Wednesday, October 17, 2007


The Wall Street Journal reports that Bush is at it again. He's appointed a fox to take "care of" the hen house. It turns out that Susan Orr believes in abstinence only.
Orr, who will be acting deputy assistant secretary for population affairs, has been directing child welfare programs in another branch of HHS. Prior to joining the Bush administration, Orr was senior director for marriage and family at the Family Research Council, a conservative group that favors abstinence-only education and opposes federal money for contraception.

So, as they say over at Crooks and, Bush answers the huge WHO report asserting a greater need for contraception by trying to clamp down on it. It's one more way Bush is out of step with America. Additionally research shows that even among conservatives purporting conservative religious beliefs on the use of birth control, birth control use is high. So, GOPhers are saying one thing and doing another--and expecting us to toe a different line.

Read more here.