By talk show host Rush Limbaugh’s definition, any woman that is insured for birth control is a “slut.” The GOP mouthpiece deemed Sandra Fluke as a prostitute as well.
After Limbaugh brazenly said the Georgetown University coed was a “slut” and a “prostitute” for wanting oral contraceptives to be covered by her health insurance, I can only assume that he means that about any woman — even those that work at Fox News.
And they do fit the word more appropriately. (Hey, he started this. I’m playing by his rules)
Sunday on Fox News with host Chris Wallace, they discussed this suddenly controversial topic.
Raw Story reports:
“Before coming on today, I checked with the women here at Fox News and it turns out that Fox News health coverage does cover — there’s a co-pay — but it does cover contraception,” Wallace explained. “When it comes to contraception, you know the idea that — and we’re not talking about religious institutions. According to the Blunt amendment, any — U.S. Steel, as I said, Fox News, any company could simply decide, we are not going to offer that. An insurance company could decide, one that has no ties to any religious organization.”
Unless Republican men want women to go full Lysistrata on them, I suggest using more appropriate wording when describing the female gender. In Wisconsin, women make approximately 70 cents to every dollar a man makes, yet females are expected to dish out thousands per year on birth control pills because Republicans are now Anti-sex. Heads up: For the amount of stupidity we’ve taken in since this debate came to being, it’s hardly worth anyone’s time to school them but no one will be paying for our birth control. Insurance which we pay for is supposed to cover it. If a woman works for a religious institution, then they are tax exempt and should cover it in their insurance.
Just be respectful. If you want sex with women ever again (not sex you pay for), then relax. Women are not asking for something unreasonable. In fact, we shouldn’t even have to ask.
See the Video at Raw Story