Friday, August 5

Denver Post calls Dr. James Dobson "lunatic fringe"

Here is the Denver Post story that started it all. Of course, they miss the point--utilitarian ethics in biomedical experimentation. Of course, if you don't consider an embryo a human being, then perhaps you would agree with Jim Spencer of the Denver Post. Otherwise, history, science and ethics proves Dr. Dobson correct.
"The analogy comparing the Nazi human experiments conducted during WWII and today's embryonic stem-cell research is historically and ethically accurate, appropriate, and we stand by it," Focus on the Family bioethics analyst Carrie Gordon Earll said Thursday.
Stand firm Dr. Dobson. America is smarter than the left wants to believe.

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