On the heels of his recent comment that college student Sandra Fluke, who was denied the opportunity to testify before a Congressional committee about the need for birth control coverage in health care plans, was a "slut" and a "prostitute" who's "having so much sex she can't afford contraception," (because that's how birth controls work, right ladies?), Rush Limbaugh, who was married four-times and smuggled bottles of Viagra into the Dominican Republican, doubled down today,  invoking the name of Washington State US Sen. Maria Cantwell. (Cantwell testified against limits on birth control access on the senate floor this morning).

Here's Limbaugh:
You know folks millions of women enjoy sex in the back of the car. Yet some women can’t afford a car. What are we to do? What is our solution to women who prefer sex in the backseat of a car but can’t afford a car? I’ve run some numbers here- did you notice in that sound bite it was Sheila Jackson Lee or Maria Cantwell or one of them who talked about the strength, the strength that Sandra Fluke had to go before Congress. Which is amazing- she’s having so much sex it’s amazing she can still walk but she made it up there. It takes a lot of courage to ask for something free, folks. Takes a lot of strength to ask for freebies doesn’t it? I’m being facetious.

So this is how it is in 2012. Women who have sex outside of marriage---and that's 93 percent of you below age 30---this is what the anti-birth-control crusades think of you. As Limbaugh put it earlier: wanting birth control "makes [a woman] a prostitute."