Scientifically What Now?
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) accused the Department of Health and Human Services of allowing incorrect information on sex to be distributed to kids. This distribution of information is part of the publicly-funded "abstinence only" program. Based on that alone, i think most of us are not too surprised about that "incorrect information" thing.
What's interesting is how the Dept of HHS attempts to squirm its way out of this accusation.
The GAO gave the reasonable-sounding recommendation to HHS that it ensure that all information given to kids through these programs should be scientifically accurate.
I think this is grounds for instant elimination. Or at the very least, a severe beating.
By min | November 20, 2006, 1:38 PM | Liberal Outrage