’re dealing with a lady and that’s someone worth marrying. If it’s your WIFE who is standing up for Fluke, sorry Dude, you married someone the rest of us used and tossed! Heck, might not be your kid!

  43. PlaneJane wrote on 3/2 @ 8:25: “Worse yet, is an earlier comment, obviously by a male, telling a woman to use Plan B. Aside from the obvious arrogance from a man who thinks he knows more about women’s health care than a woman herself, his advice was incredibly wrong. Plan B is an emergency contraceptive only. When his advise was refuted, his response was that she had a resentment with men. If not then, I’ll bet she has one with at least one man now.”

    If you take the time to reread my comment on 3/2 @ 4:31 PM, with an OBJECTIVE rather than SUBJECTIVE point of view, you will note I was NOT suggesting anything at all to LucyLew.

    She made the statement that “a woman must take pills all the time for them to be effective” LucyLew 3/2 @ 4:16 PM) which I responded to by simply pointing out her statement was not actually true. I wrote only this: “LucyLew! Have you heard about Plan-B? You don’t need to take those “all the time for them to be effective.” (muckibr 3/2 @ 4:31 PM)

    She immediately took offense and fired back with, “You are proof that a man need not be as disgusting as Limbaugh to insult a woman.” (LucyLew 3/2 @ 4:36 PM) Which, by the way, I find extremely rude, insulting, totally uncalled for and completely unjustified.

    Please reread my comment on 3/2 @ 4:31 PM. I did NOT suggest anything about using Plan-B in lieu of any other form of BC. I simply pointed out that she was mistaken in her comment that “a woman must take pills all the time”. LucyLew specifically wrote “must” as if that were the ONLY option for a woman. There is a Plan-B alternative that does NOT require taking pills “all the time.”

    For LucyLew, and for You PlaneJane, to make the huge LEAP to some conclusion that my comment was advocating the use of Plan-B instead of other forms of contraception clearly indicates that you both have read things into my comments that were not there, and thus you both came into this discussion with chips on your respective shoulders. Ladies! That’s why this subject cannot be discussed rationally, because YOU do NOT read what is written, YOU READ INTO what is written.

    Start being OBJECTIVE instead of SUBJECTIVE, and then we might be able to get somewhere useful in this discussion. That’s good advice for both LucyLew and PlaneJane as well as most of the rest of the commenters on this blog. READ WHAT IS WRITTEN, not what YOU THINK it says, just READ WHAT THE COMMENT ACTUALLY SAYS. Then make your comments.

    THIMK!

  44. concernedtacoma7 says:

    Muck, also being ignored are other BC options. A) don’t have sex B) condoms C) dams D) the list keeps going…

    Also, the risk of failed BC is a child (to state the obvious). A shared responsibility between partners. Only in modern times, due to progressive policies, has this become the public’s responsibility.

  45. LaughingLeroy says:

    The stupidity on the part of conservative males is enough to have me rolling on the ground. But the excuse comment by muckibr is enough to take the cake. Reminds me of Santorum trying to explain his way out of saying Kennedy made him want to throw up. All he needed to say was “I was wrong”. Two women and another commenter, plus me, see that he was insulting, but everyone else is wrong other than him. No one else gets it. Arrogance personified.

  46. RealDealLarry says:

    Nice try, muckibr and concerned. Only one problem It ain’t me. LOL

    I copied and pasted your earlier conversations with the Lucy for “the blog” and have been recording music for a demo CD for the rest of the night. Just jumped on to find out that I’m “LarryAgan” (who I think has been a commenter in the past) and then ‘Laughing Leroy”. LOL

    Tomorrow I’ll be in rehearsal with the R&B Show band, so maybe you can make me be someone else in your magical magnifying minds.

    The real funny part is how muckibr keeps telling everyone to ignore me, but he even conjures me up when I’m not even online. I think that’s called “paranoia”.

    The sadness of the deal is that Larry and Leroy HAVE to be me, because no one else would dare challenge The Great muckibr. I wonder how you find hats that fit around the ego in your head. Sorry muck, a few people called you on your arrogance and I guess I’ll just add to the pile. The women definitely put you in your place. You went into a filibuster deluxe trying to talk your way out. Massive failure, btw.

