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Lsuhoohoo
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Trusting Science: What makes a human? "being born, that's why we have birthdays."

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.@RepMikeJohnson: "How does one qualify as fully human? What makes a human being?"

Dem pro-abortion witness: "What makes a person a human being is them being born...That's why we have birthdays."



So if you have a baby tomorrow, it's not a human today.
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TDsngumbo
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Democrat pieces of shite can't even figure out if they're a man or woman by the age of 30. How do you expect them to know if a baby is a human if it's to be born tomorrow?


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Big Gorilla
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Love me some Mike Johnson. He is my representative and will vote him every time. Sensible and conservative. Should be a senator.


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Homesick Tiger
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Johnson should have come back with "then why is a pregnant woman always spoke of as carrying a child or a baby"? Not once have I ever heard someone ask a pregnant woman "how are you and your fetus doing today?"


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FooManChoo
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"What makes a person a human being is them being born...That's why we have birthdays."
Air-tight logic.


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Figgy
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Dem pro-abortion witness: "What makes a person a human being is them being born...That's why we have birthdays."


Some people just want to kill the unborn.


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doliss
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Member since Sep 2009
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Birfdays. Very sciencey


Best response on that post lol


PaperTiger
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I could definitely make an argument that "Dem pro-abortion witness" is not human


dcrews
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I mean, there has to be a starting point where it's considered a human being with rights and when it's not.

I don't believe science has any part in making this determination because it's entirely up to the society in question to make that decision.

Also, citing birthdays as a scientific method for determining human rights for unborn vs born children is absurd.


OMLandshark
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Here's a question I've recently thought of that proves the evil of abortion that these idiot eugenists can't defend: What if a woman has identical twins, wants one child, but not the other? So she gives birth to the first one that is genetically identical to the one still in her body in every way: Should she be allowed to abort the other twin? I think that's the best hypothetical on the evil of abortion up to the point of birth.
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I don't believe science has any part in making this determination because it's entirely up to the society in question to make that decision.

Also, citing birthdays as a scientific method for determining human rights for unborn vs born children is absurd.


as a pro-choice person, I fully agree. There is no standard on when it is a human being.

Even our laws don't agree. We have laws that if a pregnant woman is killed, the murdered can be charged with double homicide.

Yet we also have laws that don't allow you to claim pregnancy as a dependent. So there really is no clear cut time when it becomes a full human.


FearlessFreep
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What if a woman has identical twins, wants one child, but not the other? So she gives birth to the first one that is genetically identical to the one still in her body in every way: Should she be allowed to abort the other twin?
Or another hypothetical: what if she has fraternal twins, one biologically male and one female. Does she have the Constitutional right to abort the female?


Taxing Authority
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Dem pro-abortion witness: "What makes a person a human being is them being born...That's why we have birthdays."
Bad news. Some cultures count time from conception. Birth = 1 year old.


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OMLandshark
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Or another hypothetical: what if she has fraternal twins, one biologically male and one female. Does she have the Constitutional right to abort the female?



I think the identical argument is better.


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tigeraddict
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You have identical twins. One is born 6 weeks early and the other is able to stay in until 40 weeks.

One is a human 6 weeks before the other by that logic…….

Two genetically identical to each other one human at 34 weeks the other at 40…..





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Wtodd
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What makes a human?

Not what....God makes a human


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touchdownjeebus
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What if you don’t celebrate birthdays?


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NineLineBind
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Birfdays. Very sciencey


Best response on that post lol

The more we learn through science, the less we use it.


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squid_hunt
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2021
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The left wants to give rights to everyone. They think every Mexican who bats their eyes at our southern border deserves the right to vote in our elections and access to free health care and education. These are the same people who want to arbrarily discriminate against the life of a child because it's politically expedient. Pretending this is the only hard and fast rule in all of society is pathetic and silly.


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McLemore
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That's why we have birthdays


I mean it's like science brah!!

And a cultural tradition of celebrating something somehow affects rights and obligations related to something else? What an idiot.


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