Thursday, September 29, 2005


Ol' Jimbo's not about to let such things as morals get in the way of the money:

"This is a good, productive measure," said Marc Tuttle, communications director for Pro-Life Wisconsin. "Cloning is something that people in our state have been worried about for a long time."

"We are absolutely elated," added Barbara Lyons, executive director of Wisconsin Right to Life. The Legislature's vote put Wisconsin on record as being against human cloning and against the state becoming known as the "research capital of the world" for destroying human embryos, she said.

Jimbo, our current Mengele-wannabe, trots out Melanie Fonder to read his written evasion:

"I do not understand how anyone can, in good conscience, tell a family whose child is suffering from a life-threatening disease that politics is more important than finding a cure."

In other words, the Moral Imperative that the end cannot justify the means is irrelevant, in the world according to Jimbo.

(He, too, claims to be a Roman Catholic--just like the porn-lover at Watchdog Milwaukee)

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