Call me a cynic, but I'm always looking for the hidden agenda on any BushCo programs. Like faith-based initiatives. They've set up an office in the White House to pass out money to local churches to do good deeds in their communities. Sounds like a wonderful idea. The logic is that the local churches know who needs what, and because they are right there on the ground they can deliver it more efficiently than the government. Makes sense right? Except, the guys getting the money for their favorite causes are preachers who have a bully pulpit every Sunday and whose flock follows them. And, those preachers have to know that if they bad mouth BushCo the money is going to dry up. And, some of them are bound to get caught up in the money flow and promote BushCo in the hopes of getting more money. So, the hidden agenda? Co-opt urban churches. If you think I'm wrong on this let me know.