A few days old, but still worth noting.
Sandra Fluke, that stalwart champion of women’s right who is so promiscuous that she apparently spends $3000 a year on birth control showed up at the RNC with Debbie Downer and while they were willing to talk with the press (who I am sure asked them all kinds of hard hitting questions like “So what do you think of these evil, Nazi, republithugs??”) she refused to debate an actual conservative about women’s issues – of which, you know, she is a huge champion.
“If Sandra Fluke is going to come here and talk about women’s issues, then why not talk to actual conservative women about women’s issues?” Loesch told The Daily Caller. “I mean, that’s the whole point. You can’t just come here and hold a press conference and not take any questions. You can’t just go on MSNBC and say whatever you want. Is she an advocate or propagandist? Which one is she? If she’s an advocate, she’s completely willing to have a discussion on the issues. Democrats don’t speak for women. They don’t speak for me. I would like to hear why she thinks she speaks for all women because she obviously does not.”
Yep, when the rubber meets the road (or other areas in Sandra’s case) she is unwilling to commit and put some real skin in the game.
Other interesting points about the Fluke
Loesch said she thinks Fluke is nothing more than a creation made by President Barack Obama as part of an effort to push liberal politics. “I don’t know of any other ‘private citizen’ who is represented by the Knickerbocker PR firm in Washington, D.C., which happens to be run by Anita Dunn, Barack Obama’s former communications director,” Loesch said. “I don’t know any private citizen who just happens to have that affiliation. This was an entirely fabricated narrative from the Democrats and they needed a face to put on it and so Sandra Fluke was the face that they put on it. I want to know if she’s woman enough to come talk to me.”
So, she’s what they base “The Life of Julia” on I guess.
One of my proudest moments as a young man was being able to vote for Ronald Regan when he went for his second term. I remember this speech. Thanks to Ace for posting this and bringing back one of my very proudest moments as a young conservative.
Regan returned us to a strong economy, a strong military, and a belief that America was exceptional. A lot of things that had been forgotten during the Carter years he helped us remember. For that I will always be grateful to him.
I could see this speech being given today, and being just as accurate.
I could see Sarah Palin giving this speech. Maybe in three years we will.
I love this too
Well, today is the one year anniversary for TEH WON being in office, and what did the people of Massachusetts give him as a gift?? Scott Brown and his pickup truck, that’s what!
Seriously, I’ve been reading and hearing Democrats say “Oh, this isn’t about Obama at all. The voters are just mad at anyone who is in office right now.” Really?? Did you see the crowd at his rallies as compared to what Obama drew when he went down there to stump for Coakley?
The people are mad alright, they are mad at a government that has forgotten that they are there to represent US. The people are mad at a federal government that forgets that it was formed by an agreement between the states, not the other way around.
Blame Bush didn’t work. Calling us Teabaggers didn’t work. All the mud thrown by Olbermann and the rest of the left didn’t work. And now that it’s over the left has gone onto the next stage they always do when they don’t get what they want – they pout, they scream and they cry. The pathetic attitudes of the left are on full display.
Congratulations, Mr Brown. I hope you will always remember that it is indeed ‘The peoples seat” and will help bring some honor, humility, and decency back to the Senate for BOTH sides of the aisle.