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I think stem cell research is crucial. I think medically it has a great future. I think that the answers aren’t in yet. Some people say it’s absolutely the answer, and others say it’s no good and don’t do it. It’s not known yet, and I’ll tell you what: politicians and bureaucrats and the FDA don’t know either, and I don’t think that’s where it should be determined. It should be determined in the marketplace. In Washington so far we only had two choices, either prohibit it or subsidize it. My position is that we shouldn’t do either. It should be in the states to devise the rules and laws on what you can do and can’t do. Though I’m very strong pro-life and the worst thing I can conceive of is manufacturing babies to be used for research, but as an obstetrician I’ve had on quite a few occasions to do a surgery on a woman with a pregnancy in the Fallopian tube. And, the fetus is small, and alive, and the heart is beating, but if you don’t operate on him, the fetus dies and the patient dies, because a hemorrhage is a very very critical time for ectopic pregnancy. I don’t see any reason why you can’t use that fetal tissue for research.”
  —Ron Paul
 Politico TV, May 2007

Ron Paul Legacy Award during YAL Convention

I was respected to be a partial of a festivities for a opening night of Young Americans for Liberty’s 2012 National Convention final night. After an already sparkling day in that a House overwhelmingly upheld Ron Paul’s Audit a Fed bill, Dr. Paul was was awarded a initial “Ron Paul Legacy Award” by YAL Executive Director Jeff Frazee.

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The Daily Caller had an glorious news on a event:

Hundreds of immature libertarians collected Wednesday night to applaud a bequest of timid Rep. Ron Paul hours after a House upheld legislation to review a Federal Reserve that a Texas congressman has been pulling for years.

“We had a small opinion currently in a House of Representatives,” Paul pronounced to resounding acclaim during a Young Americans for Liberty eventuality in his honor.

After a immature throng began chanting, “End a Fed! End a Fed!” Paul responded: “I’ve always argued that once a Fed gets audited, a Fed will end…”

Paul’s son, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul — who also addressed a throng during Catholic University on Wednesday night — urged those fabricated to email Reid’s bureau and beg with him to call a opinion on a legislation.

The lawmaker pronounced his staff unclosed video display Reid in a 1990s “going to town, articulate about how we should review a Fed.”

“Now, we have to remonstrate him that he still believes that,” Rand Paul said. “And so one of a things we can do, if everybody in this room left here and emailed Harry Reid, we consider it would help.”

Ron Paul likely that a Senate would pass a legislation if indeed brought to a vote…

The remarks were done Wednesday during a inhabitant gathering of a Young Americans for Liberty, an classification that grew out of a students ancillary Ron Paul’s presidential run in 2008.

The organisation hold a “Ron Paul Legacy” eventuality to respect a congressman’s twelve-terms in a House. Paul, who ran for boss as a Republican in 2008 and 2012, and as a Libertarian in 1988, will retire from Congress this year.

His son paid reverence to him, saying, “I consider that’s one of a things that my father’s bequest will uncover is that he’s unequivocally been over a sparse partisanship.”

“I consider that’s what’s endeared him to a lot of people,” Rand Paul said, “what’s brought a lot of people to a movement. And we consider what you’re saying is — and what we will see in a destiny — is this isn’t a finish with my father retiring. It’s a commencement of a new wave.”


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