The cost of birth control for 99% of Georgetown students would never cost $3,000 a year.
Without insurance coverage, contraception can cost a woman over $3,000 during law school.
Your statement -
Quote:The cost of birth control for 99% of Georgetown students would never cost $3,000 a year.
Quote:Without insurance coverage, contraception can cost a woman over $3,000 during law school.
Were you exaggerating Finn or lying?
The woman has voluntarily made herself a public figure.
Clearly Limbaugh wasn't asserting that she was an actual street walker.
She was a public activist before the Limbaugh slur and she expanded that status afterwards.
Clearly Limbaugh wasn't asserting that she was an actual street walker. Anyone with half a brain realizes that.
Truth is an absolute defense against charges of libel and slander so if she sues (and she won't) the defense will have the right ask her about all of her sexual experiences.
With birth control pills costing $9 a month at Walmarts and public clinics giving them away fro free in 75% of the counties in the US, how many women in Georgetown do you think are paying over $3,000 a year for birth control?
She never said 3k a year. She said 3k over the course of law school, which is three years. Parados pointed that out to you, but you didn't seem to understand when he said it.
Method Effectiveness Cost Per Year
Birth Control Pills 95 percent $160 to $600
Birth Control Patch 95 percent $160 to $600
Cervical Cap 77 to 83 percent $35 to $60
Condoms 85 percent $150
Diaphragm 85 percent $60
Fertility-Awareness 75 to 88 percent Free
IUDs 99 percent $100 (varies)
Shot (Depo-Provera) 99 percent $220 to $460
Sterilization 99 percent $30 to $200 (varies)
Vaginal Ring (NuvaRing) 95 percent $160 to $600
Vaginal Sponge 68 to 84 percent $500
Abstinence 100 percent Free
Abstinence isn't free. Sure, there's no DOLLAR cost associated with it; but, you don't get to have sex, and that's an opportunity cost, as most people consider that to be one of the high points of life.
So she will receive damages for one day of defamation?