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I have to say regardless of how you feel about embryonic stem cell research, polls like the Gallup poll are pretty useless. I'll wager that over half of the respondents don't have a clue what embryonic stem cell research is or what the controversy about it is. Politically speaking that means most of them don't really care. Those that are aware of the issues and care about it are a much smaller percentage and so probably not that politically influential one way or the other.

Are we STILL TALKING ABOUT THIS? I HA TE MY PUBLIC OFFICIALS. DEAR GOD, MOVE ON TO THINGS THAT MATTER.

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