Yesterday, I wrote about a bill in the Indiana State legislature which would essentially require parents (whether married or not) to be pre-approved by The State of Indiana before producing a child.
Well, apparently the bill’s sponsor has had second thoughts, and is withdrawing the bill:
State Sen. Patricia Miller, R-Indianapolis, issued a one-sentence statement this afternoon saying: “The issue has become more complex than anticipated and will be withdrawn from consideration by the Health Finance Commission.”
I also mentioned yesterday that James Dobson claimed to know something about Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers — something which made him comfortable endorsing her.
Well, apparently he’s not so comfortable anymore:
An anguished James Dobson prayed Wednesday for a sign from God, telling his Christian radio listeners he was questioning his early endorsement of Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers.
Now, if the Red Sox can only turn things around, it’ll be a perfect trifecta.