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Saturday, October 28, 2006

Feeding Ben Cardin His Dinner Of Crow

Michael Steele, GOP Senate candidate from Maryland, has answered Ben Cardin's stupid Michael J. Fox ad with an ad that lays waste to Cardin's charge that Mr. Steele does not care about stem cell research:

I’m Dr. Monica Turner. Congressman Ben Cardin is attacking Michael Steele with deceptive, tasteless ads. He is using the victim of a terrible disease to frighten people all for his own political gain.

Mr. Cardin should be ashamed.

Here’s something you should know about Michael Steele. He does support stem cell research, and he cares deeply for those who suffer from disease. How do I know? I’m Michael Steele’s little sister. I have MS, and I know he cares about me.

Hat-Tip: Captain Ed and Hugh Hewitt.

In the closing days of this election, this ad is going to wreak havoc on Ben Cardin's camapign. Not only does it crush his charge, but it makes his ad with Michael J. Fox appear even more dishonest. Why? Because Michael Steele does support BOTH kinds of stem cell research. His only caveat to embryonic stem cell research is that he will not support it if it destroys the embryo. But he is all for the research needed to determine if ESCs are even a viable alternative. A point that the private research companies are trying to determine right now. ASCs have been proven to help a number of diseases, while ESCs show no progress right now. I ought to know because ASCs are being looked at and researched right now to treat my disease: Type One Diabetes. And according to my doctors, there are signs of promise that they could help people like me.

This ad will be the final nails in Ben Cardin's political coffin.



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