November 23, 2006

Being In Charge of Ourselves is NOT demeaning!

President Bush's new head of federal family-planning programs
believes that birth control is "demeaning" to women. President
Bush's appointee, Eric Keroack, would lead the Department of
Health and Human Services' family-planning program - which helps
more than five million people annually at 4,600 clinics

Keroack has dedicated his career to telling women that birth
control and abortion are wrong. He most recently was the medical
director for A Woman's Concern, a network of six anti-choice
"crisis pregnancy centers" in Massachusetts that maintains a
policy that states: "the crass commercialization and
distribution of birth control is demeaning to women, degrading
of human sexuality and adverse to human health and happiness."

Putting a doctor who opposes birth control in charge of federal
family-planning programs is just plain irresponsible. Help block
Keroack from assuming this influential position! Send a message
To the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Mike Leavitt,
urging him to reject Keroack's appointment today. Click here
to get started.


TomCat said...

Been there and clicked that, TC. The absoulte hubris of Bush's minions never fails to shock me.

two crows said...

loyalty beats competence every time.