You may also have heard about Bush-appointee Scott J. Bloch, head of the Office of Special Counsel removing references to sexual-orientation discrimination from the office's website and handbooks.
For the second time in a month, Log Cabin Republicans found themselves criticizing a fellow Republican.
Block replied that he "he is "personally committed to enforcing nondiscrimination in the federal workplace," but added, "What is not well settled is whether enforcement based on personal characteristics rather than specific conduct is authorized."
In other words, if he can find a legitimate way to discriminate, he will.
Yet another "compassionate conservative."