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March 8, 2012

Univ. of Rochester President:'Professor Disagreeing with Sandra Fluke is 'outrageously demeaning of a student'

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Typical leftwing thinking without the brain engaged. The message is clear - endorse and propagate 30 year-old self-described abortion rights activist Sandra Fluke's childish belief system (essentially that she and others want contraception and abortifacients, and they don't want to pay for it) or face consequences.

Pray tell, how is attacking the position -- not the person, somehow "demeaning" to the point of "outrage"? What can be more "demeaning" and "outrageous" than the belief system Fluke is advocating? If Fluke and her ilk should have free contraception and abortifacients, why should any of us have to pay for any of our far more serious and necessary preventative medical care, or eye glasses, or groceries, or gas, or utilities? Isn't cancer treatment far more a necessity than contraception? Under the Fluke argument, shouldn't the Catholic Church and other religious institutions then have to pay for all of their employees medical care?

Sounds to me that there's much more to this contraception issue - as in there being an abortion agenda at play here.

Image: Fluke buttons blouse after ...?

Related:
Obama HHS Paves the Way to Taxpayer Funding of Abortions
The Heart of Obama's "Contraception Mandate" is Abortion

Posted by Hyscience at March 8, 2012 3:43 PM



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