During her testimony before Congress in which she wailed that she could not afford her contraception, Sandra Fluke said “Without insurance coverage, contraception, as you know, can cost a woman over $3,000 during law school.”  Three thousand dollars for three years.

As a public service to Ms. Fluke and all other women attending Georgetown University, this author would like to pass along a bit of information which should help you enjoy the sex life you are entitled to and have some significant money left over to help boost the collapsing Obamaconomy.

Get out a pen and paper your I-Pad and jot this down…..


Birth control prescriptions are available at Wal-Mart for $9/month and have been since 2007. Your nearest store is:

Alexandria Wal-Mart Store #5753

At this store
  • Pharmacy
6303 Richmond Hwy
Alexandria, VA 22306
Phone: (703) 253-9901
Oh, I understand. Wal-Mart is so “uncool.” Well how about your nearest Target store with a pharmacy? They decided to match Wal-Mart’s deal back in 2007. Your nearest store including a pharmacy:
Columbia Heights Target
3100 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20010
Details(202) 777-3773
Running a few calculations, it seems that this information could help lower your costs from the $3000 you spoke of to $324 for your three-year stint at Georgetown. I mean, after all, $9 a month? I’d be willing to bet you spend more than that on coffee in a couple of days. That’s quite reasonable!
You’re quite welcome Ms. Fluke. We conservatives always like to help out where we can. We really do like women and are quite pleased that very reasonably priced contraception is so easily available for you should you need it.