Pam Geller Doesn’t Know How Women’s Birth Control Works, Either

I have to assume she’s never needed the pill — I pulled this off Geller’s site (to which I do not link)

A 30-year-old poses as a 23-year-old, chooses a Catholic University to attend at $65,000 per year, and cannot afford ALL the birth control pills she needs… so she wants the US taxpayers to pay for her rampant sexual activity. By all accounts she is banging it five times a day. She sounds more like a prostitute to me. She must have an gyno bill to choke a horse (pun intended). Calling this whore a slut was a softball.

Do these people have any brains at all? Do they think, ever? Or do they honestly believe that women who have frequent sex have to take more pills than those on a strict once-a-week schedule?

I’m starting to think the entire American Right needs to be sent to a Masters and Johnson therapy clinic, if there are any around any more.

Charles Johnson quotes some of the comments — apparently Ms. Fluke is also a Muslim-lover.

Anyhoo — do read Dennis G., “You could hear the fear.” He thinks the loss of advertisers could really be putting some fear into Rush. Apparently most of his ads are “multi-level marketing deals with referral kick-backs for anybody who mentions the show when placing an order. And others—most of them it seems—were straight up grifts to fluff up Rushbo’s wallet and fund this or that aspect of the wingnut money machine.” If enough legitimate businesses drop out … well, we can hope. And join the fight …

Check out this “boycott Rush” site and also this one. Still go to — AOL, Sears, eharmony, Oreck Vacuum Cleaners, LifeLock, Tax Resolution, and Lear Capital. And Get Rush off of Armed Forces radio.

[Update: AOL is out!]

Update: Cenk Uygur believes Rush’s ratings claims are a lie, and that he couldn’t possibly have 20 million listeners as he claims. Also —

But one thing is for sure — he’s hurt, dog! That’s why we see the unprecedented apology from him on Sandra Fluke. When this controversy first broke, I predicted on our show that more advertisers would drop him (at the time, only two had). Advertisers are much more likely to drop a controversial guy if his numbers are already down. They’ll ride it out if he’s still delivering the goods. This is the same thing that happened to Imus. His ratings were miserable already, so advertisers didn’t have enough incentive to stick with him when trouble arose.

So, Rush is in big trouble now as more and more advertisers peel off. He’s in a tail spin. Why else would you triple down on the “slut” comments from Wednesday to Friday and then issue an apology on Saturday? He has over-reached (in his offensive comments) and undelivered (in his ratings). That’s a lethal combo.

32 thoughts on “Pam Geller Doesn’t Know How Women’s Birth Control Works, Either

  1. If eHarmony drops its ads, what hope will the ignorant, misgynistic, old white male losers who listen to his show have to ever get another date?
    Oh yeah, I forgot – the “escort” ads in the newspapers. And the girls/boys in the red-light districts.

    And what will happen to their self-love-lives if they don’t get their Sears catalog’s?
    Or have AOL to surf for porn.

    I’ll leave Oreck Vaccuum Cleaners to your imaginations. I’m sure they do.

    And, if Lear Capital decides to pull its advertising, maybe someone can start-up a “LEER” Capital one to take its place?

    As for Pam Geller, the amount of self-love, combined with self-loathing, and projection onto others, is something even Freud would have been afraid to explore. “Pam who? Oh… I’m afraid I’m booked. Call me in… oh… about 40 years, and maybe a spot will open up.”

    Oh, and speaking of Pam, about the young lady “…banging it five times a day…” – can you please be more specific? Name some of the “By all accounts…”
    Who are the people you’re counting for this accounting?
    And why?
    And whose business is it anyway?

    What a waste of oxygen and carbon that woman is…

  2. My comment disappeared?
    And I didn’t even use the deadly V*agra word!

    Oh, it must have been all of the companies I named.

  3. Ah, Geller. That screeching harpy always shows up when there’s some controversy that she thinks she can mine. She like that kid in the lunchroom who sees a conflict and then starts yelling, “Fight, fight, fight!” For the life of me, I don’t see how anyone still reads her gibberish.

  4. Wait, now their claiming that Fluke somehow “posed” as younger than she was? WTF?

    And claiming that a law student at Georgetown somehow has time to do anything other than study 5 times a day?! (And in her 30s? Wow. You go, girl. 😉 )

    “By all accounts?” I shudder to think of what hateful fever swamp slur Gellar counts as an “account” of Fluke’s behavior.

    And isn’t the proposal that the insurance companies, not “the US taxpayers”, pay for coverage in cases like Georgetown’s?

    It’s sad that no one is able to get Geller into the mental health treatment she obviously needs.

  5. It’s too early in the morning to digest all that stupid. I haven’t absorbed last nights portion of stupidity that William A. Jacobson served up.

    One thing that’s become apparent though…America needs to devote more resources toward education.

  6. Methinks Limbaugh slimed the wrong person this time, and Geller as well as the idiots at Fox are piling on, thinking they’re helping ol’ Rush out. Thing is, by repeating his lies they are lending more weight to the evidence against him.

    Ms Fluke is not a public figure, for whom the rules of defamation are more lax. She is a private citizen, a 3rd-year law student at a prestigious private university, and beyond doubt has the support of her law profs, who must be chomping at the bit to bring the mother of all civil suits against that wanker. A suit in which Geller and her ilk may be required to testify that either, A. they believed Rush spoke the absolute truth, or B. they knew he was lying, and knowingly repeated those lies. Oops–rock meet hard place.

    This time, Rush Limbaugh has stepped in a pile of manure he can’t scrape off.

  7. I wonder if Rush’s “apology” won’t hurt him with some of his “Ditto-heads.”
    I mean, look at what he did – he apologized to “A GIIIIIIIIIIIIRL!”

