This comes as no surprise.
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama is expected to sign an executive order on Monday reversing restrictions on federal funding of embryonic stem cell research. The long-expected move is likely to stir up not only the promise of scientific breakthrough but also the controversy over where government crosses a moral line.
'SCUSE ME? That line was crossed a long time ago.
Such research is controversial because embryos must be destroyed to obtain the cells; they typically are culled from fertility-clinic leftovers otherwise destined to be thrown away..
Interpretation: "Such research is controversial because babies must be murdered to obtain the cells; they typically are raped from the wombs of abortion patients, called leftovers by the killers, and otherwise demeaned into something less than a viable life form gift from God.
But leading researchers consider embryonic stem cells the most flexible, and thus most promising, form — and say that science, not politics, should ultimately judge.
Interpretation: "But professional killers consider gleaning what they need from dead babies, and thus they are the most promising form - and say that murderers, not God, should ultimately judge.