Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Bush Battles with Definition of Life

Claiming that it's wrong for taxpayer money to be used to fund the destruction of human life, Bush justifies his veto (today) of the stem cell expansion bill that passed the congress.

Pro-life/Pro-choice debate aside, this is flawed logic for someone who supports the death penalty and has directed (as the commander-in-chief of the military) the deaths of thousands of innocent children in the Middle East. Hypocrisy flows from Bush like pus from a festering wound. If destroying an embryo at its earliest developmental stages to advance science and someday save lives is repulsive, inhumane, and "a line that should not be crossed" then the same sentiments should be applied to every living person.

Stand by the principles you claim to hold so dear when cowtowing to the anti-abortion voters, Mr. Bush, and declare that there is no such thing as acceptable collateral damage. The American people, and the civilized world, would stand with you (for once) if you did.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

His right hand obviously doesn't know what his left hand is doing.

3:19 PM  

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