I never denied for a moment the woman dislikes Planned Parenthood and isn't extremely pro-life. She absolutely is. That still doesn't prove this was done for political reasons and not due to the policies already in place at Komen. You're posting up anecdotal evidence and suggesting its damning proof.
And here we finally come to something worth while and possibly useful. Now, I have heard that Planned Parenthoods contract came up and thus they did not renew it due to this rule. Is it true that Planned Parenthoods contract came up? Has Penn State or the Parkland Memorial Hospital contracts come up during the point in which they were under investigation? If so, then I would agree it would appear that action was taken for political reasons.2. This "rule" that you keep referencing (which by the way was implemented after the aforementioned VP joined SGK) was ONLY enforced with Planned Parenthood NOT with other organizations undergoing investigation including Penn State and Parkland Memorial Hospital.
In which case.....see my earlier post in this thread where I repeatedly stated my feelings in regards to peoples response to this whether or not it was done for political reasons or not.