Thursday, October 18, 2007


Prostitution in Washington

Senator David Vitter (R-LA), second only to Larry Craig as a Republican symbol of "family values," has dropped his attempt to appropriate $100,000 of federal taxpayer money for the Louisiana Family Forum (LFF) "to develop a plan to promote better science education."
The "science" in that supposed "science education" is of the distinctly dubious sort, given that the LFF's stated mission is to "persuasively present biblical principles in centers of influence."

The ACLU issued a statement that it "is relieved that Senator Vitter came to his senses and withdrew this misguided proposal."

The second proposition is easily demonstrable but I'd like to see some empiric evidence of the first.

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