Oh, sweet irony!

Bush advisor Jay Lefkowitz describes how the administration’s anti-stem cell policy came about:

A few days later, I brought into the Oval Office my copy of Brave New World, Aldous Huxley’s 1932 anti-utopian novel, and as I read passages aloud imagining a future in which humans would be bred in hatcheries, a chill came over the room.

It’s hilarious that they would take the instruction book for how they’ve run the country the last few years and use it as a cautionary tale. Although I guess it’s not very different to how they misuse the Bible to their advantage.

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