Without any technical terms, or things like that, just plain and simple..What is stemcell research..what exactly do they do to the embryos? how to they get them? etc.
Look, Liberals care about poor people. They want to pass legislation to help people in need, they want to make the public functions of our government better, for the benefit of all.
And they care about great scientific advances like embryonic stemcell research, better environmental conditions through EPA legislation. Hilary Clinton could be the first female president ever!
Arguments like these for example.
You could have so much more power in the poorest Americans if they had more government benefits to turn to.
What makes you say no no no no no? Not to take sides here.
Simply put, how would you describe what it’s like to be a Liberal? From a Republican perspective?
The information if possible should include say things of which stemcell research may cure or provide large medical benifit towards.
Such as with cloning and stemcell research?
How are we “playing god” when God made us in his image, to use life as he does. To help create better lives for all the living. Just like God….
Orwell’s _1984_ is about the government controlling the people by controlling and manipulating information, so “Orwellian” would be apt for the current U.S. regime, not stem cell research.
I’m guessing that Romney meant to refer to a future akin to Huxley’s _Brave New World_, not _1984_. I don’t see that as being accurate either, just less completely off-base. Any comments? Do you agree or disagree and why, please.
The second part of my question is about the use of language — Romney uses this dark word “Orwellian” to paint SCR with fear and mystery. How do you see that?
Oh, and should a prospective Presidential candidate get points for attempting a literary reference, even if he got the wrong one?
Given the underwhelming response to this question, it appears that Aldous Huxley is quite out of fashion. That’s a loss, he’s a great writer who’s well worth reading.
Heck, maybe I got Type 1 Diabetes because Jesus was mad at me, so this might be my fault all of the way. Was it the Playboy I bought when I was 17?
LadySuri, if people were spreading lies about your mother, would you not speak up?
Dude, here’s an article about the biased reporting: http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/comment-smith042302.asp
UncleWayne63, thank you.