BOOM! Democrat Kirsten Powers slams Sandra Fluke speech: “I find this speech so offensive as a woman”

Wow! Kirsten Powers was definitely not a fan last night of Sandra Fluke’s speech at the DNC, calling it offensive and saying after it was over “I hope that any young girl who saw that Fluke speech has someone to tell her it’s a lie: women are powerful and have freedom of speech.” BAM!

Here are Kirsten’s tweets about the speech:

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  • Philo Beddoe

    Powers probably is realizing that her beloved obama is on the outs and she’s positioning herself for higher profile position on Fox as a conservative commentator.

    • NHConservative0221

      I haven’t forgotten that Powers is a lib, but she’s still better than Beckel or Juan Williams.

      • detectivedick

        Williams was boned by NPR, so he had a moment of reality from the Progressives. As far as Beckel goes, he needs to stand up again and repeat his prayer “God, give us grace to accept with serenity
        the things that cannot be changed, Courage to change the things
        which should be changed, and the Wisdom to distinguish the one from the other”.
        But wait! the word God is not part of the Progressive DNC platform.

      • tvlgds

        Agreed. She’s not afraid to stand against some of the outrageous nonsense spewed by the left, either. She doesn’t stoop to name calling and other disrespectful, childish, tactics. I rarely agree with her, but I do respect her.

      • She’s also HOTTER than either one of them.

  • Ryan Mobley

    Kirsten is absolutely right here. It is an absolute disgrace for this horrendous woman Sandra Fluke to portray women in this country as victims. This is the most blessed nation-state in the world. She should be ashamed or herself, but that assumes the existence of her conscience.

    • “In that America, your new president could be a man who stands by when a public figure tries to silence a private citizen with hateful slurs. Who won’t stand up to the slurs, or to any of the extreme, bigoted voices in his own party. It would be an America in which you have a new vice president who co-sponsored a bill that would allow pregnant women to die preventable deaths in our emergency rooms. An America in which states humiliate women by forcing us to endure invasive ultrasounds we don’t want and our doctors say we don’t need. An America in which access to birth control is controlled by people who will never use it; in which politicians redefine rape so survivors are victimized all over again; in which someone decides which domestic violence victims deserve help, and which don’t. We know what this America would look like. In a few short months, it’s the America we could be. But it’s not the America we should be. It’s not who we are.” ~ Sandra Fluke

      Blessed? Yes. But those blessings are steadily being eroded…

  • NHConservative0221

    My suggestion is for everyone not to forget this. Any woman you run into who supports obama, repeat the main points FLuke was saying and ask them how they feel about it.

  • Orangeone

    Thank you Kirsten! I can’t bear to watch or listen to this low-life s!ut. She is putting women back as property, this time instead of men, it’s the government.

    Many strong women fought for suffrage right to vote and the constitutional amendment to do so 50 years after blacks got their right to vote (no longer taught in schools), no arranged marriages, no dowry for the woman’s family to pay for someone to marry her, etc. and still no administration, including O’Bambi, has declared a national holiday for a woman. Her beef is free birth control. Well I have the answer, sterilization. It’s a one-shot deal, no side effects from birth control pills and no need for abortion.

    • RighteousCrow_JustCaws

      Sterilization definitely for Sandra Fluck. [did I spell that right?]

      • Nukeman60

        No, you did not spell it right. It’s Fluke. You spelled it like her favorite pastime and like the way it’s pronounced.

        But, Poe-tay-toe, Poe-Tah-toe. 🙂

        • RighteousCrow_JustCaws

          So, right on both counts.

          Oh, wish they’d CAW the whole thing off!!

      • mommabee

        Does Obamacare pay for sterilization or just for abortions, so women don’t get “punished” by having a baby?

    • FutureOnePercent


      I don’t think I like that kind of language.

      Just because you don’t like what she says doesn’t make her a “low-life slut.”

      She went to Georgetown, so she’s an upper-crust slut, okay?

      • Orangeone

        Okay I’ll give you that one if she can prove that she paid for her Georgetown tuition.  Otherwise, more evidence that she belongs in the low-life slut category.  Agreed?

        • FutureOnePercent

          I think you’ve got me there… I’m sure some kind of “Promiscuous Student Scholarship” was given to her by the Bill Clinton Foundation.

          • Orangeone

            ROTFLMAO over that one!  I declare you the winner 🙂


    I don’t see anywhere in this definition that “access” means someone else pays the bill.

  • Glad to see this. Fluke DOES represent Barack Obama. As POTUS, he has proven over and over that he puts women last in his administration (with the except of Valerie Jarret and Hillary).

    Remember, Fluke’s speech was APPROVED by the Obama team. They knew what she was going to say, and they were all for it. Likely they wrote most of it for her.

    While I don’t agree with Kirsten most of the time, she is right here.

  • Is this a sign of the end of days?

  • hramirez18

    I am 100% sure that the message was a disaster, because they would not let her speak only of what she is expert , condoms, pills and abortions

  • Jim Gilman

    I noticed a few months ago when she got a makeover that she was switching sides. Then she started coming down on the dems.

    • StrangernFiction

      Danger, Will Robinson!

  • Don

    Sandra Fluke proves how desperate these libots are becoming. She is a 30 year old law student whose only claim to fame is she wants someone to pay for her sexual appetite. Personally, I could care less if she wants to sleep with a pack of dogs, that is her business. Asking us to pay for her sexual activities makes it our business. If we don’t provide free birth control, then she might get pregnant and then we will have to pay to kill her baby. She can’t comprehend what is her responsibilty and what should be ours. That said, she fits most of the other speakers at the convention.

