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By Diogenes (articles ) | Sep 08, 2005

Attagirl, Pia!

Pia de Solenni exposes the bogus crisis of conscience prompting the FDA's Susan Wood to resign in a carefully stage-managed protest of the Plan B non-decision.

If Wood is so committed to not playing politics, why is she being represented by the activist PR firm DDB Issues & Advocacy? Go back to her press release. Contact information is given for her "press availability," an unusual element for someone who isn't into politicking. The press release gives an individual's name and contact number. The number happens to belong to DDB whose clients include NARAL, Emergency Contraception, and Safe Motherhood -- all abortion-related projects.

Susan's sole concern is for the advancement of science, right? Right.

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  • Posted by: Fr. William - Sep. 08, 2005 1:16 PM ET USA

    Thank God for such women as Pia de Solenni, directly, courageously and boldly defending the Faith and telling the Truth.

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