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Stem-Cell Science Vetoed

President Bush executed his first veto since entering office on a bill supporting stem-cell research. What do you think?
  • "Maybe Bush would pass the bill if, instead of research, the stem cells would be used for torture."

    Susan Faden
    Systems Analyst
  • "If God wanted to cure or treat diseases affecting 100 million people, he would've put a sane person in the Oval Office."

    Ray Kiley
    Bar Back
  • "To Bush's credit, the ailing and enfeebled can't vote, let alone fund a Republican campaign."

    Mitchell Goldberg
    Lawyer
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