    • Landscaper

      Dude, this hag does NOT have a sex life! No guy would touch that, with the exception of a newly released prison convict.

      • ColoradoTim

        Why do you think she wants free contraceptives? It is an advertisement for her to get a date. Her father must be proud of her.

      • las1

        She’s definitely in the same league with Janeane Garofalo.

        • Landscaper

          great analogy

      • onetwopunch

        C’mon you know Bill Clinton was probably trying to hit that last night!

      • As lewd as that is, I am certain that Bill Clinton would.

  • detectivedick

    Kristen, the time for more words and speeches is long past from the circle of head lice that are attached too the “empty chair”. Sandra is not a fluke, she is a talking box for the Progressives.
    Kristen, you only have 60 days left, so step up and yell from the mountain tops, DEFEAT Obama.
    Let’s give Rush credit for calling Sandra what she is!

    • NHConservative0221

      Exactly, it’s too bad Rush apologized, he was 100% right!

      • Sober_Thinking

        He was right to apologize, it was the decent thing to do.

        Wouldn’t it be nice if Jason Biggs, Bill Maher, George Lopez or any of the other deviant reprobates on the liberal side apologized? David Letterman did… though he picked up the gauntlet right after that and was at it again.

        • NHConservative0221

          Yes and no…..

          I still contend that Fluke is a slut.

          What else do you call someone who has the nerve to lecture Congress and the American people that we have to pay for her to whore it around campus??

          • Sober_Thinking

            I hear ya… and I don’t disagree. But such language coming from a conservative over national radio… well, you know he would never get away with that. Even if it’s the truth.

          • That would imply that she actually had intercourse. The jury is still out on that one. Did you see the look on her face every time she alluded to Republicans and Romney in her fact-deprived speech?

            • veryneat

              You don’t seem to be aware that she married recently. The man who married her needs his head examined. Can you imagine living in that household?

              She comes off as totally unhinged and removed from reality. She seems to live in a weird world where the only thing women think of and need is contraceptives and abortions. Also seems paranoic.

              • Holy crap! She did? I wonder if it was consummated. I’ll assume that it unfortunately was and offer my apologies for being in error. And no, I cannot imagine any man marrying her and having to live with a person so full of hatred and in need of professional psychiatric help. As it is, a man married her. Maybe he is equally or even more mentally unstable than she is? Who knows. I wonder who wears the pants in that family.

          • You realize, of course, that oral contraceptives are used for medical purposes other than that of birth control?

            • True, some women have a medical condition that requires “the pill” to regulate their cycle. This is a medical necessity and if it’s not covered by insurance, it should be. Sandra Fluke, or whoever, shouldn’t expect the rest of us to pay for her $3000 a month “habit” or however much the price is. This is a non-issue that should have never been raised. If the Dems want votes, the “God or no God” issue is one in which they should have kept their mouths shut. Personally, I’m glad to see them shoot themselves in the foot this time and every time.

  • Infidel4Ever

    Any thinking American woman should be outraged by Sandra Fluke’s vision of women in America. Women have worked hard and acomplished amazing things. Radicals like Fluke want women to forget their acomplishments and think they live in a woman hating society. We should all pitch in to send Fluke to the typical islamic country and so the dumb tool can see what real oppression of women is all about.

    The DNC has been nothing but vile lies, outrageous slander and ignorant BS.

    • I’d say you have it exactly backwards. Women in this country have worked hard and acomplished amazing things.

      She merely wants to ensure that all of those acomplishments [sic] and rights are not eroded, dismantled, and otherwise taken away.

      • Infidel4Ever

        Of course, the only right you and Fluke care about is a woman’s right to kill her un-born child and have someone else pay for it. Spare me.

        • “….who co-sponsored a bill that would allow pregnant women to die preventable deaths in our emergency rooms…”

          No abortions under any circumstances. No abortions where the health of the mother is at risk. No abortions in cases or rape or incest. No abortions for Downs or brain death or other circumstances where the fetus is unviable.

          Nope, every child must be carried to term, no matter what the danger or circumstances… after which the mother and child should be dumped on the street with no health care, no food stamps, and no other aid or financial support. (Odd how concern for the child stops at birth, isn’t it?)

          Regardless of your personal views on the matter, that’s the platform of the Republican Party.

          • I believe that the only just reasons for abortion are rape and maternal endangerment (AKA that the mother would not survive the birth).

            These reasons, of course, are less than five percent of all abortions (possibly less than two) taken in this country. Most innocent zygotes, embryos, fetuses, and actually viable babies (late third trimester is still legal in DC) are killed because the mother doesn’t want them. They are butchered because they are “inconvenient” to the mother who refused to accept what sex brings, even with contraception.

            Why should a child be killed for having Downs’ syndrome? He or she can’t help that chromosome. Why should a child be killed just because blood family members were retarded or because he’ll be born with eleven toes and no IQ? Is that the unborn fault? Viability means that a baby will physical survive. If a zygote, embryo, or fetus is to be born mentally retarded, it should still be cared for and loved, not cut to pieces and thrown away because the mother can’t take raising a special needs’ child.

            -and on that subject, how dare you say that a mentally disabled/retarded child is unworthy of living just because they can’t function like us? I thought you supported the weakest and most lost in society? Killing them is easier, of course, but I thought you CARED.

