July 28th, 2006


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[User Picture]From: gendalia Date: July 29th, 2006 - 05:35 am (Link)
http://www.alysion.org/truelife/index.html is a very interesting read about the 'true right to life movement', at least, I thought so, and might be interesting in the 'where does life begin' debate.
I would wish to live in a society where abortion was unnecessary because everyone controlled their own fertility, and were rational in the process. Since I actually live in the real world, I would prefer the government stayed out of the issue, and let each and everyone one of us make the decisions that fit our life in this area. I would wish that no one would need to make the decision to have an abortion, but I also have friends for whom having an abortion was the only sanity keeping choice.
As for stem cell research, as long as we have embryos being destroyed with no benefits to the destruction, I see no reason they should not be used for research.
And I want spare parts. All of the spare parts I'll ever need.
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: July 31st, 2006 - 02:54 am (Link)
As for stem cell research, as long as we have embryos being destroyed with no benefits to the destruction, I see no reason they should not be used for research.


agreed, but this goes more to cuddlyd00m's comments above. Bush didn't actually ban doing research on any of those destroyed stem cells. He banned the government giving funding to do anything with those embryos. And had he mentioned any of the reasons that cuddlyd00m did, I'd say that his policy was reasonable (while disagreeable). But given the rationale he gave "we can't do stem cell research because its destroying life" then its just foolishness.
 

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