Stem Cell Breakthrough?
This is John Edwards on Monday at a rally in Newton, Iowa: "If we do the work that we can do in this country, the work that we will do when John Kerry is president, people like Christopher Reeve are going to walk, get up out of that wheelchair and walk again."
During the 2004 Presidential election, John Edwards reached what I perceived to be the all-time low in political pandering by promising that if elected, they would have people like Christopher Reeve walking again. It was one of the few events of the race that just truly disgusted me.
Well, I may have been premature in my disgust. John Edwards may have known something. For, no sooner than the election’s over, and Bush hasn’t even been sworn in yet, we have this:
Not quite the cure Edwards was promising is it?
I’m still disgusted by how the Johns abused this topic.
- September 17, 2004 -- The Ugly Side of Politics (0)
Three-year-old Sophia Parlock cries while seated on the shoulders of her father, Phil Parlock, after having their Bush-Cheney sign torn up by Kerry-Edwards supporters on Thursday, Sept. 16, 2004, ...
- October 13, 2004 -- Approval ratings and winning (0)
The Volokh Conspiracy once again points us to an interesting read. Namely, an article by Larry Sabato predicting the race to the finish line in the presidential race. Most of the article I can go...
- October 15, 2004 -- Hysterical Rhetoric (0)
This is a GREAT read! It's written by Mark Alexander of Townhall.com. It definitely has a conservative agenda, but the gist I wish I could have written myself.
As Wednesday night's final preside...
- October 30, 2004 -- Michael Moore and Osama Bin Laden (0)
Michael Moore released Fahrenheit 9/11 as purely an effort to embarass George Bush. It did some damage as the anti-Bush segment of the population rallied around it moreso than they were their own ...
- October 21, 2004 -- Politics and Religion (0)
In light of this year's election, the religion of the candidates seems to be more of an issue than it has been probably since the 1960 election, when JFK I's Catholicism was considered to be a liab...