Skip to comments.Barack Obama Stem Cell Research Ad Ignores Best Diabetes Hope: Adult Cells
Posted on 09/24/2008 9:22:20 AM PDT by SErtelt
Washington, DC -- Barack Obama is running a misleading radio ad on the issue of stem cell research -- falsely accusing presidential candidate John McCain of voting against it. The ad, which features a mother of a child with juvenile diabetes, also ignores how adult stem cell research provides the most hope for patients.
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Obama is the savior of us all. How could we not elect the him. After all isn’t Barack Hussein Obama the great healer? (Sarcasm on to the max).
B-U-M-P everyone’s accusing me
Isn’t McCain actually IN FAVOR of embryonic stem cell research with existing lines? It is so deceiving of the Dems to level this accusation. They did the same with George Bush, when it is HIS admiminstration that has actually channeled more dollars than ever to stem cell research- adult stem cells... the ones where results are being seen...
Gov. Gregoire is doing the same thing out here to Dino Rossi.
It’s awful the way some parents of type 1 diabetics grasp at straws for a cure and believe the hype. As of last month I have been a type one for 38 years and have paid close attention to what works and what is a pipe dream. It’s a shame that the abortion lobby is allowed to decieve these people in this way.
“...which features a mother of a child with juvenile diabetes...”
Glad I caught this!
The ‘mother’ (Tammy something?) in this ad is the exact same woman they used to run this ad and bash Bush in 2004. She’s from the local area. She’s a tool.
But, you know, since SHE has a sick kid, it’s OK to kill a bunch of OTHER kids to save HER kid. Yeesh!
It’s word-for-word, but substitutes Bush/Kerry with McCain/Obama.
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