Impossible, Indecent, and Fully Funded

Let's review the various ways you can obtain stem cells:

With the exception of stem cells from amniotic fluid, which are too new to have been tried (but have been used to repair birth defects in baby lambs), each of the above methods has provided actual cures in actual people.

Or, you can kill a baby. Maybe even create one just to kill it. This method, which is going on in labs all over the country (the Bush "ban" being a ban only on federal funding of the research) has cured how many people? None. It's thought by science to be likely to provide some cures how soon? Never, or certainly not any time soon.

Naturally, therefore, we must have embryonic stem cell research. In the first hundred hours. The Dem Agenda: Only the finest false hopes are good enough for the American people.