Well I definately agree with you on the pro-choice and stem cell research issues. I was born with a rare autoimmune disease. My only hope for a cure is a stem cell transplant down the road. Doctors don't even know what caused my disease, but it's THEORIZED that one of my genes somehow lost it's marker cell. That kicked my immune system into a frenzy trying to kill the gene. I wouldn't want another human being to have to go through what I've gone through. Cloning humans goes into a grey area. Sure, the benefits of having harvestable organs would be tremendous. But how many times will we have to try in order to get it right? How many babies will be born with severe congenital defects?
I think the most appropriate measure would be to open up embryonic stem cell research and to halt human cloning. Embryonic stem cells have the potential to turn into any type of human cell. This could mean eventually growing organs instead of having to clone in order to get them. It could also mean a cure for people with disease such as diabetes, MS, or Behcets and Sjogrens like myself. I've got a lot weighing on this matter, and I can tell you I was pretty pissed when I heard Bush's plan earlier this year.