            I was a premature infant born at just at twenty seven weeks. My mother nearly died having me and could have aborted me. I now have severe Aspergers Syndrome (a form of autism), severe OCD, ADHD, and clinical depression. All of these mental defects and disorders, in your blood-stained mind, should give my mother the “right” to terminate me for things beyond the control of herself any myself.

            Let me restate: Romney himself said that he’d ban abortion except in the cases of rape and maternal endangerment.

            I believe that the only permissable abortions are rape and maternal endangerment, and even then, that’s because society’s collective heart is too hardened to let those live. (I understand the reasoning behind these two abortion reasons, and, naturally, it is why I support them existing.)

            • “Romney himself said that he’d ban abortion except in the cases of rape and maternal endangerment.”

              That’s what he said the last time he was asked. His position has varied somewhat, depending on when asked and who was asking. And it may be 5%. Or less. Or more.

              Regardless, it’s not the stated position of the GOP, not the stated position of Ryan, not the stated position of the Tea Party, and not the demonstrated position of the various GOP-dominated state legislatures who’ve passed legislation defunding abortion under any and all circumstances.

              No exceptions. Period.

              You also seem to assume that the decision would be made carelessly, automatically, with no thought, or that it might be made simply because the mother couldn’t “take it”. Perhaps. But, and just to be clear on this, due to Roe vs Wade, your mother “already” had the right to terminate her pregnancy.

              She chose to have you.

              Which, to me, tends to undermine your argument. She had a choice. She made it.

              And I would not presume to have the right to make it for her. Or anyone else. Including you.

              • NO man or woman should be given the choice to butcher any zygote, embryo, fetus, or baby in the latest of trimesters. You’re lucky you aren’t interviewing the fellow teenagers in my church: they think I’m too soft and they don’t want it at all! -AND NOT JUST THE “UNQUALIFIED TO SPEAK” MEN, EITHER.

                Abortion is for rape and maternal endangerment. Nothing else.


                Taxpayer-funded abortion should not exist, period. I may support allowing abortion for two critical circumstances, but I will never pay for it.

                Our tax money should not be blood money. It should not subsidize the death of innocents. If a rape victim wants to pay to kill her zygote/embryo/fetus, she should have that right. I have no qualm, because rape is a traumatic experience that, to me, is worse thab being murdered.

                -and if a woman is about to die and wants to take the selfish route out and kill the child to live another day and try again, that is her right. I hate allowing it, but I must.
                Before you attack that statement, let me remind you that motherhood is a sacrifice. A woman that bears a child will usually end up paying for the rest of her days. Motherhood is, at its core, selfless and noble. A woman that rears up a child is not selfish, but selfless. A mother will die for her child; she would take a bullet for her child. I dare you to find one mother who does not care about her child to the point that she would sooner die than the child.

                That should include birthing the child.

                So let me narrow the “maternal endangerment”. If the unborn human was certain to die (e.g. miscarriage, stillborn, or being birthed in the early first trimester), the mother should be allowed to abort it.

                -but if the child is viable- the second trimester and beyond -it’s selfish for the mother to kill a survivable child fer her own gain.

                Does that mean it should be illegal to abort a child if the child will live and the mother will die?

                NO. I support ALL medically genuine maternal endangerment cases. -but I mourn that today’s women are too selfish to think first of the child that can not speak nor choose for themselves.

                Do the unborn choose to be aborted?

                -and what if YOU, Micheal Long, were aborted? You wouldn’t be here advocating the right to slaughter the unborn. You would never exist. Your life would never be live. Your special purpose and passions would never exist. You would never even had a chance.

                No zygote, embryo, fetus, or baby chooses to be killed. Never.

                “Everyone who supported slavery were free. Everyone who supported abortion were born. Both supporters contended their victims were not real people.”
                -Author Unknown;

                -and lastly, and possibly the most important.
                Show me the GOP platform statement that completely outlaws abortion, even for the circumstances of rape and maternal endangerment. Cite the very line, link me the platform, and I will concede you are correct. You put a lot of talk on the evils of the GOP, now show me these very evils.

        • Oh, and while we’re at it, no access to contraceptives, family planning, or the sex education that might have made the pregnancy avoidable in the first place.

  • NHConservative0221

    Beck is saying now he thinks Romney wins in a landslide. He’s even calling him “President Romney!”

    Who else thinks it’ll be a landslide?

    • ColoradoTim

      I do think it will be a landslide. “The trend is your friend.” We seem to forget that we won a landslide in 2010.

      The best part was when they were taking the vote on changing the platform. That really showed what was going on in the Party.

      The Dems are collapsing fast. They are a coalition of polar opposites: Jews vs Muslims, Gays vs Muslims, Union thugs versus OWS, Christians vs Atheists, Female Free-speech’er’s vs Muslims. Then they ran off all the middle voters with “you didn’t build that”. Obama was supposed to be the great unifier. But with the infighting going on, a lot of their own people will stay home.

      After the shellacking, I really believe the Democratic party splits. Oh, it is going to be fun to watch.

      • NHConservative0221

        I’m cautiously optimistic.

        Since you’re from Colorado, I hope you’re doing everything you can to support Romney in that swing state— making phone calls, knocking on doors, writing letters, etc.

        NH is also a swing state but it’s still the Northeast where Maobama is up 5!!! Last I saw it was tied in CO.

        Oh and go Peyton!! He’s my favorite player and he’s also a conservative (both his wife and him donated to Fred Thompson in 2008 and he donated to Bush in 2004).

