Bush: Yet again, screwing over this country. 26 replies

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#1 12 years ago

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keroack

In late 2006, he was nominated by President George W. Bush to oversee the federal family planning program of the United States. Bush appointed Keroack deputy assistant secretary for population affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services, the office that oversees federally funded teen pregnancy, family planning, and abstinence programs, using its $283 million annual budget.[2]

The nomination of Keroack, as an anti-contraceptive advocate, in a position that makes sure low-income women get access to birth control, has been criticized.[3] [4] [5]

The Massachusetts native has faced criticism before, such as following claim that sex with multiple partners hurts women's ability to bond by altering their brain chemistry.[6]

Before starting the job Monday, November 20, 2006, Keroack was the medical director of A Woman's Concern, a Christian nonprofit organization based in Dorchester, Massachusetts. It runs six centers in the state that offer free pregnancy testing, ultrasounds and counseling and works to "help women escape the temptation and violence of abortion." Its crisis pregnancy centers oppose contraception and do not distribute information concerning birth control.[2]

In Dr. Keroack's new role, he will oversee the use of federal funding to provide access to contraception and reproductive health information.[7]

Seriously, Bush is out of touch with the mainstream and out of touch with reality. A guy who doesn't support contraceptives? How clueless does this douche of a president think we are? Honestly, the man needs to be out of power and fast. He is taking our country back into the dark ages.




AlDaja

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#2 12 years ago

hmmm...guess it really doesn't matter which jackass is in power. Been at this game long enough to learn that neither party has a clue...




HairySheep

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#3 12 years ago

i think im confused, so is this guy he put in charge trying to get rid of contraceptives?




EON_MagicMan

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#4 12 years ago
HairySheep;3391187i think im confused, so is this guy he put in charge trying to get rid of contraceptives?

Not necessarily. He doesn't support contraceptives, which means more money going to ineffective methods of curbing unwanted pregnancies and STDs.




Quetron

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#5 12 years ago

I still say Bush is doing ok, at least he don't flip flop all day long, does what he says, good pres.




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#6 12 years ago
Quetron;3391599I still say Bush is doing ok, at least he don't flip flop all day long, does what he says, good pres.

:giggle: you still feeling the bashing of the last election huh? anyway, bush is out of it. where do i start, everything that doctor says is not gonna work. i go to high school i see the shitty sex ed, the fucked up videos that should be used to make insomniacts go to sleep. jesus christ $283 million budget. give me that money and youll have a cure to cancer.




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#7 12 years ago

He is the president, that is his choice. History will tell if that was a good or a bad decision.

which means more money going to ineffective methods of curbing unwanted pregnancies and STDs.

The only way girl locked in a closet in a burka if going to get pregnant is with divine intervention. Yes that is resticive of one's freedom, but it works.

If you can't afford a pack of rubbers, you better be re-thinking some decisions.




Ryette

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#8 12 years ago
AlDaja;3391177hmmm...guess it really doesn't matter which jackass is in power. Been at this game long enough to learn that neither party has a clue...

I have a feeling that the '08 election will have the Reform party pulling quite a few votes, for the first time since Roosevelt's Bull Moose party, for that very reason.

He is the president, that is his choice. History will tell if that was a good or a bad decision.

Way to be an ideal citizen for a dictatorship.

However, we still have the right to disagree in the States, might as well take advantage of it.




EON_MagicMan

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#9 12 years ago

It just seems like a waste of money when the money could be going to more effective ways to deal with these issues.




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#10 12 years ago
Pethegreat;3393043 If you can't afford a pack of rubbers, you better be re-thinking some decisions.

:rofl:

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