Fair Enough

OK, it’s truly a moot point, but this cartoon bring up a very relevant point and possibility – if in a completely Liberal-biased – and/or amoral – and sarcastic fashion. Leaving aside the Liberal’s propaganda of folding embryonic stem cell (ESC) research into the larger field of stem cell research, it’s a valid point that a moral person should question whether or not they’re willing to accept treatments derived from the destruction of human embryos.

The Week - Fair Enough, Label Medicine From Stem Cells

Perhaps it’s a fair and necessary compromise that all medical advances and procedures arising from the destruction of human embryos be labeled as such so that those people with moral objections to murder being used to further science can conscientiously object to such treatments.

One wonders if the Liberals would be in favor of such a compromise because of a hope that the people with ethical and moral objections to killing human embryos would die off sooner, or if these Liberals would decry such a labeling as being stigmatizing and prejudicial and fear that free market pressures would scuttle the treatments – as they have repeatedly done during the last eight years.

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5 Responses to “Fair Enough”

  1. Susanne Says:

    Hmmmm, interesting thoughts. I do wonder how people would respond if that cartoon were to come true. Have you heard any groups say anything about the “moot point” you wrote about the other day? Or will the liberal groups not make a big stink since Obama is their man? Let us know if you hear anything!

    Also, thanks for your comments on our blog. I responded to your latest. I hope you realize I wasn’t angry … just, um, passionate. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks, Jonolan.

  2. in2thefray Says:

    Can you imagine a squaring of this with funding issues ? ex: I won’t accept the cure, don’t make me pay for the research.

  3. jonolan Says:


    I have had no particular responses on the “moot point” and don’t really expect any. The Liberals and their Propaganda Corps are very much not interested in complaining about any of Obama’s actions that haven’t been pre-approved by the White House as open for complaint.


    It’d be funny, but it will never happen. Americans are not allowed to have any say in where their tax monies go. ๐Ÿ™

  4. Christian Says:

    I know that soldiers coming back from Iraq with missing and non-working limbs would sign that piece of paper. I always find it odd that those who claim to “support the troops” don’t seem to care that stem-cell research could help them…

  5. jonolan Says:

    Don’t be so sure of that, Christian. I wouldn’t have signed it and I’m one of the people you say this would benefit, though I suffered most of my injuries prior to Iraq 2.

    Now, some new bits and pieces derived from non-embryonic stem cells is whole different matter… ๐Ÿ˜‰

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