        I sometimes go on the DenverPost to argue football and also argue politics.

      • Betsey_Ross

        Splitting isn’t going to help them. They are totally and utterly fractured at this point. As annoying as the Republicans and the RINO’s are, this party has no hope of uniting into something that is even close to a winning team. There is going to be a huge re-alignment of political thought in the next few years. That is why the RINO’s just freak me out. They are so wussified. They can’t seem to get a handle on it and this is the time to do it.

      • “Oh, it is going to be fun to watch.”

        Almost as much fun as watching Fox News the night of November 4th, 2008?

    • Nukeman60

      I’ve been calling it a landslide for some time now, and it’s not just because I’m conservative. Look at the stats:

      If Romney takes 6 swing states (Colorado, Iowa, Wisconsin, Virginia, North Carolina, and Florida), he wins with 273, and they are all easily attainable. Next comes Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire. These can be taken with a small amount of work (giving Romney 331). After that, Nevada, Oregon, Minnesota, Maine and Connecticut can be swept in with the Tsunami flow (giving Romney a 365-173 win, a 2 to 1 margin). Last of all, my home state of Illinois may just possibly go for Romney (although it’s a longshot and it depends on the Cook county fraudulent vote number). So you see, it’s all quite possible.

      How can this be, you say. There are two factors that have skewed the polls so far (other than the media bias). One is the racist effect, the fact that people don’t want to be seen as racists, so they tell pollsters that they will vote for Obama, but in the polling booth, they will not.

      The second reason polls are skewed is the ‘shy Tory effect’. In other words, people who are polled really like the conservative message and feel the same way, but due to the media bias, don’t want to say so and therefore agree with the liberal point of view of the pollsters even though, once again, in the privacy of the polling booth, they will vote their hearts and not what goes along to get along.

      I say Tsunami and I see nothing so far that changes that belief.

      • NHConservative0221

        Obviously I hope your right but I don’t see ROmney sweeping all those liberal states.

        Romney could win Ohio but I don’t see him getting PA. Also no way he wins Minny, Oregon, CT, or Maine to name a few.

        Unfortunately I think he’ll lose my home state of NH as well. It’s Obama up 5 right now which makes me sick. People are stupid and it’s hard to win in the Northeast.

        I think ROmney wins but it’ll be alot closer…

        The two states that concern me most are CO and OH. HOpefully he gets at least one of those, OH would be huge.

      • Or like me and my husband – when they call us we just ooze compliments for Obama and the Democrats. Telling them we can’t wait until November to vote him another term. Yeah, right. Count that in your polls and watch where my vote really goes.

      • Illinois will NEVER go to any Republican. Illinois and California will never vote for anything that doesn’t have a “D” by their name. As sure as Texas will be forever conservative, Illinois and California will never be competitive. Ever.

        I would hate to live in Illinois. You guys have to live with Chicago and nine governors in jail over your state’s history, You guys really need to consider partitioning your state into Chicago and the real Illinois, so you can finally have representation. I say the same for California splitting from its loony liberal coastline and Arizona from the losers in liberal districts.

        -and the biggest of all: all of New York finally ceasing to subsidize New York City at their expsense!

        • Nukeman60

          Normally, I would agree with you. The state of Illinois is Republican, but Cook county always turns it blue. However, this time around, Obama is on the downswing and Rahm Emanuel has done Chicago no favors. I did say it was a longshot, and we have to contend with the Chicago fraudulent vote count, but it is possible this time around. I’m planning on moving out of the state soon, but we’re working very hard to turn this state before I do. Let’s see who’s right.

          Edit: forgot to give you a link that is interesting.

          • I hope that you’re right, and Illinois pulls a miracle.

            Instead of fleeing a dead-blue state that subsidizes the most corrupt city in the world, I suggest you fight to change it. Mainly, I suggest you run for office on a campaign TO SPLIT ILLINOIS FROM CHICAGO.

            The Constitution states that the legislature of Illinois and the federal Congress must consent to have a state Partitioned.

            However, with a GOP-swept House of Representatives, and what I feel will be a GOP-controlled Senate (by at least two votes, if not a sweep!), you could easily pass the federal hurdle.

            Getting enough Illinois State Congressmen to side with you will be the impsosible dream. -but if someone would rise up… maybe Illinois could finally receive true representation once more!

    • Martin2717

      Not me. This will be a close election.

  • Landscaper

    Kirsten Powers should replace Beckel on “The Five”

    • detectivedick

      Beck should replace “The Five” again! The truth is Kryptonite!

  • iaintlyin

    At least there are some drones not completely saturated with this invented distraction. The con artists are putting the big push on, causing them to reveal an agenda that is not healthy for any one. The climate they are creating is far more toxic and devastating than Global warming, and to be honest more dangerous than a world war. They’re seeking to destroy the only country that can prevent a WW. The most giving country in the world. These drones are sick bastards. There should be disclosure statements given to parents telling them of each teachers points of view so our kids have a chance of not being brainwashed as this Fluke was. Tip o the hat to Powers, I’ve seen/ heard her have an objective view on other shenanigans by the left.

  • Sober_Thinking

    Good for Kirsten. You can replace that creep Bob Beckle on the 5 with this more level-headed Dem anytime.

    I’m not really a fan of hers… but she’s around 60/40 (truth vs. lies) in her analysis. She is usually solidly moderate overall. I can stomach her a lot better than most other so-called moderates.

