Sandra Fluke And Obama Palin

March 7, 2012 by staff 

Sandra Fluke And Obama Palin, Alabama’s Democratic Party has recruited controversial comedian Bill Maher to headline a fundraiser March 17, amid calls by President Barack Obama and other Democrats for greater civility in public debate.

Maher has donated $1 million to aid a superPAC that is aiding Obama’s re-election campaign. He is popular among Democrats, but is reviled by many GOP advocates for his frequent sexually-themed insults of Republican women.

Last March, for example, he called Gov. Sarah Palin a “c*nt” during a live show in Texas and a “dumb tw*t” during his HBO TV show.

The Alabama Democratic Party’s website advertises the Maher fund raiser. Ticket prices are $100.

Yesterday, Palin used Twitter to urge Obama to back up his calls for civility by returning Maher’s $1 million donation. “Why doesn’t his super PAC return the $1 million that he got from a rabid misogynist?” she asked.

Obama urged greater civility Mar. 6 while focusing media and Democrats’ attention on radio host Rush Limbaugh.

Limbaugh has been targeted by the media and the Democrats since he insulted a Democratic activist, Sandra Fluke, as a “sl*t” and a “prostitute.”

Fluke is the experienced Democratic activist and Georgetown University law student who demanded on Feb. 23 that the federal government force religious organizations to provide her and others with free contraceptives at a cost of roughly $1,000 per year.

After she made the demand, Limbaugh called her a sl*t and a prostitute, but then apologized on March 3.

Obama called Fluke on March 2, spurring further media coverage of Limbaugh’s insult.

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