Re: The Cloning Debate (again)

Michael Lorrey (
Sun, 11 Jan 1998 11:04:58 -0500

Randall R Randall wrote:

> On Sat, 10 Jan 1998 19:27:57 +0100 Erik Moeller
> <> writes:
> >a human a product which you can either afford or not, depending on your
> >position in the capitalist society. Of course this is perfectly in the
> line of
> >thinking of a free market capitalist. In his view, humans have always
> Please. Surely you don't really believe this?

Beleive what? That a person should have to demonstrate a minimum fiscal
capacity before being allowed to reproduce? While one could say this is an
unreasonable imposition on the individuals rights to procreate, I say that
my being forced by government, society, and my own concience, to support the
abandoned products of irresponsible reproduction is an unreasonable
impostion on my privacy, my personal productivity, and my rights to enjoy
the fruits of that productivity. My being forced to pay for not only the
irresponsible reproduction, but to pay an incompetent government bureaucracy
to raise these children in such a negligent manner is also being forced to
be an accessory to child neglect and abuse, while my own ability to properly
support and demonstrate a fiscal ability to properly raise my own offspring
is infringed upon. Pick someone elses pocket, buddy!!

   Michael Lorrey
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