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Thursday, July 27, 2006

Embryonic Stem Cell Research is Really about Abortion

The question about whether Bush should or should not support embryonic stem cell research is really about one thing: Abortion. The question that you must answer is not whether we want medical advances in research. The question is, "Does life begin at conception?"

30 years ago, lawyers in black robes arbitrarily broke pregnancy into three trimesters. This horrible decision is punctuated by their invention of the 'trimesters.' They said, life really doesn't begin until somewhere near the end of pregnancy.

Now, we have politics and the public who want to say that life begins somewhere between conception and the middle--somewhere. What kind of logic is that? What kind of sense does that make?

Either life has value beginning at conception or it has no value at all.

Thoughtful Readers Speak:
Yes, Yes, and Yes. Embryonic stem cell research is really about abortion. Any true research is simply "icing on the cake", but the mad rush to force the federal government, with my tax dollars, to fund embryonic stem cell research is to make abortion "necessary" and/or "profitable".

With embryonic stem cell research the taking of "lump of goo sucked out of a woman's body" is a "good" thing because there is a 0.01% chance that it may be used eventually to extend the life of someone another 2 years.

Let the Socialist governments in Europe continue this research. But don't continue doing so what money taken by force out of my wallet.

By the way, adult stem cells continue showing more and more promise for genuine research.
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