Friday, May 04, 2007

We Can't Create Life In Order To Destroy It, Unless

Rudy Giuliani has me confused. Not really, he is a typical politician and seems to have no problem with ethical contradictions.

During the Republicans' first debate of the presidential campaign, he said it would be OK if the Supreme Court upheld its landmark ruling on abortion rights.

"I hate abortion" and encourage adoption, the former New York City mayor said but added that he "would respect a women's right to make a different choice."

However, on the issue of embryonic stem cell research he said, "As long as we're not creating life in order to destroy it, as long as we're not having human cloning ... there is plenty of opportunity to then use federal funds."

The way I read this is if a woman gets pregnant even though she has no intention of birthing a baby and opts for abortion that's OK. This, despite the fact that she created life with the intention of destroying it. Yet if a scientist does it, that's not OK. Excuse me? No wonder we can't get a simple and fair tax code from these idiots.

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