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01:00 PM on 03/03/2012
Something that old fuddy duddy's don't get either is that in this day and age, many couples live together for a long time before getting married if they ever get married at all. The old days of having to be married to cohabitate were gone a long time ago. You never know someone till you live with them. If things don't work out in a relationship it's much easier to go your separate ways without a divorce and especially without a child in the middle. The old times of get married, have a child and if it doesn't work out get a divorce is just plain stupid!
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gungavin
You're a better man than I am !
02:43 PM on 03/03/2012
Everything you said is the truth, and just plain, makes sense. And, unfortunately, that's why the GOPee'ers will never be able to make sense of it.
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urownexperience
12:56 PM on 03/03/2012
Ever see a Catholic woman priest? Never will. Republicans and the Catholic Church = War on Women.
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12:40 PM on 03/03/2012
This Limbaugh is obviously a mutant form of the male species that is opposed to the company of a woman or intimate partner. So, answer this. How is it that he has been married only four times? Oh! I almost forgot, Limbaugh’s preferred form of sexual entertainment is watching videos of a woman having sex, he admits, he is more than willing to pay for.

Men and women alike should be outraged that Rush Limbaugh has been given a green light to his forum to influence the folks that are non-thinking followers. He is guiding these people with his ignorant rants about the subject of contraception and how sexual intercourse scientifically occurs. Someone has fooled him about this subject. Could it be all those women that have deceived him into thinking they were actually having sex with him? Gotta love a gal that is willing to patronize for money.
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TiredOfOC
01:39 PM on 03/03/2012
This form of communication reminds me of the vile that is spoken by Rush. Why villify? Why be mean? Isn't that the point of this last article? About mean people? There isn't a need for it.
05:42 PM on 03/03/2012
I actually thought I was being kind. Apparently there is a need for it, because he hasn't exited from the airways yet. I understand how you could interpret my words as retaliation to this current Limbaugh bullying tactic toward a female college student. I find it somewhat peculiar that you are criticizing me instead of him. Maybe you are not familiar with Limbaugh's history and his "mean guy" image...or maybe you could contribute something more diplomatic to Limbaugh's recovery.
12:25 PM on 03/03/2012
A catholic woman on here said it the best the other day in regards to the GOP and the Church. She said " I like sex and I don't want any babies, get over it" She's right and these old Craig James type people need to go take care of their own life and keep their nose out of other peoples business.
schrodster
veni vidi I'm outta here
12:02 PM on 03/03/2012
Think I've found Rush's problem. Reviewing the tapes, every time Rush mentions the word 'sex' he looks lovingly at his left hand.
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tuliehowller
Ever hopeful.
02:07 PM on 03/03/2012
I noticed that too, but only saw his thumb and forefinger.
04:53 AM on 03/04/2012
I look loving at my right, but only when it's in the mood. Just some levity.
11:56 AM on 03/03/2012
Could we have Rush deported? Nah--no other country would have him...
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12:43 PM on 03/03/2012
The Aussies don't want Murdoch back, but since 'Uncle Rupert' was fast tracked to receiving a US citizenship we are now 'blessed' with FOX and Limbaugh.
04:55 AM on 03/04/2012
We are also blessed with Soros and media matters, pick your poison.
flkewlkid00
waste is a terrible thing to mind
11:48 AM on 03/03/2012
limbaughs unprofessional conduct has nothing to do with politics,he is offensive to human beings!
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wooper
11:42 AM on 03/03/2012
I don't understand how any woman could vote Republican. I understand that many may be against abortion, as most Americans are...however many still believe in a womans right to make the choice.

But every day we see degrading comments and attacks on women. Republican women will also have to begin spending an additional $600-$1,200 a year if Republicans pass a law that allows business owners to eliminate birth control from health plans.

Who is affected most by eliminating pre natal care from health care plans...women.

And Rush is calling unmarried women who use birth control slut...any Republican women fall under this category.

Craig James, a republican running for Senator in Texas, even said he is against birth control and sex should only be for procreation.

I have to ask again...are these the kind of views Republican women have? Where are the women of the GOP out there? You are very silent through all this...or are you just the subservient women that the GOP males think you are?

