(Yahoo News) Sandra Fluke speaks in prime time at Democratic National Convention
CHARLOTTE, N.C.--Recent law school graduate Sandra Fluke, who became a heroine on the left this year when she appeared at a Democratic hearing to argue for federal subsidies for contraception, spoke on Wednesday at the Democratic National Convention, where she suggested that Mitt Romney would restrict access to birth control if elected.
Fluke told the crowd that under Romney, the country could become a place "in which access to birth control is controlled by people who will never use it; in which politicians redefine rape so survivors are victimized all over again. ... We know what this America would look like. In a few short months, it's the America we could be."