    Just so that you both get your panties in a bunch. I’m probably gonna change monikers again. Or maybe I won’t. In either case, I can’t seem to find that I’ve been “banned”. You’ll have to tell me how to detect it. I just keep plugging along.

    You know, I’ve been thinking…for all this talk about “First Amendment”, you two certainly want to silence anyone that disagrees with you. You’ll go to the point of making allegations about what people are thinking, as if you have a mind reading act. Sorry boys, I’m just commenting on stuff like everyone else. No special agenda, as you’d like to believe and it’s DEFINITELY, not about YOU.

    Have a wonderful weekend. We’ll probably bump into each other.

  47. Correction:

    Kardy’s 3 new monikers are: LushDumbaugh, LarryAgan and LaughingLeroy

    If you see any new comments with these screen names, your best move is to scroll past them. Ignore them completely, as they will be of no value to this discussion.

  48. And now he’s added RealDealLarry to the other three. IGNORE THEM ALL.

  49. Concerned, They already pay for the blue pill, but as a guy you probably except that, I’m tired of pitching for inept men. By the way, what the heck do you think having a baby costs the pool.

  50. LorettaDevine says:

    reading what these men write and how they talk to women makes me want to puke

  51. Muck, I would like to know who made king of the blog. Keep your comments of what other people should read to yourself, please. We can come to our own conclusions without your help.

  52. Pacman33 says:

    Georgetown University didn’t come out of this looking very good.
    The institution looks as if it puts out either liars or fools.

    Costco = $16 per month

    Walmart = $5 per month

    Planned Parenthood = $0 or nearly free

    Condom in a Bar Restroom = $0.25

    $3,000? = A Liar or A Fool

  53. concernedtacoma7 says:

    Loretta- just curious, do you damn Santorum for making the same comment?

    This is not about women’s healthcare (not this thread or the current debate). How did you survive throughout your active sexual life before BHO? This is about individual responsibility.

    Theo- where have I supported public or insurance funded ED drugs? How is that even part of this debate? As to the cost of BC vs a child, that is a slippery slope and unAmerican. Individual responsibility and drive are what made this country.

  54. She wrote “a woman must take pills all the time for them to be effective” and that’s not actually true, is it?

    Since “The Pill” is the universally accepted moniker for Combined oral contraceptive pill (COCP), your nitpicking is obviously not intended for the furtherance of civil discussion – you deserved any and all comebacks and comparisons to the Great Bloviator himself.

    You set the tone – don’t act offended if it came back at you.

  55. Wow, concerned is sure obsessed with women’s birth control – yet he buys his wife’s. If it costs so much and you have such a grand concern, there is an operation available that is covered by insurance. The fact that the REAL issue is that oral contraceptives are most commonly prescribed for endometriosis, ovarian cysts, fibroids, and a whole host of other serious health issues for women seems to escape this dialog. See, before the oral contraceptive, women would most often simply lie ill and die. That is what Sandra Fluke was addressing and she in turn gets told to shut up and is called some vile insulting names by a radio show entertainer syndicated on 600 radio stations who has a prescription drug abuse history and was busted for smuggling a gallon of viagra. Do the math.

  56. concernedtacoma7 says:

    Wow Frida, you really believe Flume was concerned women would lie ill and die? What decade/century are talking about?

  57. rooster_02 says:

    This isn’t about what is conservative or what is liberal. Those labels don’t really define either side. This is about vile, absurd comments coming from a person that makes his money from inflaming both sides. For those of you that are defending his speech because you accept what he says as truth….there is no hope for you. For those that support his right to say such things because it is his constitutional right…..that is the truth.

    However, when one does say such things it reflects the image of those that support his ideals which is the republican party. I doubt that any sane woman would cast a vote for a party that wants to control every aspect of their sexual activity. Stupid is as stupid does…..

  58. sumyungboi says:

    Frida, if this is what the Obama re-election campaign committee has come to in order to keep this little game going, you’re on the losing side.

  59. sumyungboi says:

    Rooster, when the campaign sends a little lady up to capitol hill as a diversion from the economy, and she makes ridiculous comments, she can expect the drubbing that she’s gotten. Play her statements to normal people and the vast majority will come away thinking she’s a complete twit.

    In any case, the democrats did get what they wanted, which is conservatives talking about a twit demanding money to pay for sex, rather than the economy.

