Monday, November 06, 2006


The DeKline and Phall

Did Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline illegally show private patient medical records -- obtained in his continuing witch hunt against abortion -- to right-wing pundit Bill O'Reilly?

According to The Kansas City Star, Bill O’Reilly told a national television audience that an inside source told the show that Kansas physician George Tiller performs late-term abortions when a patient is depressed. O’Reilly called that “executing babies.”

Kline appeared on O’Reilly’s show just a week after obtaining medical files relating to abortions at the two Kansas clinics. Kline said the files may contain evidence that illegal abortions were performed or that child abuse was covered up.

The Star reports that Pedro Irigonegaray, an attorney for the Overland Park clinic operated by Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri, [Irigonegaray also represented scientists and educators at the intelligent design road show held in Topeka last year] said Kline should not be talking about the case on television.

“I am absolutely flabbergasted that our attorney general first decided to go on Mr. O’Reilly’s show to talk about what is supposed to be a criminal investigation,” Irigonegaray said, adding that it was “inconceivable” how O’Reilly could have received information about private medical records.
Kline has no respect for the rights of Kansans -- abortion is, after all, still legal. He has no regard for the law. His lying, negative campaign ads prove there are no moral boundaries that he isn't prepared to cross in order to be re-elected. There's little doubt he blabbed about medical records to O'Reilly.

Tomorrow, the voters have a chance to bring an end to Kline's miserable career. Paul Morrison, a professional prosecutor with vast experience, has stepped forward to rid Kansas of Kline's right-wing bullying.

It can't come quick enough for Kansas or RSR.


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