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Thursday, October 26, 2006
Al-UH Daily Cougar Columnist Jeff Cokenour 'Props Up Michael J Fox ad' (Liberals lie to sick people with false hope for sick in those Political Ads)
I've really enjoyed my time here at UH. It's been fun sparing with the sane people among you. As for the crazy people, and they know who they are, they might miss me even more because there won't be anybody for them to be angry at on campus.
Did you know that if John Kerry were elected President that Christopher Reeve would be walking today, and that if the democrats win it all in November that Michael J. Fox's Parkinson's Disease will suddenly be reversed?
The liberals are lying to sick people folks, and Michael J. Fox knows he's lying. And the al-UH Daily Cougar has to go all the way down the coast to get UH-Victoria biology junior Jeff Cokenour to comment on it, since none of our own liberals can spell biology much less understand it.
Cokenour obviously sides with MJ Fox on this issue. Evidently the diseased and disabled, especially the celebrity diseased and disabled can say anything that they want in the political arena and not expect to be challenged. Isn't it incredible that all the other issues like Iraq, the economy, Foley, gas prices, have fallen by the wayside. Now stem-cell research is the latest October surprise, and I think that people will not be fooled by the libs and MJ Fox.
This whole thing boils down to money, cloning, and how can the liberal sacrament of abortion be prolonged.
In his tripe today "Human cloning not research avenue," Jeff Cokenour starts with "in the state of Missouri, certain people are trying to manipulate a sick man -- Michael J. Fox -- for their own ends by saying that a new ballot measure scheduled for the November 2006 election would ban stem-cell research." My God, these people are desperate.
Stem-cell research is already legal in Missouri. The major issue here is cloning as well as federally funded clinics being able to pay money to poor women for their eggs. And the implication that Republicans don't want to see Michael J. Fox get well is crazy.
But looking at reality, it looks more like Fox is playing the public, seeing as when he is on TV shows like Boston Legal he takes the right amount of medication, and when he appears in front of Congress or in his political TV commercials, he doesn't take his medication or doesn't take the right amount of medication his symptoms are readily shown. Now Fox has admitted that in his book and in interviews to not taking his meds properly to play on people's sympathy, but what Fox is saying is like Algore saying that "Republicans want dirty air and water."
It's absolute poppycock what the liberals are saying.
The Missouri Constitutional Amendment 2 is really backwards. The wording sounds good:
"This amendment will allow Missouri patients and researchers access to any method of stem-cell research, therapies and cures permitted under federal law. It also will set limits on any stem-cell research, therapies and cures, including banning human cloning or attempted cloning. Violators will be subject to criminal and civil penalties."
And if you vote FOR you are actually voting for CLONING. Read it for yourself, I'm not trying to hide anything. I've always maintained that if the democrats are FOR an issue, then it's bad for America. Well, the liberals are FOR it, and the voters of Missouri are more than likely going to be AGAINST it Thank God.
Cokenour maintains that "the proposed Missouri law would ban all human cloning efforts and guarantee legal protection for the type of stem-cell research allowed by the federal government." That's not true. The amendment wording for cloning actually reads "no person may clone or attempt to clone a human being". No one will attempt to clone a human being, but the Missouri Amendment leaves the door open for everything else including human body parts, sheep, and cloning embryos for their destruction, etc.
Cokenour being a biology major will not tell you currently "72 maladies for which human patients have received some benefit," that from the Weekly Standard, but absolutely nothing has been proved with embryonic stem cells,and you can check that out in the MD Anderson Library by reviewing the medical journals.
Adult stem cell treatments are working, you can receive them, while you won't see the same for embryonic stem-cells. Stem-cell research is going on at the state level, but the liberals really want federal funding for embryonic research.
"As one who hopes to be a physician in the future, I want all disease and illness be cured and that everyone, regardless of race or creed, be able to live a healthy, normal life," Jeff said.
Look, I've stated facts to counter Cokenour's game. Hell, I've got several family members dying of inoperable cancers right now, and I'd take any treatment for them to get better, but embryonic stem-cell research isn't panning out. Adult stem-cells are working, and to not even mention such treatments borderlines on quackery.
Jeff ought to be ashamed to have written it if he is such an esteemed writer. But if he can't be honest with the tripe he set forth in his piece today, how the hell is Jeff Cokenour going to be honest with his future patients.
Screw the Godless libs and the leaning-dem Mods!
I must have missed it when you said that, but I sincerely hope you will reconsider.
I graduate in May, and I hope you can hold out until then.
And yes it would be a shame to lose this blog.
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