Monday, October 11, 2004

More on Senator Kerry's ESCR Lies

Catholic[?] Kerry Watch's recap of why Senator Kerry is wrong on embroyonic stem cells:

  • "The Stem-Cell Cover Up", August 18, 2004. A look at the stem-cell cover up and the numerous and phenomenal advances in adult stem-cell research and application, courtesy of Michael Fumento, author of BioEvolution: How Biotechnology Is Changing Our World.
  • Out of Touch, Michael Fumento rebuts Kerry's support of embryonic stem cells. Citizen Magazine August 2004.
  • Stem-Cell Defection, by Ramesh Ponnuru. National Review August 16, 2004. "The meeting with [Indiana Congressman] Mark Souder did not go exactly as planned. They didn't persuade Souder to support the funding [for embroyonic stem-cell research]. Instead, he persuaded them to oppose it."


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7:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Remove this post, cause you aint got the guts to respond to comments on yer own posts. Censorship is a sign of strength.

9:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All Catholics should be aware that although Senator Kerry is not in PUBLIC ACCORD with all Catholic doctrine and teachings, his private views are far closer to what the Church teaches. George W. Bush is not a Catholic. His rhetoric is for public consumption only. I offer the following prediction. If Bush is re-elected abortion will still be available and common. A Republican Supreme court and a Republican President and a Republican Congress had their chance to wipe out legalized abortion for good. Yet Abortion the scourge of our country is still a widespread and a common source of birth control. The Democrats have been out of power for four years. Why is abortion still legal if the Republicans and Bush are all good and holy? Catholics, don't be fooled by mere rhethoric.

9:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The reason that abortion is still legal is because in order for it to go to the the Supreme Court, a lawyer that would bring such a case to them would want to know they had a chance to win. We need to have 2 justices retire. There are 3 that want to we believe, so until that happens we have to wait to get the law re evaluated by them. Secondly, President Bush has tried to appoint judges and he was filabustered by the Democrats in the Senate. We don't have a majority in the senate. Finally, George W Bush has the most pro active record on the Right to Life initiatives than any President in the last 30 yrs. Please go to the National Right to Life Commitee's web site for a comparison between the 20 yrs that John Kerry has been in the Senate and George Bush's 4 yrs. George Bush has shown that he does what he says he is going to do. John Kerry is pro choice. As I Catholic, I can look at his 20 yrs in the senate and see that he has NEVER done anything to reduce abortion in this country. I am voting and so are many many others for George W Bush.

10:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why I will vote for Kerry. The main reason is because I have come to realize that Bush and the Republican party are using the Pro-Life movement for political advantage. Ladies and Gentlemen: Abortion will still be here four years from now, no matter who is elected president. I am staunchly Pro-Life and I am not happy with that fact. Yes, Kerry is pro-choice and Bush is Pro-Life. But Catholics must look to their hearts to realize what is happening. Bush the man mouths the right things, but in secret he does little to change the status quo. The man only want to get re-elected. Once we give it to him, nothing will change. It is well known among insiders that the Bush family in secret is very Pro-Choice. Bush's grandfather was one of the founders of Planned Parenthood. Put in Google "Prescott Bush" and "Planned Parenthood" Judge for yourself.

8:23 AM  

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