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“No taxation without rubberization”

“No taxation without rubberization”

Mark Steyn views the Fluke fiasco from Down Under:

The brave middle-aged schoolgirl had the courage to stand up in public and demand that someone else pay for her sex life….

…. No taxation without rubberization, as the Minutemen said. The shot heard round the world, and all that….

No, the most basic issue here is not religious morality, individual liberty, or fiscal responsibility. It’s that a society in which middle-aged children of privilege testify before the most powerful figures in the land to demand state-enforced funding for their sex lives at a time when their government owes more money than anyone has ever owed in the history of the planet is quite simply nuts.

Nuts it is.



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My goodness, even Mark Steyn, usually a most astute and witty writer, claims that Ms Fluke had been testifying before the “most powerful” when in fact Fluke had been imitating a person testifying before Congress. Her damnable statement was an elaborate scheme to gain publicity, nothing more and certainly not too much less, a press conference without attending questioning from media types near her. And, yes, her statements did in fact strongly suggest that for her, sexual intercourse without the fear of becoming pregnant was her right; must have been inferred in the Bill of Rights, eh!

Another topic of some value might be to ask why the MSM still exist since the members thereof have a strong desire not to question anyone other than Conservatives. Ah yes, that is their now sole duty, plus praising their all mighty deity on Earth; at least until January 20, 2013, when hopefully, that deity will no longer sit on a throne of gold.

    Jack Long in reply to Doug Wright. | March 11, 2012 at 11:24 am

    My goodness, even Mark Steyn, usually a most astute and witty writer, claims that Ms Fluke had been testifying before the “most powerful” when in fact Fluke had been imitating a person testifying before Congress.

    This is what Steyn wrote in the first or second paragraph of the linked article.

    Oh, wait, no. Update: It wasn’t a congressional hearing; the Democrats just got it up to look like one, like summer stock, with Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid doing the show right here in the barn, and providing a cardboard set for the world premiere of Miss Fluke Goes to Washington, with full supporting cast led by Chuck Schumer strolling in through the French windows in tennis whites and drawling, “Anyone for bull****?”

    Rosalie in reply to Doug Wright. | March 11, 2012 at 2:18 pm

    The liar, testified before liars.

huskers-for-palin | March 11, 2012 at 10:37 am


10. Gold plated condoms

09. Paying for Bill Clinton’s vasectomy.

08. Needed to replace her convertible’s shock absorbers.

07. John Edwards was in town…I’m just sayin.

06. Smoked $50 Cuban cigars after sex.

05. EPA issued a new tax on “toxic fluids cleanup”

04. She had a habit of tipping the abortion doctor.

03. Hired a P/R firm to promote her body as a “womb with a view”.

02. Had to pay off Michelle Obama to make sure that oral sex didn’t fall under the “food police”.

01. It’s that dang Obamacare. He said the rates wouldn’t go up but as usual the prez is a lying SOB.

Mark Steyn has been pointing out the insanity with wit and insight for a number of years now. But things keep getting worse.

To be fair, it’s an election year, a time when the tiny cognitive abilities of politicians are even more taxed than usual. Who can spare any brain cells to think about the survival of the nation when their vastly more important political survival is at stake?


…and worse it will get if by some fluke the anointed one wins another four years. (pun intended)

“Almost every matter of the moment boils down to the same story: the Left’s urge to narrow the bounds of public discourse and insist that “conventional wisdom” unknown to the world the day before yesterday is now as unquestionable as the Laws of Physics. Nothing that Rush said is as weird or as degrading as what Sandra Fluke and the Obama administration are demanding. And any freeborn citizen should reserve the right to point that out as loudly and as often as possible.”

Amen. And Steyn will be doing the Rush show Monday, so be sure to listen.

Midwest Rhino | March 11, 2012 at 11:41 am

We need a picture of Ms. Fluke at a Starbucks … with a caption

“Dear average working stiff,
Please fund Ms. Fluke’s $9/month birth control pill,
so she can afford her $10/day Starbucks habit

She couldn’t possibly take out a loan against her $160,000 a year salary she’ll start with upon graduation”

The scary part is that most Americans seem to swallow these charades whole. Stein’s pithy analysis is lost on them … or lost TO them, since they live in major media Charadelandia.

    Midwest Rhino in reply to Midwest Rhino. | March 11, 2012 at 1:38 pm

    my $160,000 number is just from Megyn Kelly, saying that was the average for Georgetown graduates … it might have been 180.

    Ms. Fluke will likely land a higher paying activist role

Ms. Fluke seems to have adequate funds to fly from Washington, DC to California for her spring vacation with her boyfriend, the son of New York Reed Smith attorney (partner) and Democrat donor, William Mutterperl.

I wish someone would find out where she has a job lined up for after law school. I assume her scholarship requires a couple of years in the “public interest” sector, but it might be interesting to know where she has already signed on.

Love me some Mark Steyn.

Can’t wait to listen to him tomorrow filling in for Rush.

Uncle Samuel | March 11, 2012 at 1:28 pm

Ms. Fluke is becoming quite the celebrity – making the rounds of the talk shows, keeping the issue hot, showing off her contraceptive collection…

For another humorous take on this: over at Crisis Magazine, a wonderful parody about the ObamaCare ObamaBeer Mandate complete with appearances by a former Weinerite, HHS (that’s the Department of Harassment and Handout Services) Secretary Saccharine Cerebrius, beer advocate Pansy Nelosi, and student Sucha Flake!

National Organization of Women President Terry O’Neill called Rush Limbaugh a “godsend” this weekend for giving democrats and far left women’s groups an issue to distract voters with in the current political climate.

I will pay for your contraception, if you will pay for my ammunition. Deal?

On the other hand, from
…we read “TE: I think because the seriousness of the shedding of innocent blood through the 20th century into the 21st century, the spiritual deficit is too great. The scales are tipped too low, and I really believe that we’re going to need a great martyrdom in order to return the balance. Abraham Lincoln, believe it or not, said that the cost of slavery was all the blood shed in the Civil War. And I believe … how will we pay back the cost of abortion? Our trillion-dollar debt in the United States isn’t anything in comparison to the actual debt that we owe to reality and to God and to the human race even for the killing of innocents.

50 million is what is killed every year around the world. It’s a global genocide and it’s totally unrepented.

And with contraception and abortion, we’re basically committing mass suicide on a global scale.”