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Remember that liberal women’s group we talked about a few days back? The group that is boycotting sex to bring light to the need for “access” to contraception? As I pointed out in that post, that group of women are also planning a ritzy trip to Europe this year.
Estimated cost: $8,000-$10,000. (It’s always better to prepare for more and be delighted if you spend less.) Deposits for all hotels and vehicles due by Feb. 15th. You are responsible for making your own air reservations. We will try to find good flights that you can all take together. If you find great fares somewhere, please let us know.
So much for not being able to afford or “access” birth control, eh? They’re not alone, either. Turns out Sandra Fluke, the law student who claimed contraception was breaking the bank, is also a fan of trips to Europe. Via Gateway Pundit.
Just when you thought you’d seen everything.
They recently traveled to Spain and Italy together.
It was a lovely getaway for the women’s rights activist and her rich socialist boyfriend.
Here the two lovebirds are roughing it late at night in Barcelona – drunk.
That image was uploaded in May of 2011. It shows Fluke and her rich boyfriend in Barcelona. Gateway Pundit has another pic of Fluke in Pompeii.
As I said last week, folks… “access” is code for “I want you to pay for it, for me.” Every one of these women advocating for mandates are able to purchase their own contraception.
UPDATE: Steve Elliott just messaged me a link to her boyfriend’s Facebook page… which is LOADED with pics. Facebook Album for Venice, for example.
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