President Bush Was Right . . . Scientifically and Morally
Hurlbutt, Edmund C., The Human Life Review
My dad is completely confined to his bed or a wheel chair now. The Parkinson's disease has also mostly destroyed his ability to speak, and now even his mind is tragically diminished. Mom is better off, but her Alzheimer's continues to rob her day by day of her memory, of her very self. She still remembers her four children, thank God. But her birth date and age are now a complete mystery to her.
Such losses-"the long good-bye," Nancy Reagan so keenly called it-are painful for every family, and every one of us would do almost anything to defeat these horrible thieves.
President George W. Bush recently endured much scorn from America's self-appointed scientific elite, …
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Publication information: Article title: President Bush Was Right . . . Scientifically and Morally. Contributors: Hurlbutt, Edmund C. - Author. Magazine title: The Human Life Review. Volume: 33. Issue: 3 Publication date: Summer 2007. Page number: 105+. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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