Skip to comments.Patricia Heaton, Sports Stars Rebut Michael J. Fox on Missouri Stem Cell Ad
Posted on 10/26/2006 12:27:10 AM PDT by Notwithstanding
Pro-life advocates in Missouri have prepared a response ad to one that actor Michael J. Fox has made in numerous states that contains misleading information about pro-life candidates and their views on stem cell research. The new ads feature St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Jeff Suppan and stars Jim Caviezel of "The Passion of Christ."
A new study by Steven Goldman and colleagues at the University of Rochester Medical Center finds embryonic stem cells cause tumors when inserted into rats that have Parkinson's.
As a result, patients like Fox would likely be killed or face severe problems if treated with embryonic stem cells.
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Amendment 2 video
Missourians Against Human Cloning
Clickable link to YouTube video that responds to Fox's ad:
Do No Harm
Updated July 16, 2006
Adult Stem Cells
Embryonic Stem Cells
Peer-Reviewed References (not a complete listing, sample references)
The Facts - Prentice, D. "Adult Stem Cells" Appendix K in Monitoring Stem Cell Research: A Report of the President's Council on Bioethics (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 2004), 309-346.
Michael J. Fox was caught in a despicable display and it's on film for the world to see. Basically he was whoring himself for his Democrat cronies! Trying to create sympathy from the public. USING his illness to generate votes!
He didn't take his medicine so he could be worst than he NORMALLY IS, so people will want to vote for stem cell research! Then when he's caught with his proverbial pants down, he goes on tv and says something about he "guesses he forgot to take his pills that day".
Inside Edition uncovered interviews where he states he's done that before. Even when he's gone before the congress!
Pretty grotesque if you ask me! That would be like having a hemophilliac not take his coagulation medication before testifying. Let congress watch the person nearly bleed to death before the tv camera's! Garner all the sympathy you need, then pray like mad you can stop the bleeding before it's too late!
Better yet... maybe pro-lifers should show an aborted fetus on the floor! Perhaps then we can get some change done by congress!
Maybe ole' Michael is on to something! Even better still, lets make sure Michael is there to watch it, after all, he thinks those little cells that turn into a child are worth his pathetic sorry arse!
Jim Caviezel, Jeff Suppan, Mike Sweeny, Kurt Warner, and Patricia Heaton. That is the kind of star power the good guys need! Knowing many Missourians, I think this ad wll resonate.
So much for the Dems fantasy about the "religious right" staying home on election day. They just made sure with the phony Fox ad that an issue dear to Christian hearts will be front and center and push them to the polls. Thanks libs for shooting yourselves in the foot once again. Losers!
I guess you could consider Fox a RAT.....so maybe that is what his symptoms were, TUMORS on the brain!
I just hope they can afford to run it again during a game that ISN'T rained out... I want my wife's friends and their families to see it.
Lets not stoop down to the level of the democrat party!
Just remmeber the good ole days when he protrayed Reagan-loving Alex P. Keaton on "Family Ties".
bump for later reading.
OK...I am going to be oh so blasted for this, but I found the commericial boring. I had to watch it twice just to understand what they were saying and the production was so cheap looking that if they spent more than 20 dollars for it they got ripped. You know I am all for rebuttle on statements that are false, but couldn't they have done a better job. I find it truly hard to believe that people are saying it was a great commerical. Are you serious or am I just crazy. Either way as long as the point gets across that is most important.
The fact that it looked cheap presumably is because it was put together very quickly so as to have an immediate retort to the dishonest and exploitive ad by Fox. That the producers of this ad were able to get such big names to accept and participate so quickly (obviously the Kurt Warner portion was a quick but definitive statement using the camcorders limited microphone) makes this ad very powerful. In fact the productional beauty of the Fox commercial comes off just as it is - slick production values to covered adorn a specious presentations. The counter ad is a no-frills, star-powered and heartfelt ad. More honest and more effective.
Therefore this ad rocks!
patricia heaton was on everybody loves raymond....but....
everybody loves patricia!!!!!
and you are right.....Very Succulent!
Thanks for that picture. She is one very attractive lady, and brains to boot.