Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Your Regents and Embryonic Stem Cell Research
The radical leftist liberals, represented by impressive sounding groups like The Nebraska Coalition for Life Saving Cures and less obscure sounding groups like the New Nebraska Network (a liberal Democrat front group) who lack any real moral or ethical standard are going bananas over the possibility of the University of Nebraska Regents making a decision to not expand the holocaust against human embryos when they meet this Friday.
If you have listened to the radio or other media you can see that these liberals aren't going to give up on their evil mission without spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to influence a few folks to contact one regent.
Because their great leader, Prince of Peace Nobel Laureate Commissar Barack Hussein Obama, has redefined the morality of embryonic stem cell research to include killing any human child embryo they can get their hands on, the radical leftist liberal Democrats in Nebraska have joined their Messiah to foist that decision on the taxpayers who support their Nebraska university.
While these radical leftist liberal Democrats opine that the vote is shaping up to be the ultimate test of how far these extremists (people and regents opposed to the haphazard killing of human embryos in the name of research) are truly able to push their anti-science agenda they would have the Nebraska Board of Regents approve a method of research that can best be associated with Adolf Hitler and the eugenics movements of the early 1900's to purge society of those not fit to live while deciding who should.
The groups promoting this immoral, unethical holocaust against the unborn are focusing their attention on Regent Jim McClurg (see photo), who was originally appointed by Senator Johanns. McClurg was also endorsed by Nebraska Right to Life, based on his commitment to ban human embryonic stem cell research at the University. Here is what they (The New Nebraska Network) say: "Right now, it appears that only one man is standing in the way of this giant step backwards for the state of Nebraska. Only one man is standing in the way of our sending the message to the rest of the country and to the entire world that Nebraska is an unsafe place for science. This man is a scientist himself - Regent Jim McClurg of Lincoln (Ph.D. Biochemistry, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1973)."
We hope that the Board of Regents, and Regent McClurg, keep their promises to Nebraskans who voted for them because of their pro-life commitment. Keeping promises may not be easy for politicians, but abandoning moral and ethical principles should be even harder unless you're some liberal leftist who believes that an embryo is just a mere piece of tissue to play with.