Disappointed but not unduly surprised that the Columbus Dispatch lacked a fair and balanced article on the Komen/Planned Parenthood reversal.
I'm also skeptical of optimists in the blogsophere who think that the reversal really isn't a reversal and that no more new funding will be provided to PP. Even if true, the reversal is damaging on its own - politicians will quake in fear of PP just on the basis of how strong it appeared in making Komen back down so quickly.
In the Dispatch article the pro-Planned Parenthood angle dominated the article - only two paragraphs out of 23 were devoted to those upset over the Komen-Planned Parenthood tie. And the response from Planned Parenthood didn't include a rebuttal from a right-to-life organization like Ohio Right to Life.
About half of Americans are pro-life, and Planned Parenthood is a major abortion provider, so like it or not this is more controversial than the Dispatch presented it.
Update: On second thought, I think one has to pick one's battles, and the real one is the one the bishops are all aligning on: Obama's war on religious freedom. I got bogged down in a distraction, of a charity giving to another "charity", while meanwhile the HHS secretary is telling Catholic hospitals they have to provide abortifacients.