Wednesday, May 25, 2005


This is for one of my readers.

On the issue of stem cell research, I must honestly tell you that I am firmly AGAINST "Embryonic Stem Cell Research" Any kind of research that requires the use of cells harvested from human embryos is to me considered murderous and inhuman. Human embryos are meant to be living, breathing human beings, not replacements for lab rats!

Use of stem cells from other sources, such as those harvested from an umbylical cord of a baby that was from a live delivery and donated by the parents of that child, then I'm all for it, and even adult stem cells.

Research on adult stem cells has recently generated a great deal of excitement. Scientists have found adult stem cells in many more tissues than they once thought possible. This finding has led scientists to ask whether adult stem cells could be used for transplants. In fact, adult blood forming stem cells from bone marrow have been used in transplants for 30 years. Certain kinds of adult stem cells seem to have the ability to differentiate into a number of different cell types, given the right conditions. If this differentiation of adult stem cells can be controlled in the laboratory, these cells may become the basis of therapies for many serious common diseases.

Other then advancing the agenda of death and abortion, that the wacko liberal socialist Democrats love so much, I see no other reason to pursue this research that turns humans into research animals.

It often disturbs me how the enviromentalist tree hugging freaks of nature that support the Marxists like Democrats, are pro life when it comes to animals and trees, but become rabid animals in their support for the killing of human babies on demand.

The enviromental facists of this country are in bed with the G-dless faces of the Marxist like Democratic Party. Take away G-d so that they can advance their agenda of living without morals, and laws thus trying to make themselves, "G-d like".

Research involving Human lives......The Rogue Jew says, "HELL NO!"

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