profoundly wrong

Today President Obama called cloning "profoundly wrong", which made me wonder about how that works out in the moral calculus.

Ending the life of a baby to collect stem cell tissue is apparently not profoundly wrong, but cloning a baby -- or me for that matter -- to do anything with it (collect stem cells, make me a new heart for my bum ticker, get skin grafts in case I burn myself, etc.) is "profoundly wrong".

See -- I think all of it is an abomination. All of is it tantamount to infanticidal cannibalism. But I have a point of reference for saying that -- what's Obama's point of reference?