I made a little inquiry to Cesspoolie earlier, and I thought it might make an interesting question to pose to the general posters here. "I can't imagine what ethical ground Bush could have claimed for his fervent mentions of the protection of human embryos. Millions of embryos die in the United States each year as a result of natural processes. Since Bush claims that the protection of human embryos is such a critical priority, why did he never devote federal funds to research of this phenomenon, so that he might end this apparent genocide?" Thoughts?