  • Wow, you think she liked the speech? Tell us what you really think, Kirsten. It’s about time some Democrat started pushing back against this insane woman Sandra Fluke. Just shows you the extremists that have taken over the Democratic Party. The omission of God and Jerusalem is even more proof of that. This is NOT Harry Truman’s Democratic Party anymore. It has been taken over by European-style secular socialists, and it shows. The differences between Democrats and Republicans have never been clearer. The people will have a clear choice come November.

  • freedomlover363

    do you hear us now Kirsten? what do you think we have been trying to tell you about what has happened to your party … this is what far left ideologues think

  • bjohnson55

    Just like an Elvis tune “She’s all Fluked-up uh,huh,huh”. Kirsten is going to wake up someday and realize “Damn I’m an Republican!” She is already too good looking to be a Democrat.

    • Nukeman60

      It’s the internal makeup that creates the external look. Kirsten has to look in the mirror and ask herself, “In ten years, do I want to look like Dana Perino or Nancy Pelosi?”

      With the incorrect answer, she could actually crack the mirror.

      • bjohnson55

        Or worse yet she could look like “Baffoon Bob” Beckel.

  • This is why Powers has staying power despite some of the dumber things she has said. She is speaking a certain truth here and people will respond to it. Kirsten should take over the DNC because the rampant emotional leftard radicals are ruining it.

  • SaraPFan

    I agree with Kristen. Fluke ought to be thankful for being born in the US. I’ve been on international trips and there were options to take excursions to the countries she mentioned. There were a list of demands for “women”. Things they weren’t allowed to do. I’ve never took those excursions and spent my money in a country where there are unequal laws against women.

  • I agree with Kristen…Fluke was a disaster….she made the Dems War on Women look like a War on America and on Women….just pathetic. Fluke did not help Obama at all!! That turned off women….my mother commented the same…WHAT COUNTRY WOULD THIS WOMAN LIKE TO LIVE IN??? is what my mother asked!! No good at all.

    But still having a Convicted Felon give your Keynote Speech was the worst. Just think of that??? And his crimes are against women…..I think Bill had ZERO credibility. He can talk but his PAST lurks right next to him…

    And Bill 48 minutes… god….that was ridiculous!! I give speeches and if you cannot make your point in 10-15 minutes YOU LOSE THE AUDIENCE. I am not talking about the paid pundits like Byron York who sounded utterly STUPID and OUT TO LUNCH or people in the Conventio Floor, I am talking about the man or woman at home with TV REMOTE CONTROL who knows the Football Game is on….or there is a reality show…kids need to go to sleep, has projects to work on and thinks….This man is a criminal and NEVER SHUTS UP!!

    That is the audience Bill lost…the audience at home! Plus when he endorsed Obama his credibility turned to nothing!! Bill is the Artic and Obama the Antartic…no relation or correlation!! Obama is a Marxist and his policies are such and Bill knows it!

    • RosiesSeeingRed

      1000 likes Michael.

    • I love how debut of football season in one day outdid the entire DNC’s television ratings its entire run.

      I also love that while the DNC was the most commented political event thus far on the Twitter, at least a fifth of those were conservatives mocking it.

  • Spartan4Palin

    I find it offensive that this stupid convention in run under the supervision of Obama and his administration. With that fact, none of these democrats will hold Obama accountable. None.

    But if this behavior was done at Romney’s convention, the press would IMMEDIATELY lay the blame directly at the feet of Romney!! Afterall, it’s HIS convention.

    This is what I find so disgusting. No one EVER blames Obama. NO ONE. It is utterly amazing how he has skated through his entire first term without a spec of dirt on him? The ‘teflon don’ couldn’t even come close.


    …DONATE TO the, Romney / Ryan 2012 Ticket . ” (period)

  • E. Lee Zimmerman

    Meh. Kirsten’s just jealous that she doesn’t get the kind of ‘face time’ Sandra Fluke’s getting.

    • must… resist… humor…

      Okay. I think I have it under control now.

      It’s just that (stop it!!)… no, I’m just saying (STOP IT!!)

      Whooo. Okay.

    • by face time do you mean balls on chin?

  • froggy19510

    Once in a while Kirsten sways into the truth. One day she may wake up and find that the Democrat party has left her behind and become a republican (but I won’t hold my breath).

    • Today’s Republicans are yesterday’s Democrats.

  • Because of the floor fight over putting God & Jerusalem back into the platform the whole schedule was thrown off. Fluke was supposed to be hidden before the prime time network coverage – but, instead, she was at the top of the hour for all to see. If she had remained hidden then Kristen would have remained silent … but because everybody got to see Ms. Fluke for who she is & hear what she said – they had to circle he wagons. All in all this DNC convention is being managed nearly as bad as Obama trashed US economy.

  • conservativemama

    I thank God my daughters, all younger than Ms. Fluke, are already light years ahead of her.

    Women like Fluke are the other side of the coin. One side is Playboy. The other are the Fluke Feminists. Both sides are fixated on certain female body parts. Playboy concerns itself with the outward parts, and the Fluke Feminists concern themselves with the interior parts.

    Excuse me while I busy myself with being an adult, an American, a woman with a brain and a heart who is no one’s victim and who knows that in this country, women are not silenced.

    Fluke is embarrassing. But at least I can point to her and tell my daughters, “You don’t want to be this woman.”

