Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-TN), the former physician turned anti-abortion Tennessee Republican congressman, says he hadn’t given abortion as much thought as he “should have” when he supported his first wife’s decisions to have two abortions, and that he often used “very poor judgment” during his first marriage and the separation that followed it.You know, I could have posted a picture of DesJarlais, but I did not want his mug on my blog. The leopard says he's changed his spots and repented of his wayward ways. From his website:
He now looks back with regret, he says, on the sexual relationships he had with two patients, three co-workers and a drug company representative while he was chief of staff at Grandview Medical Center in Jasper.
DesJarlais won reelection earlier this month, despite the campaign-season revelation that, over a decade ago, he pressured a mistress to have an abortion. In October, he had explained that story by saying he didn’t believe his mistress was really pregnant at the time, and had urged her to get an abortion to call her bluff.
Abortion – All life should be cherished and protected. We are pro-life.Oops! all those years ago, DesJarlais wasn't thinking...three times. He will run for reelection in 2014.