Sandra Fluke isn’t finished testifying

David A. Fahrenthold reports for The Washington Post: “[Sandra] Fluke became an election-year celebrity seven months ago — a law student made famous by a snub in Congress and an insult on the radio. Since then, she has been a walking, talking symbol of the nation’s polarized politics, caricatured either as an oversexed whiner or as a noble casualty of the ‘war on women.'”