  • Mary_Linda

    Poor Kirsten still feels attached to Obama, as if Obama has principles she can take pride in, like voting 3 times to kill live-birth babies who slipped past the abortionist’s attempt to kill it, like lying through smiling teeth, like seeking to destroy American greatness by raking in all responsibilities of life into government’s lap, … Poor Kirsten.

    Kirsten, take off your blinders, will you. You are waking up about Fluke. Now wake up about the guy who hugs her and parades her in front of the American public!!

  • Well, lucky for you, that the word God was just recently added to the Democratic platform, and the countries you mentioned were snubbed by adding Jerusalem back as the capital of Israel, or I’d have invited you into Republican Party because you sure sound like me, a Republican woman.

  • can’t believe fluke hasn’t inked a book deal yet– impossible not to believe she’s got her eye on a large payday. noticed fluke opted out on the vagina cape, perhaps she didn’t want to get herself overly wet while wrapped in such a costume.

  • If she (Sandra Fluke) lived in a country that follows sharia, her birth control would be covered, for sure.

    Every birth she would be forced to have would be very controlled. Not necessarily medically or “sanitarily” controlled, but definitely controlled.

  • NHConservative0221

    Don’t forget that Powers is still a mindless liberal.

    Really Kirsten we’re better off now??? $6 T in new debt and excessive regulations?? An ever-expanding Fedzilla that wants to control every aspect of our lives? Obamacare with the largest tax increase in history? It’s death panels that will put bureaucrats in charge of who lives and dies? Dodd-Frank?

    Powers should be ashamed of herself and gets no credit from me. I don’t care how much she criticizes Fluke, that above article negates all of that!

    • maynardb50

      These well paid media types will never change their tune until it begins to hit them in the pocketbook, like it has already for so many other Americans!

  • The sad part about this article is that most of the children I saw on screen at the DNC probably DON’T have someone to tell them it’s all BS. GET ‘EM WHILE THEIR YOUNG, EH DEMS?

  • Apparently Sandra Fluke who is supposed to be studying law forgot the 1st amendment to the constitution….The Right to Free Speech. Oh! I forgot. The Democrats don’t consider the US Constitution as their law…. “they are laws of negative liberties” Barack Hussein Obama.

  • Curious. It seems to me Powers was one of the more rabid defenders of our own little Muslim Sister, Huma Abadein. Yet she is indicting the handiwork of our allies, new and threadbare, Muslims all. She is off the rez. She will be Bookered. Watch for walkback and possibly tears.

  • johnos2112

    Well Kirsten it appears the darkness of deception that is the democrat party is starting to unveil itself to you. The deception that has been played out, and you supported, seems to be bringing you to the light. Repubs are not not perfect BUT they are more about truth than the left. We have a seat for you whenever you choose to occupy it.

  • Fluke and her falsehoods. Will we never see the back of her????

    • III

      Apparently, lots of guys do.

  • stage9

    What in the world has happened to Kirsten Powers? Has she seen the light? She used to be such an automaton for Obama.

  • Get her on The Five and get rid of Bob and Juan! She, at least is an intelligent, thinking Liberal who thinks before she talks.

  • notebene

    Fluke is dishing out the usual “victimization” crap to women. It is the common progressive poison pill to point out to every woman, person of color, or sexual deviant that they are a “victim”. This gets the sheep to follow the wolf with the promise of getting what they want for “free” on our tax dollars that are not free! It is insulting to all of human kind and it’s time to kick these people out on their keisters! Powers doesn’t fool me. She sees a sinking ship and is trying to keep the “balance” she is paid to portray on Fox News. Too bad Beckel and Williams are too brain washed to see the writing on the wall. Then again…I can’t wait to see all of their heads explode on November 6th!

  • So the democratic party sees women as sex objects and they only thing women are capable of being interested in is contraceptives and abortions

    • iaintlyin

      No, some prominent ones think they can be humidors too

    • III

      Did you see those repulsive ‘Code Stink’ demonstrators in Florida during the RNC convention? the ones dressed as giant vaginas? THAT says a lot about how the dems and other commies see women – as genitalia who can be taught to vote democrat. They see no other use for them.

  • So the democratic party seems women as sex objects and the only things women are capable of being interested in is contraceptives and abortions

  • Nukeman60

    When the truth smacks you in the face as much as it has done to Kirsten here on Fox, you have to see the light eventually. Now, if only Tamara Holder would turn as well. Oops, no, wait. My bad. She will burst into flames before she sees the light. Unlike Powers, she is truly without a clue.

  • Surprising that some Democrats still have PRINCIPLES! LoL

  • iaintlyin

    good to see Powers make muliple statements regarding the topic. Shows she’s brewing over the matter.
    Like I stated previously, I seen her waver on a couple of things lately and not be as adamant as you would expect on others.
    If you’re a regular viewer of Fox, have you noticed the new way Beckel and Williams handle the question and statements of other commentators? They put on a look of bewilderment as though they can’t believe what their hearing. I believe they are so befuddled that they use this as a way of not defending the stances of the left. Beckel is a slobbering moron that uses his ex drug use and alcohol abuse as a distraction from the conversation at hand. Juan Williams is the most illogical, most hypocritical commentator I see around. Beckel, a joke, the Lefts Custer back in the day. Between then and now hes been a Charlie Sheen role model.

  • She is HOT. I know she is smart, but when she talks all I can see is that she’s hot. She is not a true feminist because feminists are not that hot!

    (sarcasm-aka PC bait)

  • CalCoolidge

    The libs will just say Powers is a stooge singing for he supper.

