Wednesday, July 26, 2006

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From: Ms. Parijata Mackey

Subject: H.R. 810 Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act

In voting against the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act (H.R. 810), what did you hope to achieve? More votes? Or do you just not like the idea of people with terrible diseases being cured? Does it not bother you to know that the overwhelming majority of these fertilized embryos, with potential for great biomedical returns, are simply thrown away? There is no heroic rescue of human life, merely embryonic disposal in a wasteful manner. There is no real gain from opposing this act; it merely allows selfish politicians to please their religious and conservative constituents. Quite frankly it's morally disgusting to oppose H.R. 810. And tell me this, Senator, if the embryo you "save" grows up to be gay, would you still fight for its rights?

Sincerely Yours,

Parijata Mackey


Funny, I sent this email four days ago, with not one response...


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