Why You Don't Want To Trust Your Conscience To Ethicists

The line in bold caught my eye in this blurb from Catholic Culture Newsbriefs:
Writing in Salon, Frances Kissling criticizes the United States bishops for “not working hard enough on behalf of the most important and desperately needed healthcare reform-- the public option … the bishops are squandering every ounce of moral capital they have, not on the public option, but on ensuring that in any reform bill not one penny of federal funds is used for abortion.” The rabidly pro-abortion Kissling, now a visiting scholar at the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania, is the former president of Catholics for a Free Choice.
Peter Singer and Frances Kissling are bioethicists. And your chocolate ration has been increased to .5 grams.