Eye on 08 has a good post on the misrepresentations of the Romney Cult on his stem cell position.
He notes that deliberately missing from the Romney Myths are Facts, is his position in favor of embryonic stem cell research:
"Governor Romney Supports Adult Stem Cell Research But Has Opposed Efforts To Advance Embryo Destructive Research In Massachusetts And He Has Not Supported Public Funding For Embryo Destructive Research."
Eyeon08 quotes Shaffley's "Mitt Romney Supports Killing Human Embryos for Research" - and cuts to the chase:
In other words, it seems, Romney was opposed to cloning, not embryonic stem cell research, as such. That doesn’t seem consistent with his statement that, "He Has Not Supported Public Funding For Embryo Destructive Research". Isn’t that just a clear contradiction?
Isn't there something sobering about the omissions and deliberate misrepresentations on National Review Online? They appear to be withholding the honest information on Romney in an attempt to veil his health care abortion additions in 2006, his embryonic stem cell position, his 2005 abortifacient directives unconstitutionally and illegally forced upon Catholic Hospitals, his flip flops and general cadaver status in the prolife network. That is, the ones who will not be bought off for any amount of money or inclusion in the good old boy network.