Sandra Fluke, the woman who appeared at he nation’s capitol in order to demand that tax payers foot the bill for her birth control, addressed the Democrat National Convention last night in Charlotte. Not only does the woman not have any respect for herself, which was evident back when she testified in February, but she apparently doesn’t posses much of a conscience either.
Her remarks that have drawn the most criticism came as she said,
“It would be an America in which you have a new vice president who co-sponsored a bill that would allow pregnant women to die preventable deaths in our emergency rooms.”
The problem with her remarks is that they are utterly false. Susan Jones points out why they are false:
Fluke was referring to Ryan’s sponsorship of bills protecting the sanctity of life — including one introduced in 2011 that says human life begins with fertilization; and another, passed by the House, that amends the Democrats’ health care law to bar any federal funding of any health insurance plan that pays for abortions.
Fluke and others have interpreted the Protect Life Act to mean that women denied abortion coverage would be left to die. (“When the Republicans vote for this bill today, they will be voting to say that women can die on the floor, and health care providers do not have to intervene,” Rep. Nancy Pelosi said in Dec. 2011.)
(In fact, the text of the bill does make exceptions for rape, incest, and the life of the mother.)
No matter how you dress them up, the promiscuous women of the Democrat party still appear as what they really are.
Paul Ryan does not have any desire to see women die in emergency rooms. This is a total fabrication. His desire is to not see children murdered in the womb by their own mothers and yet this is what the Democrat party sees as a virtue!