No surprise here. They have so much in common. They both love abortion, and they both think everyone else should pay for it.
Pro-abortion activist Sandra Fluke, the campaigner for the HHS birth control mandate to force religious groups to pay for and refer women for abortion-causing drug and birth control that violate their consciences, will join President Barack Obama on the campaign trail.
Fluke, the Georgetown University law student who became a controversial national figure during the mandate debate,will introduce Obama at a campaign stop in Denver on Wednesday. The mandate went into effect five days ago and is the subject of dozens of lawsuits from pro-life groups, religious groups, and educational institutions.