Don't expect MSNBC or other liberal media outlets to showcase Georgetown University senior Angela Morabito anytime soon. The conservative student may attend the same school as feminist activist and law student Sandra Fluke, but, as Morabito makes clear in a March 2 post at The College Conservative, they're worlds apart in their worldview.
It's "[f]unny how the same side that cries 'Get your rosaries off my ovaries' is the same side saying, 'on second thought…please pay for me to have all the sex I want!' The people who espouse 'pro-choice' 'values' are the same people who say religious institutions have no right to choose," observed Morabito, who concluded her post by challenging fellow Georgetowner to live up to the school's motto by respecting herself as more than the sum of her genitals (emphases mine):
Sandra, I hope you take to heart our school’s motto of “Cura Personalis” – care of the whole person. You are so much more than your reproductive organs. Please, have some self-respect and take responsibility for your choices instead of having to beg the government for help. The government should not be able to force a religious institution – like the one we attend – to pay for the things they don’t believe in. That is pretty clear in the first amendment. But since you missed the ten commandments I can’t expect you to read the Bill of Rights either.
I believe in Georgetown. I love this school. And I know that we are so, so much better than what Sandra Fluke would make us out to be.