  60. Wow, so a druggie radio talk entertainer has more clout and information to you folks because he resorts to locker room potty humor slanderous ignorant rants as opposed to a woman studying pre law that is presenting sound medical facts? I guess we know what most of your IQ’s and mental capacity levels are.

  61. “Yet Bill Maher gets a pass on language far worse.”

    Nice try at the “but mommy, all the OTHER kids are doing it” excuse. What are you, eight?

  62. sumyungboi says:

    Maybe she’s in pre-law, and your idol will almost certainly become a one percenter, but she’s certainly “special” where economics are concerned, isn’t she? She doesn’t seem to know the difference between insurance and welfare, and she wants the people who make things with their hands in Tacoma, Washington, so they can pay for the gas to get to and from work in their 1995 used cars to give her money so she can have sex while attending a prestigious Catholic law school. One of her choosing, I might add.

  63. “From your moniker I can see you had very little need for BC.”

    And from your moniker, we can see that either:

    1. You’ve been banned from here six previous times for offensive comments

    or

    2. Your IQ is a single digit (the middle one, upraised).

    or

    3. You act like a seven year old (or aspire to)

    If insults are all you’ve got, then I suggest you go play in the kiddie’s sandbox.

  64. rooster_02 says:

    The republicans had a panel of men testifying about women’s reproductive rights and would not seat one single female on the panel because they said there were none that had the credentials to be there….Now that is absurd and divisive.. So the democratic party held a round table discussion to give a female the chance to testify…..that is relative and inclusive. The repubs are loosing all credibility. Just read the postings here. They are trying to prevent others from having free will and choice. The GOP (greedy, offensive people) is going down in flames

  65. sumyungboi says:

    Rooster, I’m sorry, but that’s really funny! It seems the democrats couldn’t come up with anyone with relevant credentials, either. :)

  66. rooster_02 says:

    Sumyungboi…..

    Facts seem to disturb you

  67. sumyungboi says:

    rooster, go on, I’m listening.

  68. nwcolorist says:

    I haven’t listened to Rush in over a year. Guess it’s time to see what all the shouting is about.

  69. All this name calling is fitting response to a Limbaugh letter. You make him proud.

  70. WaitingLady says:

    Male attitudes started this skirmish. They didn’t think we’d fight back and now that we have, the tried to double down with Limbaugh who is now whining that the Democrats are out to get him. Don’t bring a pea shooter to a WMD fight, boys. You picked the wrong issue. We’ll not let you forget.

  71. frankiethomas says:

    The point that Limbaugh intentionally missed then the error keep getting repeated, is that she was talking about a friend using birth control pills for non contraceptive use. Birth control pills are prescribed for women with migraines to keep their hormones at a consistent level, and for a myriad of other reasons. They should be covered by insurance. So to throw around sexual activity AT ALL is baseless in this case. To call her a slut and to indicate that her sexual activity is now public fodder and the videos should be posted is classic bullying. She refuses to be bullied and I stand with her.

  72. buddyandelliott says:

    I would much rather pay for all the free birth control options that anyone could ever need than pay for a child no one wants. Those children tend to keep costing the state well through adulthood.

  73. Vox_clamantis_in_deserto says:

    True that.

    And if Ms. Fluke would agree to use them for the rest of her child-bearing years, I would personally pay for hers.

  74. sumyungboi says:

    frankie, you’ve delved into frida’s argument, and it doesn’t hold water. Group Health paid for my wife’s medication when she was having lady problems just prior to menopause, and they were contraceptives. Under our plan, they wouldn’t have paid for them simply as BC pills.

    Nevertheless, the subject of this thread is Limbaugh’s comments, and they are relevant. I didn’t hear them, and I would have toned it down just a bit, but he is correct. When a young lady puts herself on the national stage whining that she has difficulties affording sex while in law school, then yes, she is exactly what Limbaugh described.

  75. sandblower says:

    I like it when rightwing men argue issues about women. They know so little it becomes obvious what their real goal is. It’s connected to why they love their guns so much too.

  76. pantomancer says:

    It’s a strange case to be made that someone else should be paying for your birth control. $3000 a year? She probably has permanent bedhead hair for crying out loud.
    The deeper you delve into this story the more interesting it gets.