Woman Who Can’t Afford Her Own Birth Control Scrapes Up Money to File for Congressional Run

Posted by on Feb 04, 2014 at 8:11 am

Gee, we hope this won’t have an adverse affect on her birth control budget. Well, California’s known for some of the dumbest women in Congress, so why not? Besides, she needs the attention.

Women’s rights activist Sandra Fluke appears to be moving forward with a run for Congress.

Fluke has filed with the California state Democratic Party to seek its endorsement in the race for retiring Rep. Henry Waxman’s (D-Calif.) seat, according to the state party Web site.

A state party delegate confirmed to Post Politics that Fluke has filed and paid the fee to appear on the ballot this weekend.

Fluke hasn’t officially announced her campaign or filed with the Federal Election Commission, and she didn’t immediately return a request for comment. But filing for the state party’s endorsement means she’s now officially part of the process.

The state party begins its endorsement process on Sunday afternoon at its local pre-endorsement conference, with the process culminating at the state party convention next month.

Just what Congress needs, another attention whore.


7 Responses to “Woman Who Can’t Afford Her Own Birth Control Scrapes Up Money to File for Congressional Run”

  1. Reno_Dave on 4/04/14 at 10:05 am

    Since she’s running in Waxman’s district, we’re now going to have to put up with this woman in Congress for the next 30 years.

  2. HeatherRadish on 4/04/14 at 10:26 am

    Who bought her a house in Waxman’s district? (She is pretending she lives there, right?)

  3. theBuckWheat on 4/04/14 at 10:44 am

    Fluke is a socialist who has not given any thought to the system she advocates. She was happy to be the figurehead in the spotlight to advocate that money should be created out of thin air in the form of perpetual debt in order to pay for her personal pleasures. But the very act of taking money from others to satisfy your own appetites is morally corrosive, no matter how moral it may seem at the seem at the time to posture yourself as the protector of those with similar “unmet needs”.

    To be very frank: socialism is evil. It is based on violations of three of the Ten Commandments: lies, coveting and theft. Anyone who advocates socialism is either evil or a useful idiot of those who are evil.

    If those who think they are curing the ills of society by using government coercion, let them do so in ways that instead support and are in harmony with the Ten Commandments. God’s answer to the needs of the truly indigent is to make charity an obligation of being righteous. But power does not flow to people who like being the darling of the news media, nor to politicians when helping the poor is a private obligation. There is no “juice” in charity.

  4. Rob in Katy on 4/04/14 at 1:50 pm

    The poor thang is so broke she can’t afford birth control and the other thang is so bad that her Johns won’t pay for it either. So, this complete and utter failure wants to help run our lives….she will win, no doubt about it.

  5. theyellowbear on 4/04/14 at 3:19 pm

    … and if she is elected, California, as well as the.rest of us, will pay. Since this is, I believe, Waxman’s seat, she.is probably a shoe-in!

  6. Arctic_Fox on 4/04/14 at 4:58 pm

    So… that job as a staff attorney at the Reproductive Rights Center isn’t working out? Member of Congress pays better, I guess. And as for California roots and knowledge of issues? Being from Beverley Hills means that you have no roots, and don’t care about issues.
    Frankly, though… Waxman was losing his juice. He only won by 8 points, last time, during an Obama year. So I sure hope that a serious Republican shows up to run against her. Get your checkbooks ready…