Saturday, December 1, 2012

On Fluke, and Person of the Year

This past week, there was a media kerfuffle over Sandra Fluke's nomination as Time Magazine's Person of the Year.

I think it's appropriate.

If there's one lesson we've learned the hard way this past year, it's how malinformed, narcisscistic, and flat-out stupid, the American people have allowed themselves to become; who better reflects this pathetic reality than Fluke?!?

Fluke convinced a critical mass of the electorate to vote for subsidized orgasms.  That's not good, but it is an accomplishment.  It obviously worked.

I diagnosed the core problem here.  My proposed solution is here.  For now, however, Sandra Fluke for Person of the Year strikes me as a sadly appropriate snapshot of America in 2012.

Update: At least keeping Fluke in the news is a good for a laugh at the expense of Angry Liberals.

Update II: As I'm writing this, there's a spoiled child screaming in the background whose demands were just appeased by his parents.


  1. I think it's very appropriate that Sandra Fluke be named TIME's Man of the Year.