Solving the Embryonic Stem Cells Debate  

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

John Hawkins has a great piece today showing the superiority of adult stem cell research over embryonic stem cell research. In the comments section, I provide the very best solution to this debate yet provided:

Here's an even better idea:

Let's not let the government spend ANY money on medical research. After all, it is illegal for it to do so anyway. That will force individuals, inventors, and private industry to make wise investments to get to the methods that will be truly succssful.

Of course, the Republicrats will never go for it because it takes it out of their evil hands.


Posted by RightWingRocker
April 11, 2007 12:19 PM
The proof, of course came later, posted by "aharris":
As my husband, the pharmaceutical guy, says: if private industry isn't investing in it, they must not see a return on their investment.

Posted by aharris
April 11, 2007 12:50 PM
This is the bottom line, folks. If private industry won't spend money on it, then why should anyone else, especially those of us who are opposed to it?

Get the government out of it, and let the chips fall where they may.