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Two things about this article point to the author's intended motives:
1. They quoted the NYT. Yeah, the same NYT that has undermined and even lied about anyone NOT supporting the Progressive movement.
2. The author didn't bother to tell their reader(s) that of the handful of sponsors that cut ties with EIB or temporarily suspended their partnership, there was a list of hundreds more companies trying to fill their spot(s).
Maybe the author should spend some time talking about the root of this particular topic: Who is Sandra Fluke, and why did the Progressive leaders create a false setting/hearing for her to appear that she was really testifying rather than reading a script?
Obviously a lot of liberal idiots out there this morning. Rush stands for what America SHOULD stand for.
Add me to the 15 million that listen to Rush. Yes, calling Fluke was extreme but this article painting her as an simple law student is to the extreme also. She clearly had a goal and attacking religeon got her the notice that she and Palosi wanted.
Too many of us are quick to take offense rather than logically analyze and reason, a product of poor education and discipline. If we all would slow down and think, most of problems could be solved. Emotions are not derived of rational thought but are the mainstay of the the left.
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