From: "M. E. Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Molloy went on to respond to the sentence:
>"A fetus is a human.".
>His response was redundant in that he used arguments
>already well known in the E-prime issue. He did not
>respond to my point that someone could just as easily
>"A fetus has the same rights as a human.",
>my obvious point being that by shifting to E-prime,
>the argument has not changed very much, hardly at all.
>So, again, the value of advocating E-prime seems
Non E-prime but essential:
Humans do not have rights, citizens have rights.
A fetus is not a citizen.
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