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Sandra Fluke moved to prime time to speak out for ‘shut out and silenced’ women


http://twitter.com/#!/sistertoldjah/status/243529275146391552

The wait for Sandra Fluke paid off, as the law school graduate took the stage at the coveted prime-time 10 p.m. slot to deliver a brief speech on behalf of other women who are “shut out and silenced.”

"Silence [female pronoun]" — ONE SIP #SandraFlukeDrinkingGame #DNC2012

— Skyler Mann (@sevenlayercake) September 6, 2012

Fluke: "And then, instead of trying to silence her, you invite me here"

— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) September 6, 2012

It's so terrible that Sandra Fluke was silenced! Watch her silence! It's so astoundingly silent!

— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) September 6, 2012

Sandra Fluke was so silenced that she was asked to testify before Congress, give countless interviews and speak at a party convention…

— AG (@AG_Conservative) September 6, 2012

Fluke acknowledged that following the election, “your new president could be a man who stands by when a public figure tries to silence a private citizen with hateful slurs” and praised President Obama for thinking of his daughters, “not his delegates or donors,” when a woman was verbally attacked.

Fluke says that when she was "attacked", Obama "thought of his daughters, not his donors." Indeed, he didn't think of Bill Maher at all.

— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) September 6, 2012

Yes. Sandra missed those multiple instances. RT @kirstenpowers10: Also didn't Obama stay silent when Bill Maher attacked various women?

— RB (@RBPundit) September 6, 2012

@irritatedwoman except that she forgot to ask y obama never called @SarahPalinUSA or @MicheleBachmann. SELECTIVE phoney outrage, Mahers cash

— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) September 6, 2012

The speech didn’t last long, but here are some shorter versions.

Shorter @SandraFluke #DNC speech: Me me me me me me. Free free free free B(irth) C(ontrol). Eeeeevil GOP.

— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) September 6, 2012

Shorter Fluke: I DEMAND PERSONAL FREEDOM FOR MY BODY, but I want YOU TO PAY FOR MY BC! #DNC2012 #WarOnWomen

— Stacey-SisterToldjah (@sistertoldjah) September 6, 2012

Fluke did manage in her few words to accuse vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan of co-sponsoring a bill “that would allow pregnant women to die preventable deaths in our emergency rooms.”

Dr Biden gave Fluke a standing O–so does she agree that Paul Ryan "wd allow women to die preventable deaths" in ERs?? Shameful, hateful.

— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) September 6, 2012

Yes, Fluke did leave the stage to a standing ovation.

Silly me-me exits the Bizarro World stage to standing O. The exaltation of Nanny State poster chick Sandra Fluke is complete. #DNC

— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) September 6, 2012

@Cameron_Gray: Compare the extended standing ovation for Sandra Fluke and the loud booing of Jerusalem at the DNC and vote accordingly”

— Charles Sykes (@SykesCharlie) September 6, 2012

Sandra Fluke, Professional Panhandler, gets a standing ovation at the DNC. Vote accordingly, America.

— Jimmie (@jimmiebjr) September 6, 2012

Watching Fluke? At the RNC, this was the Condi Rice slot. You compare. #DNC2012

— Razor (@hale_razor) September 6, 2012

Fluke said she was there to speak out on behalf of women, but not all women were happy with their DNC surrogate.

I can't take it. Sandra Fluke makes a mockery of the women's movement. I'm sorry. Women overcame and are NOT VICTIMS. Man.

— Melissa Clouthier (@MelissaTweets) September 6, 2012

Is Sandra Fluke talking about Saudi Arabia or the United States? Women are "silenced"? Please.

— Kirsten Powers (@KirstenPowers) September 6, 2012

My response to Fluke: The US is one of the best countries in the world to be born in if you are a woman. I thank God that i was born here.

— Kirsten Powers (@KirstenPowers) September 6, 2012

.@SandraFluke talks personal freedom. Like the freedom to decide whether or not you want health insurance? #mandate #DNC

— Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) September 6, 2012

For the record, Fluke has never spoken about any other issue than birth control. Not jobs, not foreign policy, just birth control. #DNC2012

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) September 6, 2012

Feminism weeps as Fluke and other DNC women get on their metaphorical knees to beg for government to take care of them.

— S.E. Cupp (@secupp) September 6, 2012

Dear @SandraFluke : I have chosen. I have chosen to fight the culture of dependency that you promote, and that creates the REAL victims.

— Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) September 6, 2012

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/09/05/sandra-fluke-moved-to-prime-time-to-speak-out-for-shut-out-and-silenced-women/


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