Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Kerry Focuses On Key Election Issue: Ergonomics

With the media obsession with such weighty issues as the war in Iraq, terrorism, jobs, health care and stem cell research, it’s good to see that John Kerry hasn’t forgotten one of the first high crimes of the Bush administration:

Kerry accused Bush of taking the wrong turn not only on stem-cell research but also on a host of other scientific issues, from ergonomics in the workplace to global warming. And he pledged to lift Bush's restrictions on research into potential disease cures.

"He's out of touch," the Massachusetts senator said, portraying Bush as a stubborn president more interested in solidifying his conservative Republican base than in listening to scientists.

You go guy!