Obama has now pledged to steal from us to kill our young.

We will now pay to destroy human life in the name of medical science.  This comes not as a choice, as we already have the gun to our heads.

I will admit there is a large number of folks who don’t feel embryos should be classified as “human,” and in that light I would have to suggest those folks finance their own embryonic research.  However, as I and another great number of individuals find that it violates our personal conscience, it is quite inappropriate to take the produce of our work and use it in a genocidal fashion against our unborn.


5 comments for “Obama has now pledged to steal from us to kill our young.

  1. March 9, 2009 at 9:48 pm

    I would question how much of what Obama is doing is in the name of ‘science’- from my own research on stem-cells, I find the ‘science’ behind them rather thin, and Obama’s decision to use my money to federally fund this research sounds more political than scientific.

  2. March 10, 2009 at 6:16 am

    Using federal money to fund any research is wrong.

  3. March 10, 2009 at 5:00 pm

    Despite the thin science behind embryonic stem cell research, the supporters “guarantee” us that this “will” help us find the cure to many ills including cancer. They guarantee it. There is no guarantee of anything in research. That is why it is called research. Unfortunately, many people are fooled by these guarantees. How long ago did science guarantee us they would find a cure for AIDS if they just had government money to spend? Since the 1980s at least and still no cure.

  4. Teri H
    March 10, 2009 at 11:02 pm

    Let’s make it really clear and simple for all of you who don’t think of embryos as humans: ALL of us were once embryos before we became fetuses, newborns, adolescents, teens, and then adults. Those are the life stages for humans. Killing embryos is killing babies. Sorry…but that’s a fact.

  5. March 12, 2009 at 12:46 pm

    I wonder if, in the name of full disclosure, the government will tell us exactly how high the odds are of anyone on the receiving end of embryonic stem cells developing cancer.

    This is because embryonic cells grow so fast in a non-embryonic life form that cancer, rather than cure, is the only known given result. That’s why we aren’t yet at the point of testing embryonic cells on anything other than lab animals. (A reasonable measure of safety has to be in place before potentially leathal treatments can be tested on humans.)

    Wait a minute, did I just use “government” and “full disclosure” in the same sentence? Never mind.

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