“Think about this, a 31, 32-year-old-law student who has been a student for life, gets up there in front of a national audience and tells the American people, ‘I want America to pay for my contraceptives.’ You’re kidding me. Go get a job. Go get a job, Sandra Fluke.”--Rep. Joe Walsh
Amen, Representative Walsh. I've paid for my own contraceptives--and my own prenatal care, and one of two births (insurance covered the other, since it was early)--out of my own pocket. I've paid out of pocket for my insurance and my medical care since I was nineteen years old.
She's not much younger than I am: I turned 33 this year. I do not understand how someone can be content to remain a child* for their entire life.
She is a failure. I bet her parents are downright proud of their daughter.
*A child is someone who expects others to take care of them. In those younger than about 18, they have the right to. Those older than that, and not mentally or physically defective, but continue to expect to be cared for should lose their right to vote.