Pelosi Condemn ‘Vicious And Inappropriate Attacks’ Against Co-Ed Who Called For Students To Be Given Free Birth Control


Commentary by Jim Campbell
This vapid douche bag broom riding bitch coined the phrase vicious and in appropriate. Has she forgotten the words she called members of the military, those on the “Right Side” of the aisle and members of the Tea Party movement?  Do you remember when Pelosi and her ilk referred to the members of the Tea Party as terrorists?
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and House Democrats have issued a statement condemning “vicious and inappropriate” attacks against the Georgetown law student who told a Pelosi hearing that birth control is costing college women so much that they should be getting it for free.

The press statement cites an article, which quotes on-air comments Rush Limbaugh made regarding Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke’s testimony:

Pelosi, House Democrats’ Joint Statement on Vicious

and Inappropriate Attacks Against Sandra Fluke

Did we just here her sat the “Failed economic policies of George W. Bush well let’s check her credibility here and now.

Washington, D.C. – Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, Congresswoman Louise Slaughter, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes-Norton, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, Congressman Elijah Cummings and Congresswoman Diana DeGette released the following statement on the vicious and inappropriate attacks leveled on Ms. Sandra Fluke today.  Last week, Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee held a hearing on the issue of women’s health, hearing testimony from Ms. Fluke, a third-year law student at Georgetown University.

“When Sandra Fluke testified before the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee after Republicans attempted to silence her, she courageously spoke truth to power.  As a result, today, she has been subject to attacks that are outside the circle of civilized discussion and that unmask the strong disrespect for women held by some in this country.  We call upon the Republican leaders in the House to condemn these vicious attacks on Ms. Fluke, which are in response to her testimony to the Congress.  Democrats will always stand up for women’s health and women’s voices.”

Does any one remember if Pelosi put out a similar statement when her colleague, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) said the “Tea Party can go straight to hell” or, reportedly, called Republicans “demons?”

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5 thoughts on “Pelosi Condemn ‘Vicious And Inappropriate Attacks’ Against Co-Ed Who Called For Students To Be Given Free Birth Control

  1. On another blog…the progressives say that what Rush did was WRONG because he’s a news person….however, mahr is an “entertainer” so what he says about Palin, etc…is funny and done ONLY in fun!

    Now as for Nazi Nancy….and her Anti-American ilk…are so far out of line on everything that they all need to end up in jail! It’s unbelievable that they can and do get away with all the crap they are spewing! That “co-ed” is nothing but a progressive shill! She’s a liar and a fraud like ALL of them!

  2. Memo to Nancy (Swamp Thing) Pelosi:

    Frankly Nan, I don’t give a damn.

  3. Wonder what that girls parents think of her announcing she was having sex and wanted free protection when they thought they had sent her to school to get an education. Didn’t know they taught a course in sex. When she graduates, does that qualify her for a job in prostitution??? Wonder what her Diploma will say as well as her parents unless they are children of the 60’s and free love.

  4. Peolsi Is getting more crazy all the time. who can believe anything she says…

  5. Nancy Pelosi should be in prison for “certifying” that Barry was legally eligible to run for the office of POTUS. She was lying and she knew it!
    Sandra Fluke is nothing but an activist plant. The whole thing is not about contraception, it is about the government’s unconstitutional mandate that a religion go against their own religious principles, which is ironic, considering that the muslims were excluded from the health care law, because it “goes against their religious principles”.

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