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September 26, 2008

Her cold, dead lips

A great quote from the former mayor of Wasilla.

(Hey, Kim, beat that title. ;-) )

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Considering this, which I would have considered science fiction, or seriously wacko material, if it wasn't mainstream news, we may not have to worry about such things any longer.



Seems odd that the "Truth Squad" is only interested in inacurate ads against Obama. Here in Michigan we have an Obama ad that says McCain is against "stem cell" research and makes no distinction between adult and embrionic stem cells, thus implying that hard hearted McCain doesn't care to find cures for things like juvenile diabetes. How many days until this is over?!

Kim Moreland

Becky, you're mistaken in your assertion about adult stem cell research. Here's what McCain actually stands for:

Addressing the Moral Concerns of Advanced Technology

Stem cell research offers tremendous hope for those suffering from a variety of deadly diseases - hope for both cures and life-extending treatments. However, the compassion to relieve suffering and to cure deadly disease cannot erode moral and ethical principles.

For this reason, John McCain opposes the intentional creation of human embryos for research purposes. To that end, Senator McCain voted to ban the practice of "fetal farming," making it a federal crime for researchers to use cells or fetal tissue from an embryo created for research purposes. Furthermore, he voted to ban attempts to use or obtain human cells gestated in animals. Finally, John McCain strongly opposes human cloning and voted to ban the practice, and any related experimentation, under federal law.

As president, John McCain will strongly support funding for promising research programs, including amniotic fluid and adult stem cell research and other types of scientific study that do not involve the use of human embryos.

Where federal funds are used for stem cell research, Senator McCain believes clear lines should be drawn that reflect a refusal to sacrifice moral values and ethical principles for the sake of scientific progress, and that any such research should be subject to strict federal guidelines.


Kim Moreland


You might have bested me on the title business this time, but I'll take up the gauntlet you've just thrown because I always like a friendly competition...

From Your Happy Title-errr

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