he verdict is clear: Rarely has a president so vilified for a moral stance been so thoroughly vindicated.
Why? Precisely because he took a moral stance. Precisely because Bush was made "a little bit uncomfortable" by the implications of embryonic experimentation. Precisely because he therefore decided that some moral line had to be drawn.
Let me get this logic straight. Because Bush had a bad opinion and held up critical research long enough, this discovery is vindication of that bad opinion?
Oh Krauthammer, you never cease to amuse. And by amuse, I mean annoy or enrage.