It's not often that I find myself speechless. Of course, sometimes the best retort is just to say nothing. This one speaks for itself.
The former head of faith-based programs in Ohio was arrested Wednesday on charges he promoted prostitution, local news organizations report.
WCMH-TV reports that Robert McFadden, director of the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives under Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland until October 2007, faces seven felony charges, including promotion of prostitution.
He is accused of operating a rate-a-prostitute website, among other things.