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"Promoting science isn't just about providing resources - it's also about ... we make scientific decisions based on facts, not ideology." ... US President Barack Obama, March 10, 2009.

"Should all science be legal? Should scientists do whatever they are able to do? ... The Nazi scientists who devised efficient methods of eliminating the mentally or physically handicapped were just as scientific as the British scientists who developed penicillin. But they had different values." ... David C. Stolinsky, MD, March 16, 2009.

"And yes, many of these potential human beings are being destroyed at fertility clinics around the nation. That is wrong. But using them for medical research does not mitigate that wrong, it compounds it. Even if destroying embryos were certain to bring a cure for grave diseases (and it is far from certain), it is never justified to use one human being -- or even potential human being -- as a source of spare parts for another."... Columnist Mona Charen (5/27/2005)

"At the very least, it seems to me that the human embryo is worthy of respect. . . . It cannot be treated with no more respect than a laboratory rat destined to be sacrificed for the sake of science." ... Australian Cabinet Minister Tony Abbott, quoted by Aussie Internet News Service. (Life Advocacy Briefing, 8/25/2002)

"When you do research on an embryo, which is an early human being, you are essentially ending a life. That's immoral. Why can't they just keep working on the adult stem cells?"... Don Kazimir, director of the Respect Life Office for the Catholic Diocese of Palm Beach referring to Florida Atlantic University plan to begin doing research using human embryonic stem cells (March, 2003)