Re: Dick Armey, science expert

Philos Anthropy (
Fri, 30 Jan 1998 21:04:31 -0600

Many countries want American US $ and don't care too much about these silly
cloning bans or other regulations. These include tropical islands that are
sovereign like the Bahamas, Cayman Islands and also many Central American
countries like Guatemala. None of the above countries are not that far away. Any
of them are probably closer to the US border than Maine is to California or Texas
is from Alaska or Hawaii). wrote:

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> In a message dated 98-01-30 21:07:06 EST, you write:
> << Not trusting the US Food and Drug Administration to erect sufficient
> barriers to the cloning of humans, House Majority Leader Richard
> Armey (R-Tex) has announced his intention to puruse legislation to
> make it a felony. (I will provide an update if the bill actually
> makes it though House committee) Several religious organizations,
> including the Family Research Council, the Catholic Bishops and the
> Christian Coalition, also announced their support.
> For those who might not fully understand how the technology works,
> Rep. Armey explains: '...cloning is the way amoebas produce--it was
> never intended for man.'
> Produce WHAT, I wonder?
> Kathryn Aegis
> >>
> thats the good thing about other countries, where its legal. does anyone know
> the status of that?
> thanks
> danny