Hugh Hewitt interviews/argues with David O'Steen (National Right to Life Committee's executive director) about NRLC's endorsement of Fred Thompson.
Hewitt is a Romney supporter and he makes some really broad statements ("If you're not for the Constitutional amendment, you're not with the pro-life movement in the way that presidents need to be with the pro-life movement.") regarding the Human Life Amendment considering his candidate of choice supports the killing of "leftover" human embryos for stem cell research. Couldn't someone easily argue that Romney's position on killing "leftover" human embryos for research is "not with the pro-life movement in the way that presidents need to be with the pro-life movement?" Doesn't Romney's position that it's alright to kill "leftover" human embryos "undermine the complete argument for protecting the unborn?"
A panel of individuals with diverse positions on a variety of issues came together to talk about one issue they agreed upon: the problems of egg harvesting.
It's nice to know how serious the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine and the governator are with their board appointees. Who better to decide how $300 million annually will be spent on embryonic stem cell research and human cloning experiments than Leeza Gibbons?