It all began with abortion but it was never about abortion. Then came ObamaCare and the Georgetown girl, Fluke, and contraception, but it was not about contraception. A lawsuit was filed against a Boston Catholic university by a woman who claims the school, by not permitting her to change roommates or rooms, created psychological hardships for her. She was controlled.
NBC: “A New York woman has filed a lawsuit against her former Roman Catholic college in Boston, claiming administrators didn’t do enough to help her when she complained that her roommate was having too much sex in their dorm room.
Lindsay Blankmeyer said in a federal lawsuit that she suffered from depression and attention deficit disorder before she enrolled at Stonehill College, but was driven into a suicidal depression after school officials wouldn’t give her reasonable housing alternatives to get her away from her roommate at the school in Easton, Mass. …
“Stonehill refused Lindsay’s request for a single room and in the following weeks and months Lindsay fell into a dark and suicidal depression requiring her to take a leave of absence from school and undergo extensive psychiatric and medical treatment,” the lawsuit states.”
At the press conference Obama spoke about his daughters and why he personally called Sandra Fluke: “I wanted Sandra to know that I thought her parents should be proud of her, and that we want to send a message to all our young people that being part of a democracy involves argument and disagreements and debate. And we want you to be engaged, and there’s a way to do it in a way that doesn’t involve you being demeaned and insulted.”
How would his daughters feel about the message Lindsay Blankmeyer is sending?