You may have noticed that the version of Bush's AIDS bill that was passed by the House last week included a requirement that a third of the money be used to promote abstinence. But did you also notice this?
The House also adopted a provision that said religious groups and other organizations opposed to the distribution of condoms could not be barred from receiving money.
And, as noted here, the bill requires any group that receives aid money under the program to completely separate itself from any group that promotes abortion.
If this keeps up, they may have to have send Rick Santorum to Africa, because he's just about the only person on the planet whose conduct would pass muster under the provisions of this bill.