    But the Dem Bosses surely think everyone is stupid. And if you look at the Dem drones Peter Shiff interviewed at the convention, you could see where the Bosses got the idea everyone is stupid.


    I’ve always had a love/hate (more like/dis-like) thing going on with Kirsten, but even with working on FOX and her liberal views showing even when I could not agree at ALL with her.

    The last year or so she seems to have been more grounded and realizes she has to survive after OBOZO, and seems to have come around to some good old COMMON SENSE.

    Now I can say…. LOVE you KP, LOVE YOU ! I LOVE YOU KIRSTEN !!!!!!!!
    You are quite the example for young women out there, and pretty too !!!

    I am so fluking tired of that Sandra woman, she makes me want to SPEW myself.

    How can Dems fall so low and strident with the country watching????

    I agree with RUSH, these people ( Dem delegates) looks like ignoramases and MORONS.

    Big Dog Billy was spewing so much, he went 20 minute too long talking about how great HE WAS.

    The man had a REPUBLICAN CONGRESS, remember that as we build a new government
    before it is too late to save OUR REepublic. Yes BEN, we want to keep it !

    I could not tell the difference between Bill’s MIS-information and his DIS-infomation.

    Someone should have pulled the “PACE” (yes pace) card on him and hookered him out of there.
    Maybe Sandra had a condom on her (that we paid for) for emergency self promotion purposes.

    He made Dear Leader wait 30 extra minutes for his fake hug and gestures, oops.

    Clint —–1
    Big Dog – 0
    PREZI —-I, I, I (Incomplete, what, huh?)

    Bite-Me —W ? – for- (Who cares what this IDIOT thinks anymore ?)

    This is what happens when you idiotic Progressive Dem DUFUSES temp the LORD………..

    I approve this message….
    Davy Crockett
    San Antonio, Tx

  • Mike Lee

    Good for you, Kirsten. You see, Kirsten is a real Democrat. Or at least, what used to be a real Democrat. Sorry to break the news to you , Kirsten, but your party has left you.

  • donmoffet

    Good for Kirsten Powers. Wish more Democrat women would speak out like her.

  • B-Funk

    I wouldn’t believe she actually tweeted these things if my eyes didn’t see them. Wow! I still don’t like her opinions, but in this case I agree with her.

  • Do you think it’s just a fluke that she chooses to rhyme her name with … truck?

    • keyesforpres

      I thought it ryhmed with the bad word of all bad words.

  • I’ve come to expect embellishment from both parties and there have been some doosies over the last couple of weeks. It is my opinion, however, that Ms. Fluke’s speech was beyond embellishments and instead full of hate and blatant untruths. When she said the Republicans would: have pregnant women die preventable deaths in emergency rooms, redefine rape, and decide which domestic violence victims deserve help, I was in shock. I think I was more shocked by her facial expressions which were almost evil at times. Maybe that was intentional drama, but her rant was scary.

    I know these speeches are about getting politicians elected, but this war on women strategy makes me wonder how I could have missed all the battles. I say that as an African American women who served proudly in the military and retired at the highest enlisted rank. I say it as a women who works for an agency where a women is the director and many of the top directors are also women. I say it as a women with two grown daughters who own their reproductive decisions and assume responsibility for their choices as did I.

    Rape redefined – SHOW ME and please don’t use the Ryan clip where he mentions “method of conception” because he never meant redefine rape. And the domestic abuse comment has me baffled because I don’t know what she’s referencing. Can someone point me to what she’s referring to because I like to be informed before I make comment.

    • Thank you for your service to our country! Ms. Fluke’s speech was indeed scary–she obviously has little regard for women who live in countries where women’s rights are practically non-existent. She needs to grow up.

    • After an emotional floor debate, the House of Representatives on Thursday passed the so-called Protect Life Act, which prohibits women from buying health insurance plans that cover abortion under the Affordable Care Act and makes it legal for hospitals to deny abortions to pregnant women with life-threatening conditions.

      House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.), a proponent of the bill, told voters last week that its purpose is “to ensure that no taxpayer dollars flow to health care plans that cover abortion and no health care worker has to participate in abortions against their will.”

      H.R. 358, introduced by Rep. Joe Pitts (R-Pa.), goes beyond the issue of taxpayer dollars to place actual limits on the way a woman spends her own money. The bill would prevent a woman from buying a private insurance plan that includes abortion coverage through a state health care exchange, even though most insurance plans currently cover abortion.

      An even more controversial aspect of the bill would allow hospitals that are morally opposed to abortion, such as Catholic institutions, to do nothing for a woman who requires an emergency abortion procedure to save her life. Current law requires that hospitals give patients in life-threatening situations whatever care they need, regardless of the patient’s financial situation, but the Protect Life Act would make a hospital’s obligation to provide care in medical emergencies secondary to its refusal to provide abortions.

    • For years, federal laws restricting the use of government funds to pay for abortions have included exemptions for pregnancies resulting from rape or incest. (Another exemption covers pregnancies that could endanger the life of the woman.) But the “No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act,” a bill with 173 mostly Republican co-sponsors that House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) has dubbed a top priority in the new Congress, contains a provision that would rewrite the rules to limit drastically the definition of rape and incest in these cases.

      • You are correct. -but to say they’re “redefining rape” somehow implies that the GOP wants to decriminalize date-rape and similar non-forcible types and stop seeking justice for these victims, which are just as raped as forcible rape.

