Like every good liberal, she’s an expert at being a flaming hypocrite.

(CNSNews.com) – While generally condemning the use of “demeaning language” used against women in public life, Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke declined to comment on Bill Maher’s used of vulgar terms to describe former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

On Tuesday, the 30-year-old Fluke spoke at an event at the U.S. Capitol in celebration of women’s history month. In her remarks, Fluke condemned “conservative commentators” for trying to silence women by using “sexist rhetoric,” and added that “that kind of treatment of women will not be tolerated.”

After she spoke, CNSNews.com asked Fluke: “You said we shouldn’t tolerate demeaning language for women. Should we tolerate Bill Maher for calling Sarah Palin some of the stuff he’s said?”

Fluke responded: “I’m not going to speak about particular labels that have been applied to particular women. But no matter who is demeaning women, it’s always unacceptable.”

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