Armor of God

The purpose of this post is not to judge Ms.Fluke, it is simply to take a very simple look at the impact of her actions upon her own future, Liberals, and higher education. Let’s start with Ms. Fluke herself:

  • Like any high school student wanting to attend college, or wanting to get a job, any google search will forever find her testimony to Congress and will judge her qualifications, at least in part, on what she herself had to say. She is in Law School, so it is safe to assume that she wants to be an attorney.
  1. Reliability–How reliable can you be if you display such little restraint in your personal life?
  2. Dependability–If you are not willing to take responsibility for your actions, how can you be trusted to represent others when their lives, jobs, and futures are possibly at stake.
  3. Decorum—well, if you don’t stop…

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3 thoughts on “

  1. Al D. March 3, 2012 / 11:09 AM

    Sandra Fluke’s testimony is no fluke! She has given us a clear window into the misguided and illogical thinking of far too many of the mindless automatons being churned out of our institutions of higher learning. Great post!

    • Talon's Point March 3, 2012 / 11:32 AM

      “Churned out” like so many tons of butter. No wonder we have heart disease as a nation.

  2. loopyloo305 March 3, 2012 / 8:54 AM

    Thank you for the reblog and God bless!

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