-Apparently, Sandra Fluke, having already shored up the all-important ten-people-in-a-Nevada-grocery-store-parking-lot vote, has been assigned to a “college tour” wherein she encourages college students, who presumably are in heavy need of free birth control, to vote for Obama. Or free birth control. Or Sandra Fluke. It’s unclear at this point.
Whatever her purpose, Sandra Fluke took her sideshow on the road this week, visiting public universities, where she presumably commiserated with other young people for whom $10-per-month birth control is an unreasonable and utterly unacceptable burden on their finances, particularly when alcohol is so expensive to procure where market demand is so high. And she drew a crowd.
Or at least, a crowd for Sandra Fluke.
Women’s rights activist Sandra Fluke made an appearance on Turlington Plaza on Wednesday to encourage students to utilize early voting for next week’s presidential election.
Fluke stopped at UF as part of her “It’s On You” Youth Early Vote Campus Outreach tour.
About 40 students gathered by the potato statue to listen.
“Florida is so critical to this election,” Fluke said in her speech.
Probably not that critical, if Sandra Fluke is the only surrogate whose time the Obama campaign is willing to waste on it.