Hate to quote Bill Maher but very few others have been making this point.
From Maher’s Twitter: “Hate to defend #RushLimbaugh but he apologized, liberals looking bad not accepting. Also hate intimidation by sponsor pullout”
Meaning that Sandra Fluke was wrong to refuse Limbaugh’s apology. Even if an apology feels somewhat less than completely sincere, when someone apologizes to you the decent and honorable thing to do is to accept it graciously and to forgive.
If you don’t, Maher is right to say, you have compromised your moral character. It's like kicking someone when they are down. It makes you look like a coward.
Also agree with Maher that intimidation by sponsor pullout is a vile, anti-democratic tactic. One that has become the calling card of radical leftists who want to suppress speech that they hate. Good to see a Bill Maher making the point that this kind of thuggery is appalling behavior.
Hopefully, within a week or so Sandra Fluke will be forgotten. Then we will no longer have to wonder why she doesn’t pronounce her name the way it is spelled but pronounces it as though it were spelled Fluck.
Which sounds a lot like another word that I cannot mention on this blog.