Not Rush Limbaugh.
Once you wade through the bile and the realization that the country's most popular conservative radio host has devoted hours on his show to attempting to bully a woman into silence for her views on birth control, it becomes clear that Limbaugh, a man over sixty who is now on his fourth marriage, does not seem to understand how birth control works. On Wednesday and Thursday, Limbaugh repeatedly suggested that the amount of sex a woman has is related to the amount of birth control she needs to take, as though women take birth control pills every day they have sex. This is how say, Viagra, the erectile dysfunction medication works. Aside from the morning after pill*, when and how much sex you have is unrelated to the amount of birth control you need.
Fortunately for Limbaugh, who at 61 is on his fourth marriage but is still childless, his many wives do seem to understand how birth control works. Or perhaps there are, um, other problems with the plumbing for which Limbaugh is overcompensating.