  8. AOL has now also pulled its advertising from Rush’s vanity radio project.

    I guess AOL, “America On Line,” felt he was ROL – ‘Rush’s Outta Line!’

  9. she wants the US taxpayers to pay

    biggerbox, I too am confused. I also recall Ms. Fluke testifying against the Blunt Amendment, which would require employers to provide coverage for contraceptives under private health insurance policies.

    Which is why Rushbo’s “we’d pay for” also confused me. I know damn well he can’t possibly have coverage from Ms. Fluke’s, or anyone else’s, private health insurer. If Rush had health insurance, he wouldn’t’ve had to steal someone else’s prescription for V**gra.

    Or maybe Rush and Pam think we have single-payer Universal Health Care now?

  10. I have to assume that Geller not only does not know anything about birth control meds, she doesn’t know that when a private university provides student health insurance, that cost is covered by tuition fees. In short, Ms Fluke is paying for her own insurance. Not Geller, not Limbaugh, not taxpayers.

  11. “Well, what would you call someone who wants us to pay for her to have sex?


  12. This time, Rush Limbaugh has stepped in a pile of manure he can’t scrape off.

    Muldoon…I have to disagree with you on that comment. Limp-pud is basking in the shit storm he has created. He’s hit the mother lode and is enjoying every moment of the tumoil. Cabonite is, as far as I know, the only advertiser that has found the integity to sever ties completely and permanently with that big ol’ shit ball, the rest have only suspended their accounts.

    They’ll lay low until the storm dies down and then come crawling back. The only principles they will adhere to are the principles of capitalism. The probability of a genuine concern for Limp-pud’s vicious attack on women is slight, if not non existant in the capitalist realm.

    I’d venture to say that Rush will weather the storm and then milk the whole episode for every ounce of twisted logic and sympathy it’s capable of producing. He’s gonna bellow the victim’s cry on how he’s been maligned, misunderstood, and set upon by evil liberals. And he’ll have an army of mindless drone followers to echo his cries.

  13. Maha, did you actually ask if people like Pam Geller have any brains? That was a rhetorical question, right?

  14. The problem is Ms. Fluke needs someone to tell the truth about her testimony. And, few seem to be doing that. If you replay her testimony, you will find that she never once referred to her private life. And, yes, she was testifying why contraception should be covered by insurance companies not why taxpayers should. She testified about a married friend who suffered from PCOS (an incredibly debilitating condition) and the pill was the prescribed treatment. It was costing her $100 a month because Georgetown University being a Catholic University would not allow insurance companies to cover contraception for “moral” reasons. Her friend eventually just could not afford the pill and stopped taking it. The end result was that her friend had to have one of her ovaries removed, which probably cost a heck of a lot more than the $100 a month. She testified about other women who suffer from endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, ovarian cysts, and other conditions specific to women. Further, some women use it to actually regulate their cycles so they can become pregnant. Never in her testimony did she reference her own private sex life. Knowing what the testimony was really about makes Limbaugh’s remarks even more ridiculous. Karoli at Crooks and Liars said it best, “His attack on a private citizen named Sandra Fluke was reprehensible, but the real damage done is the misinformation he spread about why contraception is a health issue, why it should be deemed a basic benefit in any health insurance policy, and why women should have affordable access to it.” See following link:

    And, now Geller is trying to keep the lies going and missing the whole point of Ms. Fluke’s testimony.

  15. Geller:

    A 30-year-old poses as a 23-year-old

    Because if a wingnut’s incorrect and unjustified assumption about a subject turns out to be false, it’s all that subject’s fault. It’s amazing how much they are all about the taking of personal responsibility.

  16. I hope Ygur is right. Thom Hartmann claims to best Rush ratings-wise in markets where they go head-to-head. Despite this explanation I’m hard pressed to explain the huge numbers for conservative books from the ilk of Coulter, Savage and Levin. So I wonder whether they take publisher numbers or retail sales figures from book stores.

    I must be living in some kind of bubble in this regard. I can’t believe Bush beat Gore either.

  17. “But Bush didn’t beat Gore, except on the Supreme Court”
    Yes, Paradoctor; but Jebbie was the governator of the state that decided.
    A wee bit o’ voter fraud if ever i’ve seen.

    Rush is a gift of Biblical proportions to the left.
    The Republicans are dropping faster than a prom dress in west Texas.

  18. Hey, not for nothing…but it was only by reading Masters and Johnson’s study on human sexuality that I found out that I was normal.

  19. Do not wish too hard for Rush to fail, even though he deserves it. You might get your wish, only to find that Rush’s successor is far more dangerous. Progressives and liberals simply must find a way to effectively address the poisonous melange of fear, anger, frustration and ignorance that made Rush Limbaugh so influential, or we will see more Limbaughs in the future.

  20. To be fair to Geller, it’s self-evident that she suffers from quite severe mental health problems. The worrying aspect of her deranged rantings is that so many people on the right are willing to make use of her when it suits.

  21. Just linked to this blog – sure glad I found it – great reading and look forward to visiting here often~

    Thank you for posting about Bannister – I happened to be in the car and heard Limpballs read Bannister’s article VERBATIM live and have posted about the LIES since that minute I got out of my car and onto the computer. I DO NOT understand WHY the MSM or even Rachel, for that matter, has picked up that Limpy’s WHOLE LIE is about Bannister’s LIES.


  22. Could it be that Rush is not only a blowhard extraorinaire, but an illusionist in the manor of the mighty Oz?.. Hiding behind a curtain of false rating numbers and a massive salary that gives the illusion that the size of his paycheck reflects directly in proportion on the size of his audience. The GOP trembles like the cowardly lion when the mighty Rushbo roars but that might be coming to an end as his future is beginning to resemble the Hindenburg disaster.

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