Skip to comments.Our "Intelligent" President Signs Law Banning Stem Cell Research...Without Even Knowing
Posted on 03/13/2009 6:37:23 PM PDT by bloodmeridian
I'm really never going to get over how much fun this charade is to watch.
On Monday, the glorious b. Hussein proclaimed how he hit "select all, delete, save" (for you original Mac folks) on the Bush administration executive order banning embryonic stem cell research.
Then on Wednesday, b. signed the $410 billion omnibus bill, so his socialist soul train could roll on through the end of the fiscal year. Not to be outdone, he took to the pulpit (reading from his Golden Teleprompter, of course) and chastised lawmakers (particularly those supposed "Republicans," who, we admit with grinding teeth, disgustingly built in 40 percent of the 9,000 or so earmarks in that bill)...then rode in on his white horse and proposed "new rules" overhauling the practice of attaching parasitic earmarks to spending bills.
Which Prince Harry Reid, Senate buffoon in charge, promptly disregarded, saying, "Screw him, we're not following those rules."
But it gets better...like the difference between Jennifer Hewitt and Gisele.
Because the "Intelligent One"...the Messiah....the Kwitsatz Haderach...in signing that bloated pork-barrel chow-hound omnibus bill, a tip that would make the most professional stripper gasp with delight, signed a law...
...banning the FEDERAL FUNDING OF EMBRYO RESEARCH
(Excerpt) Read more at feedyouradhd.blogspot.com ...
Does the lame stream media know this?
HAHAHAHAHAHA! That’s funny.
This needs to go viral,we need a victory,no matter how symbolic,we need one about now!
This needs to go viral. Doooooooo eeeeeeeeet!
I think the real Messiah trumped the faux messiah.
Was this the Divine Intervention we have been seeking?
He works in mysterious ways. Even on the internet. ;)
You’ll like this.
Opinions, anyone ?
"Hugh" and "Series," and "stuned beeber" now have some company in "Dickey-Wicker"--as in Leon Lett thinking he scored a touchdown--"ooohh, he pulled a Dickey-Wicker!"
This man may be worse than Carter... and that is saying something.
Just doesn’t matter....the law doesn’t apply to the “ONE”....he can do whatever he wants....
Is this true? Does anyone have proof? Lord, what poetic justice. LOL!
Embryonic stem cell research has never been banned. And lifting the ban on federal funding for it certainly did not allocate any funding for it. It’s been progressing nicely with private funding, free of all the stupid strings attached to federal funding, and will continue to do so. We’re having a bit of a financial crunch right now, and embryonic stem cell research is hardly an urgent priority for government. Bailing out huge banks and stabilizing the financial system is something which really require government involvement. Not so for medical research of any kind.
I’m sorry but I think O knew exactly what he was doing. That piece of legislation, that was in the Omnibus, has been there since 1996. My guess is he knew it was coming, deleted Bushes exec order so the MSM would have something to talk about, but knew he was making no difference.
This provision simply prevents it from being funded by this act... I’m sure he’ll find the money somewhere else
Didnt he say he would go over the bill line by line. If so he has no excuse and the law stands.
Obama’s Stem Cell Policy Hasn’t Reversed Legislative Restrictions
[Obama bans stem cell research $]
Fox News | March 14, 2009
Posted on 03/14/2009 5:34:45 PM PDT by grundle
President Obama okays funding embryonic stem cell research
(but removes adult stem cell funding)
CMI | March 19, 2009 | Lita Cosner
Posted on 03/19/2009 8:31:43 AM PDT by GodGunsGuts
Scientific Community Differs About Stem Cells
Debate Misrepresented By The National Media
The Bulletin | March 12, 2009 | Michael P. Tremoglie
Posted on 03/12/2009 4:54:55 PM PDT by William Tell 2
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