A few days ago, Time announced that Sandra Fluke is in the final running for Person of the Year. Yesterday she was invited to speak at the Women in Entertainment Breakfast.
I wonder what she'll talk about?
While it can be easy to dismiss, or mock Ms. Fluke's hypocrisy, Charles Johnson warns us not to, because she's a professional activist.
And speaking of professionalism, another women's rights group is auctioning a 1-hour strategy session, with her. It took less than a day for this double-entendre laden article to appear in The College Fix.
Which of course, led to even more double-entendre laden comments from my friends:
This one is just beyond self-parody. I could see hourly rates, alright. I wonder if she can do that thing with the silk handkerchief with the knots in it....?
I wonder if the government is covering Sandra’s anti-virus software and firewall protection for her Skype session. If not, I smell another activist opportunity for her.
That's not the only anti-virus help she needs.
Whether or not Ms. Fluke needs protection, her and her friends could have benefited from a class in logic...