Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Robin Cook, prolific author of 25 medical thrillers, had this to say about the politics of science in Sunday's Boston Globe magazine:
"I don't think the governor [Romney] is really anti-stem cell research. When I talk to Bill Frist, I can tell he's not against it, either. That stance is the popular position of the far right.... It's a facade."
Disturbing. Frist must be quite the actor. He preaches about morals and values, as if he himself truly believes in everything he votes for, and yet here we have a "shocking" revelation by an apparent friend. Whether Frist's heart is there or not, it's implied he votes for his political skin -- that which is controlled by the religious right.

Still doubt the influence and spreading of Christian theocratic rule? Than read this and this.

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