Saturday, May 21, 2005

Clone This

"I worry about a world in which cloning becomes acceptable."
-- President George W. Bush

When I look at our president, I have to admit that I, too, worry about cloning.


At 10:24 AM, Blogger LiteraryTech said...

Oh dear. Mr. Bush is worried. Oh dear. And about a topic he could not even begin to comprehend. The complexities of your average ethics argument, let alone the complicated arguments at hand, are certainly beyond such a near illiterate. By what signal writing or communication should we measure Mr. Bush's ability to hold forth a thoughtful opinion on the subject of medical research ethics? It is already well known that he doesn't read, so where would he be exposed to the detailed understanding of this issue.

Oh, I get it. He simply fears the unknown and the rigors of science. I get it. Fear.

At 10:10 AM, Blogger Dr. Pants said...

I worry about a world in which George W. Douche gets elected TWICE. You'd think we'd learn after the first four disasterous years, but the American people decided to clone them, maybe just to see if the second term could possibly get worse.

Congrats, folks -- it has!

At 1:59 PM, Anonymous Pantea Mirzabozorg said...

What I fear most is that he is, in fact, an actual clone. He is the worst-case scenario from the Ramisian nightmare of "Multiplicity" -- a fifth-removed clone, a diluted subhuman with food hanging off his slack chin and feces fermenting in his pants.


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