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Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Stem cells: Robert P. George has an excellent, short article over at National Review Sen. John Kerry and the Democrats' big lie about stem cells.


The claim that "we have the option" of curing Parkinson's disease, diabetes, etc. with embryonic stem cells is outrageous. No one knows when — or even whether or not — human embryonic stem cells will be therapeutically useful in treating any major disease or injury. There are profound — perhaps insuperable — problems with the therapeutic use of these cells. So, despite the fact that there is no federal ban on embryonic-stem-cell research, and that such research can be funded with state money and is being publicly funded in various places abroad, no embryonic-stem-cell-based therapy is even in clinical trials.

For months now, the Kerry campaign and its surrogates, such as Ron Reagan Jr., have cruelly led suffering people to believe that cures for their diseases are just around the corner. All we have to do is replace Bush with Kerry, open the federal funding spigot, and presto! The blind see and the lame walk! The Kerry campaign's hyping of embryo-destructive research for political gain is the cruelest and most shameful episode in the story of the 2004 election.


Along the same line, John Edwards promised that Kerry will be some kind of Christ-like figure (via Drudge):


Edwards Stem Cell Vision: 'We will stop juvenile diabetes, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and other debilitating diseases... When John Kerry is president, people like Christopher Reeve are going get up out of that wheelchair and walk again.' Edwards made the unprecedented campaign promises during 30-minute speech at Newton High School gym in Newton, Iowa...


Of course, this sort of construction is perfectly in line with the loony left's worldview -- if Kerry is Christ, then George W. Bush must be the devil.

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Edwards must figure he's going to lose, and lose his Senate seat, and so he'd better start advertising his services as a sleazy plaintiff's trial lawyer. God knows Bush and Cheney haven't been playing up this essential aspect of his repugnant persona effectively. Talk about returning to type!
 
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