Having previously blogged about the strange semen fixation of Corbett administration official Robert W. Patterson, I feel duty-bound to report on two exciting developments.
For starters, Mr. Patterson is finally leaving the building. Or, at least, he will next Tuesday, according to an update from my Harrisburg colleague Angela Coloumbis.
Patterson, if recall, made $104,470 to work in the Department of Public Welfare, which administers programs he bashed in a side job as editor of a conservative faith-based journal.
The bureaucrat hastily resigned after the Inquirer revealed details of his moonlighting, but inexplicably remains on the job this week. Patterson made national headlines for his blunt writings criiticizing working mothers and opposing birth control -- in part because condoms deprive women of chemicals in semen that improve mood and concentration.