AGAIN ! - Pro-abort, CFR-member, Republican presidential candidate Senator John McCain (R-AZ) voted AGAIN ! for federally-funded embryo destruction - destroying early human life with taxpayer dollars
U.S. Senator John McCain, Republican candidate for U.S. President in 2008, who has previously already voted for federal funding of embryonic stem-cell destruction in July 2006 (see link below); and who also already supports "exceptions" to a ban on surgical abortion; has voted AGAIN ! on April 11, 2007 to use federal funds (our taxpayer money) to pay for the destruction of, and experimentation on, human embryos (S.5). See Senate bill S.5 at http://thomas.loc.gov/ for details on the bill and the roll call vote in the U.S. Senate, where S.5 passed by a vote of 63 Yeas (including 17 Republicans) to 34 Nays and 3 Not Voting.
U.S. Senate Roll Call Votes 110th Congress - 1st Session
Question: On Passage of the Bill (S. 5 )
Vote Number: 127
Vote Date: April 11, 2007, 05:53 PM
Required For Majority: 3/5
Vote Result: Bill Passed
Measure Number: S. 5 (Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2007 )
Measure Title: A bill to amend the Public Health Service Act to provide for human embryonic stem cell research.
Not Voting 3
July 18, 2006 US Senate embryonic stem-cell federal funding vote:
Pro-abort, CFR-members, Republican Senators John McCain and Bill Frist vote to federally fund embryo destruction and experimentation
-McCain and Frist, possible Republican candidates for U.S. President in 2008, already support "exceptions" to a ban on surgical abortion, and have now, on July 18, also voted to use federal funds (our taxpayer money) to pay for the destruction and experimentation on human embryos (H.R. 810, already passed by Republican-majority US House on May 24, 2005). See H.R. 810 at http://thomas.loc.gov/ for the roll call votes in both the Republican-majority US House, and the Republican-majority US Senate, both of which have now passed H.R. 810). Congressional profile, House and Senate:
On “Meet the Press,” McCain said he had “come to the conclusion that the exceptions for rape, incest, and the life of the mother are legitimate exceptions” to an outright ban on abortions.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain is member of the global (one-world) government advocacy organization, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), as are other Republican and Democrat 2008 presidential potential/candidates, including Republicans Newt Gingrich (former US House Speaker), and Fred Thompson former U.S. Senator, R-TN); and Democrats Bill Richardson (Governor of New Mexico; former Ambassador to the United Nations), and Christopher Dodd (U.S. Senator, D-CT).
A major plank of the New World Order platform is global population control / reduction (for example, see The Georgia Guidestones, new world order plank # 1), abortion being a primary wicked means to that evil end. This is why the globalist Establishment never wants to "ban" abortion, but will tolerate the faithless failed strategy of incessant incrementalist abortion/murder "regulations" (instead of establishing justice), such as the strategy largely followed by the National Right to Life and Focus on the Family organizations and their state level affiliates. Key persons in National Right to Life and in the Focus on the Family network are members of the conservative / ecumenical "Christian" Religious Establishment's Council for National Policy (which in cludes Catholics and high-level Masons).
The CFR / NWO Establishment candidates are Mis-leaders - counterfeit, false leaders.
"As for My people, children are their oppressors, and women rule over them. O My people,they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths." Isaiah 3:12
Steve Lefemine, pro-life missionary
dir., Columbia Christians for Life
April 13, 2007
Focus on the Family
Senate Lacks Votes to Override Veto on Embryonic Stem-Cell Bill
by Jennifer Mesko, associate editor
In a medical first, adult stem cells shown to cure young diabetics.
The U.S. Senate voted 63-34 today in favor of S. 5, which would allow federal tax dollars to be used as an incentive to destroy human embryos for stem-cell research. President Bush has promised a veto, and 67 votes were needed to override that veto.
“That would be the end of the bill, but not the end of the issue,” said Douglas Johnson, legislative director for the National Right to Life Committee. He said he expects the bill to come up again next year.
Supporters of S. 5, continue to argue that embryonic stem cells hold the most promise for medical breakthroughs and cures.
But in stark contrast to those claims, a study published Tuesday in The Journal of the American Medical Association shows 13 young Brazilians with type 1 diabetes have been able to stop taking insulin shots, thanks to a promising treatment with their own stem cells not embryonic stem cells.
“It's the first time in the history of type 1 diabetes where people have gone with no treatment whatsoever,” study co-author Dr. Richard Burt of Northwestern Memorial Hospital told The Associated Press.
Carrie Gordon Earll, senior analyst for bioethics for Focus on the Family Action, said it’s time for senators and others to pay attention to the benefits of noncontroversial adult stem cells.
“The Brazilian diabetes research confirms what opponents of destructive embryonic stem-cell research have said for years: we don't have to destroy young humans to find cures for disease and treatment for injury,” she said.
“We don't know if embryonic stem-cell research will ever directly benefit patients; however, we do know that research dollars invested into alternative sources of stem cells like the Brazilian study are paying off for patients. That's where our tax dollars should go.”
Earll said CitizenLink readers who contacted their legislators played a role in protecting life.
“Every call, every e-mail makes a difference,” she said. “You better believe those who advocate destructive embryo research are calling, so it's critical that pro-life citizens make their voices heard, too.”
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