``I must give him his due. He has considerably cretinized me.'' Lautréamont

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Sunday, May 22, 2005

Bush Condemns S. Korea Stem Cell Advances

The weak what? You can _see_ an embryo as a person, in a way, but it also lacks a lot, like a social history and a social future. If the embryo is going to have a soul, it's in the way it fits in with the plans of the parents, not in the embryo. You're looking in the wrong place for a soul.

The bright side is that if Bush won't yield on a really stupid position like this, he won't yield on a good idea either, like the war on terror.

Bush began Friday at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast where he reaffirmation his position on sensitive issues such as abortion and stem cell research. He urged people to "pray that America uses the gift of freedom to build a culture of life." And he recalled the legacy of the late Pope John Paul II, saying "The best way to honor this great champion of human freedom is to continue to build a culture of life where the strong protect the weak."


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