Of course it doesn't. But tell me what would have happened to the clones otherwise? Would the Kaminoans have continued to feed and clothe them out of the goodness of their hearts? The clone army already exists. I would say the true ethical fault with the Jedi has more to do with continuing to use the clones rather than their initial acceptance. They should have pushed harder for the Republic to raise its own army of volunteers. However, I can also see how they might have believed that using the clones (who were bred as exceptional soldiers) would more quickly end the war and thus save more lives in the end. There's never "ethical" choices in war. Was bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki ethical? When they were full of civilians? Yet many would argue that those attacks were instrumental to ending WWII.