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Bush AIDS Czar (Who Preached Abstenence, and was Married) Resigns in DC Madame Scandal

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on April 30th, 2007 10:08 am by HL

Yet another “family values” Bushie, reveals the endless hypocricy.

‘DC Madam’ threatens to bring down Washington

Brisbane Times
Excerpt
The US State Department announced yesterday Randall Tobias, the embattled head of the US Agency for International Development (USAID), was resigning for unspecified personal reasons.

However ABC News, which said Palfrey has provided it with a record of the numbers of calls to her private mobile phone, reported Tobias stepped down after they spoke to him about his allegedly contacting her number.

Since 2003 Tobias also was President George W Bush’s first global AIDS coordinator, a job which drew criticism for his emphasis on faithfulness to partners and abstinence over condom use in trying to prevent the spread of the AIDS virus.

Before entering government he was chairman, president and chief executive of the pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly, and also, from 1997-2000, chairman of the board of trustees at Duke University.

His now-reported links to a firm accused of prostitution have raised more than a few eyebrows.

4 Responses to “Bush AIDS Czar (Who Preached Abstenence, and was Married) Resigns in DC Madame Scandal”

  1. Ken Says:

    Good for Tobias. He’s straight.

  2. Douglas Says:

    Well he shows he’s a red blooded american male & healthy to boot!!

  3. Bill Says:

    Hey at least it wasn’t a boy. Right HL. Couldn’t have another Republican playing with those boys.

  4. Douglas Says:

    But Palfrey has also hinted that she has a record of the phone numbers of thousands of more than 10,000 customers that could embarrass more the a few of the US capital’s high-fliers.

    Sounds to me like Palfrey is trying to say here ass by frying every one else

    Her lawyer, Montgomery Blair Sibley, told Fox television last month: “The statistical certainty (is) that there are a fair number of high-profile people who used this service across the government and private sector in the metropolitan DC area