Friday, July 21, 2006

Moonbat Pornography. Just Like Islamic Porn

For the record, I am against the creation of human embryos purely for their stem cells. If you are going for stem cells, use adult ones. Don't commodify humans even more than they currently are.

I found this lovely little article equates the current veto on embryonic stem cell creation with racism, bigotry and all the usual lefty squeals that come with them getting a knockback.

If you want to see moonbat equivalency in action, check out the wonderful juxtaposition of a clump of cells with pictures of dead children courtesy of the current war over in the ME.

It's late, I'm tired, and I am suffering from compassion fatigue. Especially where the left-minded (nb. I use "-minded" very loosely.) are concerned. I may not be as blunt as Tiberius, but I am all out of warm fuzzies for these wankers who use photos of injured and dead children to attempt to score points.

FOAD biotches.

5 Comments:

At 7:18 PM, Blogger Caz said...

The whole of the blogosphere seems to have thoroughly misunderstood this matter.

The only thing that has been vetoed, and the only bill in question, was government funding for research.

Bush has vetoed tax-payer's money going toward that particular field of enquiry. There are no other consequences.

 
At 2:06 PM, Blogger Patrick said...

Tiberius ROCKS!

I too am against the creation of human embryos purely for their stem cells. Well at least so far I am. I have not heard of any miracle cures for devestating diseases nor the potential for such. Maybe if I do I might change my mind, but I doubt it will happen.

 
At 10:11 AM, Blogger MK said...

Thanks for that Caz, i wasn't really interested in this but its good to know the hysteria once again is just that.

 
At 5:43 PM, Blogger Jai Normosone said...

"FOAD"... I keep forgetting that one :)

 
At 10:20 PM, Blogger Caz said...

mathewk - the day after the Bush veto, Arnie announced $150 or $200 million of gov't funding in California, for stem cell research.

The private and business funding continues too, of course, but they would much rather be spending tax payer's money.

 

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