As a male, I think women of America need to stand up and unite before the rights they now have are taken away by a group of white males running our government.
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kckitty43
the tea stains must be wiped up..
12:14 PM on 03/03/2012
i agree , republican women as well as all men who still think that their wifes and daughters have the right to be the rulers of their own bodies better start talking loud and clear.
12:18 PM on 03/03/2012
I agree. Rick Santorum said women don't need pre natal care because it leads to more abortions and if a woman becomes pregnant due to rape or incest she must carry the baby to term and "make the best out of a bad situation" That's the mentality of the GOP. It's hyocritical to cover Viagr,Cialis and Vascectomies which are froms of male birth control and not cover contraception for women. "double standard" average cost of having a baby is $7500-8000, average cost of birth control is about $600 per year but the GOP can't figure that out. Rush Limbaugh is just a sexist and women who vote republican are no smarter than a grapefruit!
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Torn Pec
WHERE'S MY PARTICIPATION TROPHY!
11:34 AM on 03/03/2012
We love you Rush keep up the good work, you really have the leftys all lathered up over this.
schrodster
veni vidi I'm outta here
12:04 PM on 03/03/2012
And the right gets all santorumed up.
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urownexperience
12:58 PM on 03/03/2012
Yeah! Keep it up Rush. LOL
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Torn Pec
WHERE'S MY PARTICIPATION TROPHY!
11:33 AM on 03/03/2012
How funny, by bringing Rush into this you are increasing his already massive audience. Some of the people you are driving to listen to him are not going to find the hate monger you make him out to be and you will lose a certain percentage of your flock, because rush is simply showing how ridiculous this matter is by being ridiculous himself, to match its absurdity.
12:35 PM on 03/03/2012
Can't agree. when someone goes before a committee to express a point of view they should not be publicly attacked with smut and false allegations. ridiculous or not, people have a right to their opinion and just because someone else disagree's is no reason for childish name calling and suggestive remarks about video taping their sex for everyone to watch. Rush Limbaugh was way out of line. If you disagree, make an intelligent arguement, and not act like a juvenile.
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TiredOfOC
01:43 PM on 03/03/2012
Yes, Rush was out of line. However, this is not a republican issue of villification as it happens within the Democratic side too Just a few weeks ago, a young 14 year old recieved death threats on a public forum, at her house, in her mail over appearing before Congress to talk against gay marriages.
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gungavin
You're a better man than I am !
02:56 PM on 03/03/2012
Speaking of 'juvenile', where is that sage, 'Rush'? Come to think of it, if Rush is such a juvenile, what does that make his followers: tadpoles?
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rhuffie
12:36 PM on 03/03/2012
"how ridiculous this matter is"
I would be very interested to hear what you mean by this...ridiculous in what way?
You think rush is being ironic?
Seriously?
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niko73
Dem belly full but we hungry
11:29 AM on 03/03/2012
The Republicans are hanging themselves and Limbaugh is bringing the rope. Let him continue.
chrissf4529
your opinion is as valid as mine
11:29 AM on 03/03/2012
Politics, like expert testimony:. Its amazing how you can present the exact same information to two people, and, they will find in favor of whom ever is signing the check.
chrissf4529
your opinion is as valid as mine
11:25 AM on 03/03/2012
AS a moderate Republican,I am deeply offended by Rush's comments. And, would stress he does NOT speak as a representative of my party. I will also say it is not governments job or duty to go after him,or for that fact any person who displays his stupidity or self promotion. The Senate is again feeding into the "Us against them" both parties have worked so hard to nurture. We, as a country,have not been so divided since the Civil War. And, all this shows is politicians playing politics. Their energy is better spent working on the economy and other problems .
05:08 AM on 03/04/2012
Well said.Stay free.
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Freedland
11:21 AM on 03/03/2012
Where is our Constitution when protection is needed against slander? Where is the First Amendment separation of Church and State? Where are the due process and equal protection clauses of the 14th Amendment? And where is the "right to privacy" established in Griswold v Connecticut? The Constitution should be used to protect the rights of women and of Sandra Fluke from the outrageous statements of Rush and from a Congress that wants to intervene in the health concerns of women. It is time to throw the bums out!
11:57 AM on 03/03/2012
Sandra should file a lawsuit against Limbaugh for slander and defamation of character.
05:18 AM on 03/04/2012
Once you are in a public forum such as a senate committee you have no right to privacy. Griswold v connecticut was about marital privacy Sandra Fluke is not married. Separation of church and state was put in to block any one religion from forcing policy in the government such in the protestant church did in England. Not as the ACLU interprets it as simply remove a religious symbol. In the dissenting opinion in that case the word privacy was actually not found in the constitution. She can however sue for slander that what the courts are for.
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Freedland
09:01 AM on 03/04/2012
For clarification, the issue of "right to privacy" is not mentioned in the Constitution regarding birth control, however, it is considered a "right" when taken as part of a "penumbra" of rights that are implied under the protections of the Constitution. Many rules of law are not specifically mentioned in the Constitution and are both implied and express but not always enumerated. I was not referring to a right of privacy before a Senate Committee. The Conservatives have tried to invade the bedroom, address contraception which is also not in the Constitution and is an invasion of privacy as to laws that involve penetration of the body. The ACLU is not a court of law and does not have any standing to make or interpret law, it is an organization with its own agenda and does not make law nor does it interpret law. Finally, Ms. Fluke can sue for slander but the costs and barrier to sue a public figure such as Limbaugh make it virtually impossible to succeed. By the way, the marital status of Ms. Fluke is irrelevant to the determination of the constitutionality of any law that violates her right to privacy, due process of law and other guarantees irrespective of her marital status. The right to privacy has been clearly determined by the Court and its rulings. The Constitution has many interpretations that are not specifically stated as such would be impossible as in Roe v Wade, there is no specific statement regarding abortion.