>Three members of the Texas House State Affairs Committee have refused to sign off on the Committee’s final report on stem cell technology.
The Houston Chronicle calls them Balky Democrats.
I’m not surprised. None of them bothered to come to the Committee’s hearing on the charge held in Houston in September, where I was one of many who testified.
And they were 3 of the Democrats who ran away to Ardmore, Oklahoma in 2003 to prevent the House from having a quorum for deliberation.
>Politics. Need I say more?
>As Wesley Smith said, I thought the Dems were the ones accusing the Repubs of politicizing science. (I thought it was Nature or New Scientist, but Wesley probably knows.)Nevertheless, if you don't do your homework, you should go along. And the distortion from Villareal, Farrar, and Martinez-Fischer is ridiculous:While saying the process "was used to create a sheep clone nearly a decade ago," the three added that "there is no peer-reviewed, scientifically verifiable process that claims to use a human SCNT cell implanted into a woman's womb to create a human life."