Sandra Fluke, the so-called “Queen of Contraception,” has filed paperwork with Congress to run for Rep. Henry Waxman’s soon-to-be vacated Congressional seat.
“Fluke first gained national attention for her testimony before Congress in 2012, when she advocated for health insurers to pay for contraception as part of the Affordable Care Act,” says the NY Daily News.
Upon hearing Fluke’s testimony in 2012, Rush Limbaugh flew into a rage, insulting her least 53 times during a three-day period, even calling Fluke a “slut” at one point.
After Fluke announced that she was running for Congress, Twitter exploded with comments about her lack of qualifications for such a position.
— Bunny Sniper (@MoronsUseRealNa) February 4, 2014
Sandra Fluke, the basket case that insisted taxpayers pay for her contraceptives while she goes on a sexual rampage, is running for Congress
— Demetrius Minor (@dminor85) February 4, 2014
Sandra Fluke, the candidate for our generation. Wholly dependent on government, in college for a decade, no real-world experience.
— Matthew Hurtt (@matthewhurtt) February 4, 2014
The only qualification Sandra Fluke has to be a U.S. Senator is that she’s adept at screwing people.
— Neal Boortz (@Talkmaster) February 4, 2014
Sandra Fluke has filed paperwork to run for Congress. Her platform is, “buy me stuff.”
— Angela (@_AngelaMorabito) February 4, 2014
It’s Official: Sandra Fluke Files for Congress Doesn’t have money for birthcontrol but can run for Congress http://t.co/WRvTEajAPf
— Leg Chair (@FoxLegChair) February 4, 2014
Can anyone name even one thing that qualifies Sandra Fluke to hold office? I mean besides the obvious oral skills, of course
— The Black Repub. (@theblackrepub) February 4, 2014
Of course Sandra Fluke files in California, the political cesspool of the U.S.
— Olympmex2014 (@SooperMexican) February 4, 2014
Unfortunately, lack of qualifications does not seem to deter liberals from running for office. All they need is a cause that other liberals will rally around.
Fluke considers herself a “women’s rights activist,” saying it is her chosen career path. As such, California would appear to be one of the few places in the U.S. where she has a better-than-average chance of being elected.