Friday, October 05, 2007

Life Links 10/5/07

Here's more deception from Hillary Clinton on stem cell research from a speech yesterday.
But instead of fostering a climate of discovery and innovation, the Bush administration has declared war on science. The record is breathtaking: banning the most promising kinds of stem cell research,
Which kinds of stem cell research has the Bush administration banned? Maybe the kind which the federal government spent $122 million dollars on from 2003-2006 and is planning on spending $37 million dollars in both 2007 and 2008? It's not until later in the speech that Clinton mentioned stem cell research isn't banned but the federal funding of some embryonic stem cell is banned.
First, when I am President, I will lift the current ban on ethical stem cell research. [Applause] In 2001, President Bush issued an Executive Order banning federal funding for some of the most promising avenues of stem cell research. And this year -- yet again -- he vetoed legislation to open up new lines of embryonic stem cells for federal funding. Every day, we are learning more about the opportunities this kind of research offers. Within these cells may lie the cures for Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's, spinal cord injuries, diabetes, Huntington's and more. 100 million Americans live with these conditions -- and their families live with them too. The President's ban on stem cell funding amounts to a ban on hope.
Applause for a lie? Some people in our country are so amazingly ignorant.

100 million? Who is stupid enough to believe 1 out of every 3 Americans has some condition which will be cured by embryonic cells? What conditions are in the "and more?"

The Los Angeles Times reviews Lake of Fire.
No matter where people stand on the issue, the abortion Kaye presents just 20 minutes into the film will certainly become indelible to many: Concerned that he leave no fragments of an aborted fetus in his patient's uterus, a doctor reassembles the body parts -- tiny feet, arms, a head with a clearly discernible face -- into a nearly intact whole. And the camera never blinks.

Authorities in Swaziland have arrested a woman who they believe was behind 71 dead fetuses recently found.

Let's hope abortionist and accused murder and rapist Malachy DeHenre ends up where he belongs.

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