- Jul 12, 2005
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- Los Angeles, CA
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Fantasea said:Your answer, while admittedly lengthy, is totally unresponsive. I ask for fact and you spew forth unfounded opinion. Simply a regurgitation of the same old nonsense.
Have you any equally qualified sources who can refute what these doctors have to say? I think not.
Dr. McCarthy de Mere, medical doctor and law professor, University of Tennessee, testified: "The exact moment of the beginning of personhood and of the human body is at the moment of conception."
The argument of personhood works quite well for the anti-rights campaign when it states this OPINION. However, when any other conclusion is drawn, then it becomes nonsense.
Dr. Alfred Bongiovanni, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, concluded, "I am no more prepared to say that these early stages represent an incomplete human being than I would be to say that the child prior to the dramatic effects of puberty ... is not a human being."
and what comes between the ... in the statement above. Forgive me for being so mistrustful, but the pro-lie penchant is to spin everything they spew. I have also noted that Bongiovanni's credits are in glandular research. He is not qualified to make such profound statements...and a weasley statement at that..."I am not prepared to say..." Doesnt get more wishy washy than that.