Skip to comments.Michael J. Fox is a cannibal
Posted on 10/25/2006 10:21:35 AM PDT by freepatriot32
Michael J. Fox is a famous TV and movie star. He is witty. He is charming. A few years ago, we learned he has Parkinson's disease.
PD is a slowly progressive neurological disorder, characterized by tremors, shuffling gait, a masklike facial expression, "pill rolling" of the fingers, drooling, intolerance to heat, oily skin, emotional instability and defective judgment (although intelligence is rarely impaired).
PD is currently incurable, although there are several methods to slow its advancement, including drug therapy and surgery.
PD is tragic, particularly in Fox's case, because it rarely afflicts persons under 60 years old.
Yet everyone faces tragedy at one time or another, in one form or another. A person's moral fiber is revealed in tragedy.
So we learned through Fox's affliction that he has either extremely poor judgment or a diabolical character flaw. He supports human embryonic stem-cell experimentation, thus contending that some humans are subhuman and expendable for others' personal gain.
We know there is nothing new under the sun. So Fox's character flaw is not new, just a variation of the worst of human behavior throughout history.
Slaveholders thought those whose lives and deaths they controlled were "property," as the U.S. Supreme Court determined in the 1857 Dred Scott decision. Hitler thought Jews were evolutionary mistakes. The Islamic government of Sudan currently has it in for black Christians.
Different day, different holocaust.
As is always the case, the powerful determine the fate of the powerless, and if the powerful don't hold the view that all humans are created equal, then the powerless end up enslaved or dead.
Some may think I'm going over the top to compare Fox to slave owners or Hitler or the Sudanese government. "Fox is a nice guy, and he's sick. Be nice."
If you think that, your sympathies are misplaced. Fox advocates killing certain people to experiment on them "for the greater good" simply because those people don't look like we do yet. This is odd, because some day Fox won't look like most people either.
If Fox wanted to kill a football stadium full of toddlers to experiment on them, I doubt anyone would think he was normal, and I doubt anyone would bear with his barbaric rambling to be nice.
But using Fox's logic, experimentation of 2-year-olds should be acceptable. Toddlers are certainly far less developed on the human continuum and don't look at all normal by adult standards. The reason they are called "toddlers" in the first place is because their oversized heads and bellies cause them to "toddle" when they walk.
Scientifically speaking, a human is a human from the instant of fertilization, no matter what phase of development. "Take that single cell of the just conceived zygote, put it next to a chimpanzee cell, and 'a geneticist could easily identify the human. Its humanity is already that strikingly apparent,'" said Randy Alcorn in his newly released book, "Why Pro-Life?," quoting from "Preview of a Birth."
I'll worry about Fox's feelings after he stops using his considerable influence to convince the American public to support taxpayer-funded human embryonic stem-cell experimentation. Fox is not only pushing an ideology on me that advocates the destruction of human life, but he also wants to force me to pay for it. What gall.
I feel sorry for Fox's kids. Flashing them either forward or backward in one of Fox's "Back to the Future" movies, they are in lose-lose situations.
The future Fox wants to create for his three daughters looks bleak. No longer will only hens lay eggs for human consumption if Fox has his way. His daughters will be exploited for their eggs, too, because the only source of these pre-embryos is women. It is foolish to think technology will be sated by the availability of today's orphaned embryos, as is now the spin.
And in an altered past, Fox would have allowed the dissection of his days-old embryonic children so he could surgically ingest them in an effort to cure his own ailments high tech cannibalism.
It's funny that Fox calls himself a vegetarian.
Jill Stanek fought to stop "live-birth abortion" after witnessing one as a registered nurse at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Ill. In 2002, President Bush asked Jill to attend his signing of the Born Alive Infants Protection Act. In January 2003, World Magazine named Jill one of the 30 most prominent pro-life leaders of the past 30 years. To learn more, visit Jill's blog, Pro-life Pulse.http://www.jillstanek.com/
Succinct and true.
Fox is a typical liberal dupe. Sadly his disease makes him a special target of the libs, like Christopher Reeve was. Same modus operandi. And IMHO, PD or not, when he steps into the public light, and opens his mouth, he is fair game. No holds barred.
No need for such a provocative title to expose how Michael J. Fox and democrats are lying and playing on the emotions of people.
I don't respect him a bit, the whole shaking thing was just a big act for the cameras, after all - acting is his career.
Ann Coulter said a few months ago in her new book how the Left goes out of its way to find these people that are "victims" and thus cannot be debated against, like the Jersey girls and Max Cleland who blew his own legs off by playing around with a grenade and now the Left rolls out this shaking clown, the DNC operatives probably stood at the side of the TV commercial set and told him to shake more, I wonder how many takes it took before they thought the over-exaggerated shaking was good enough.
If we're not careful, we'll wake up in a Brave New World where the living cannabilize the next generation to maintain their lives. And that should scare the heck out of everyone!
I don't remember if he actually used "embryonic" stem cell research. You can used just stem cells that are not "embryonic". Maybe that's what Michael was referring to? Or not. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.
Mr. Fox was unavailable for comment.
Can't researchers use whatever stem cells they want? I thought it was just the groups dragging on the gov. teet that cannot use embryonic cells.
This is the best possible argument. I've asked liberals this before, "If killing and eating an infant would cure any disease and add 50 years to your life, would it be OK to do it?"
I'll tell you the very, very scary truth though, not one has ever said, "No." In fact, after just a bit of hesitation, they all start justifying actually doing it.
Just no Federal Government $$$. California has ponied up for some in their state.
First he does that Ad for the Dem in Missouri, and today he's in Wheaton, Illinois, stumping for Tammy Duckworth. Funny, I thought he lived in California.
Fox is another "human shield" that the Demos are trotting out in a last ditch effort to defeat Talent, Steele and a couple of others. Hopefully, the public is not as stupid as they think they are. I can't stand Fox and now have little sympathy for the "actor".
Obama lives in Illinois, but he's been all over lately. Come to think of it Bush is from Texas and currently resides in DC, but he has been seen campaigning all over lately too. It's Political Season, and there are no rules.
If injecting a blastocyst into your body would cure any disease and add 50 years to your life, would it be OK to do it?
He's coming to Virginia to appear with Jimmy Webb next week...
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