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noThe news just broke today that Eric Karoack, the anti-contraception physician appointed by Bush to be the head of the Office of Population Affairs (they distribute monies for contraception) has resigned. Apparently, Medicaid officials in Massachusetts took action against him that required him to resign but no one is saying what that action is.This is thrilling news. Keroack's appointment epitomized the Bush administration's tendency to put people in charge of programs that they actually don't believe in (Bolton and the U.N., and Hagar at the FDA for example). The program Keroack ran in Massachusetts counseled abstinence-only until marriage, opposed contraception and refused to even give information about birth control. What Keroack would have done to the Office of Population Affairs in the long term is too devastating to think about.I wonder who the Bush Administration will appoint in his place? I can think of half a dozen qualified physicians right now. Who do you think should be appointed?Update: The New York Times has a great editorial on Keroack's resignation.