Because being a good citizen means violating your own religious beliefs to enable people that you don’t know unfettered access to contraceptives to ensure that their right to safe sex is protected and promoted is way more important than pesky little things like the constitution; Obama had this to say during the controversy over Limbaugh’s remarks in response to testimony by a “young college student” named Fluke:

“I thought about Malia and Sasha,” Obama said Tuesday at a news conference. “And one of the things I want them … to be able to do is speak their minds in a civil and thoughtful way, and I don’t want them attacked or called horrible names when they’re being good citizens.  I wanted Sandra to know that her parents ought to be proud of her.”

via The Hill 

And that my friends is just one more reason why we must usher President Obama into the private sector poste haste in November.  He is so out of touch with what Americans want for their own and their children’s lives!  To actually articulate a position that supports a free wheeling sex all day, any way lifestyle like the one that activist Fluke is championing for his own daughters is appalling.

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As early as 2009 Mz. Fluke was involved in left-wing efforts to create the nanny state. As her bio on the Georgetown Law website tells us:

…Sandra is the Development Editor of the Journal of Gender and the Law, and served as the President of Law Students for Reproductive Justice, and the Vice President of the Women’s Legal Alliance. In her first year, she also co-founded a campus committee addressing human trafficking. Cornell University awarded her a B. S. in Policy Analysis & Management, as well as Feminist, Gender, & Sexuality Studies in 2003.

Other notations include her gay rights activism and other “women’s rights” activism. No mention made of her concern for the rights of men, naturally.

via Publius Forum

Where is their mother on this?  Does Michelle also wish her girls to be sexually promiscuous, using birth control as a crutch to an ever more dangerous lifestyle just to preserve the notion that all young women want is free wheeling sex, paid for by hardworking tax payers?

 Statistically, more contraception has very little effect on out of wedlock birth. In fact the opposite is true.  When abstinence is taught, and access to abortion is limited, out of wedlock birth rates go down.  Why is that?  Because simply put, if you don’t have abortion as an option for your regular birth control needs, people are more careful. They have to be.  And that is what we want in our young people.  A more careful attitude toward the dangers of premarital sex.  This cautious view is obviously one that isn’t shared by Obama, even for his own daughters, and that is the saddest commentary of all.

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