Worthless Political Hack Says Embryonic Stem Cell Research Is Answer To Our Prayers

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Worthless Political Hack Nancy Pelosi, in defiance of the teaching of the Catholic Church of which she is purportedly a member, said on Friday embryonic stem cell research is the answer to our prayers.  She is quoted as saying , “We need science, science, science, science, science. ” I agree with the  Worthless Political Hack.  She might consider this little factoid:  number of cures and treatments from adult stemcell research:  72;  number of cures and treatments from embryonic stemcell research:  00.00.  If the Worthless Political Hack ever wishes to read the actual science on the subject a good place to start is here.

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  1. The number of adult stem cell “cures” depends on who is posting. There are none for Parkinson’s disease. The Family Research Council’s cure list listed three for Parkinson’s which I know are untrue. Why do opponents of embryonic stem cell research have to lie? If ESCR is wrong, it shouldn’t matter which kind of cells work best.

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