Supervisor Bill “Porky” Campbell wants to give tax money to a pro-life abstinence group


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After voting to suspend an Orange County education contract with Planned Parenthood because the organization performs abortions, Orange County Republican Supervisor Bill “Porky” Campbell is “considering whether the money should go instead to a group that describes itself as a “pro-life ministry” and uses ultrasound viewings and biblical material to counsel women,” according to the L.A. Times.

“To that end, Campbell is looking at Birth Choice Health Clinics as an option. Birth Choice is based in Santa Ana and was founded by Kathleen Eaton, its chief executive, about 26 years ago after she had an abortion at a Planned Parenthood clinic, she said.”

Don’t forget that “Porky” Campbell also tried to appoint Catholic bigwig John Urell to a County Commission, even though he knew that Urell ran cover for assorted Cathlic pederasts.

So let me get this straight.  “Porky” Campbell wants to save the babies, but then he is OK with exposing them to Catholic molesters?  Weird.

And none of this makes sense in the wake of the latest news from the disastrous Palin family.  You may recall that former GOP Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin’s teen daughter, Bristol, got knocked up last year, and she was supposed to marry the father of her baby, Levi Johnston.  However, Johnston recently “confirmed to the Associated Press a Star magazine report that he and Ms. Palin mutually decided “a while ago” to call things off, according to the New York Times. Yep.  Abstinence sure worked out for the Palin brood!

What a joke “Porky” Campbell is!  I am sure however that his lackey Matt “Jerbal” Cunningham is very excited about all this.  Jerbal was of course the founder of the ill-fated “Urell Amigos” website, that revealed the names of several victims of molestation.  No wonder Jerbal is the editor at the “Red Clownty” blog!


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