        You are blatantly lying about the GOP if you think they’re “redefining rape” for any purpose other than to slow and ultimately eliminate the slushing of our tax dollars to the slaughter of innocent zygotes, embryos, fetuses, and even late third-trimester babies.

        Rape is sex without consent, Micheal Long.
        The punishment for non-statutory rape (AKA an adult and minor consenting to fornicate) should be DEATH or life in prison.

        I dare you to say Republicans hate women if they want men to be truly punished for what they do to women. I NEVER hear Democrats pushing for greater punishments against rape. They’re too busy banning thirty two ounce Coca-Cola cups and stopping people from using lethal force when they must defend themselves and their property.

        I dare you to tell me that wanting the death penalty for rape is a “war on women”. We’re the party of capital punishment.

        You want a war on women? How about when the Supreme Court declared capital punishment for rape an unconstitutionally “cruel and unusual punishment”? Or how about when Ted Kennedy failed to report that accident the night he and a woman drove into a car? Guess who died? Or, hey, remember what Bill Clinton did to Monica and all sorts of female staffers? Or how about women receiving less pay in the White House than men?

        Your party is better at fighting women than us… unless, of course, you’re so obbsessed about sex that you want to have it without consequence and then want to kill the result of your decision to fornicate.

        Abortion should ONLY be illegal in the cases of rape and the mother’s life in danger. There are NO exceptions otherwise.

        • Somehow implies? The article (and the original language in the bill, should you wish to read it), speaks for itself.

          “With this legislation, which was introduced last week by Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.), Republicans propose that the rape exemption be limited to “forcible rape.” This would rule out federal assistance for abortions in many rape cases, including instances of statutory rape, many of which are non-forcible. For example: If a 13-year-old girl is impregnated by a 24-year-old adult, she would no longer qualify to have Medicaid pay for an abortion.”

          “Given that the bill also would forbid the use of tax benefits to pay for abortions, that 13-year-old’s parents wouldn’t be allowed to use money from a tax-exempt health savings account (HSA) to pay for the procedure. They also wouldn’t be able to deduct the cost of the abortion or the cost of any insurance that paid for it as a medical expense.”

          To be fair, they did back out of that position, but only after a considerable public backlash. Nonetheless, their original proposal did seek to redefine rape as defined by the current applicable law.

          No lies. Facts.

    • First off: thank you for your service in your nation’s military.

      Second: the “rape redefined” crap was actually talking about an abortion bill that would have severely limited taxpayer-funded abortions for rape victims. It would have, FOR THE PURPOSES OF FUNDING ABORTION, defined a “rape worthy of the funds” as forcible, traumatic rape, removing statutory and date-rape drugs from the list to receive blood money. It did not affect the states’ ability to continue its funding, and most of all, DID NOT CHANGE THE CRIMINAL DEFINITION OF RAPE.

      Anyone that claims Republicans want to “redefine rape” need to remember that an economic definition and a criminal definition of rape are different.

      but frankly, I don’t understand statutory rape. Teenagers these days are sluts, man and woman alike. Why is it still a crime, when so many wannabe harlots do it?

      To me, “rape” is any time a woman does not consent to sex. That includes forcible and date-raping. The punishment for non-statutory rape should be DEATH or life in prison. It’s time we put fear into the abominations that actually do that to women. If they’d never leave the big house or get tabled for their crimes, maybe we’d see justice for the victims!

  • Loonmagnet

    I am proud and feel blessed to have been born in this country. “Women” like Fluke are an insult.

  • I would personally welcome her to the dark side. I’m not implying anything with “personally”.

  • CathyInKs

    Sandra Fluke is a “poster girl” for the shallow and hypocritical attitudes the “left” has toward women in this country. They’ve reduced women to a few “body parts” – namely their reproductive organs. Maybe Ms. Fluke, privileged young woman that she is, has no idea how readily available free or nearly free birth control is in this country because she has never had to go to Planned Parenthood, never darkened the doors of a WalMart, and God forbid never asked her male partner to wear a condom. The “left” creates a false narrative about women’s rights. Meanwhile where are the jobs, how about cheaper gas prices at the pump, how about controlling spiraling costs of food and other essential items? These are the “real concerns” that “real women” are concerned about in this country! Kudos to you Kirsten Powers! We stand in solidarity with you, not with the vapid, self-serving, whiny Flukes of this world!

  • ToroNation

    Let’s line up all of Uncle Clinton’s “ladies” and see if they feel that their voice has been silenced!

  • She doesn’t represent women. She only represents herself. I hope her 15 minutes of fame is finally over, but I’ll probably never be ever to see the back of her.

  • Is it just me or is Kirsten Powers:

    1. Getting hotter, if possible.

    2. Becoming more conservative.

  • Yeah, I don’t understand. What is different now? Sandra Fluke didn’t say anything I wouldn’t have expected her so say. EXCEPT:That she was waiting for a man to come flying to her rescue. I didn’t expect that that from this “empowered woman.” Funny how it’s always the most “empowered woman” that are always the first and the loudest to claim that they are victims and need to be saved by the big strong man.

  • Great post! I noticed KP does not appear to be leaning as far lefty these days, I hope it lasts! I have you linked up at my place, by the way.

  • Does anyone wonder how many delegates fornicated with Sandra Fluke over the course of the convention? It makes sense as to why Bill Clinton was one of the last speakers, and Sandra Fluke was earlier. I honestly do think that Bill Clinton and Sandra Fluke fornicated with one-another some time at that convention.