(WARNING: If you, in turn, write about this chapter in America’s noble history, do not let your spellchecker respell Sandra’s last name. It is Fluke.)
Can there be any doubt? We would have never known about the organization Law Student for Reproductive Justice without Sandra Fluke. Reproductive Justice. Now, I used to teach that one of the keys to success is to find a need and fill it. There you have it. America, for all its God given Liberty has apparently been lacking reproductive justice and we didn’t know it. The LSRJ students claim to be “future legal leaders of the reproductive justice movement.” There must be so much reproductive injustice, the country is going to need future reproductive justice leaders. If you’re like me, you didn’t know we had reproductive injustice. Now, maybe Ms. Fluke and that army of future reproductive justice leaders are actually assuming that the Shariah law of Islam is about (with Justice Ginsburg’s help) to sweep across America denying American women all human rights including reproductive justice.
But no, when you listen to Ms. Fluke, it seems clear she is concerned with unjust Americans who are not just clinging to their guns and Bibles, they are clinging to their money. When you consider her claim that her own birth control costs over $8.20 per day, you can see it is only just for her so slip her hand into your pocket. But to finish this discussion of reproductive justice you need to need to know Ms. Fluke better. This’ll do it for you.
OK stop laughing. Here is the central question, after watching and listening to Ms. Fluke, does any adult man or woman really believe she has any need for birth control? Say what you want, you have a future Molly Yard in that video. Could there possibly be men at Georgetown (priests included) so desperate this woman is in demand?
Um lets see $3000 dollars over three years = $1000 a year divided by 365 days = $2.75 per day.
Seems to be a lot less than $8.20 per day but then my math may not be republican math.