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Desc:Personhood advocate explains why its okay to execute murderous abortion havers (hint: cus the Bible)
Category:News & Politics, Religious
Tags:Bible, Abortion, execution, death penalty, personhood
Submitted:Aress
Date:12/24/11
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Comment count is 22
Xenocide - 2011-12-24
This guy is just thrilled with the idea of putting people to death. He is ALL about putting people to death over here.
Aress - 2011-12-24
A little more context for the law they're talking about: Enyart is a proponent of Personhood law which would define human life as beginning at fertilization (not birth). So women who have abortions under Personhood law, or use birth control to stop the process, or any Doctors or "accessories" are murderers he wants to put to death.

He doesn't want to put the women who had legal abortions earlier to death though. That would make him some kind of crazy extremist!

More about Enyart on Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Enyart
kingarthur - 2011-12-24
We had a personhood amendment in Mississippi this recent election round and it didn't pass. In Mississippi. Of course, several of our legislators have vowed to try and pass a personhood law legislatively, so we'll see how long we can keep from becoming even more of a third world backwater than we already are.
Ocyrus - 2011-12-25
If they do, you're state will simply continue to lose out economically, just like with the undocumented immigrant law...
You should leave there before they kill you for speaking your mind.

kingarthur - 2011-12-25
Dude, I would totally leave but the fact of the matter is that Mississippi has tons of economic issues that make people stay: as in, you can be too poor to afford to move.

Binro the Heretic - 2011-12-24
Guys like this are so fucking jealous of the Taliban.

They want that same power and authority so much, they could cry.
cognitivedissonance - 2011-12-24
So, would it be legal to abort a corporation? I'm so confused.
pastorofmuppets - 2011-12-24
Yes, but for various technical reasons, not a DOS program.

hammsangwich - 2011-12-24
FYI, that number is still active. I left him a drunken message. Ya I'm drunk at 5pm, it's my birthday.
TeenerTot - 2011-12-24
Many happy returns.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2011-12-24
Depending on the time zone...


...is that you, Jesus?

Xenocide - 2011-12-24
People with Christmas birthdays have more right than anyone else to get drunk today. Especially Jesus.


Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2011-12-24
Maybe through a subtle form of trolling we could convince this guy that personhood should start with sperm. Men would be responsible for on average 85 million murders a day. That would be hilarious!

Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2011-12-24
Wait. Double that figure! the one I looked up was per testicle!

TeenerTot - 2011-12-24
So I guess then any woman who has a miscarriage will have to be charged with manslaughter.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2011-12-24
Depends on how "uppity" they are, which is the sure sign of a murderer in need of execution.

Hay Belly - 2011-12-24
If you make something punishable by death no one will do it!
pastorofmuppets - 2011-12-24
...twice

Sanest Man Alive - 2011-12-24
"Personhood", is that what they're calling it now?
Sanest Man Alive - 2011-12-24
And by "it" I of course mean phimosis.

Toenails - 2011-12-25
He can actually see how stupid his argument is around the 3 minute mark when he tries to make an analogy.
memedumpster - 2011-12-25
God loves him some terrorists.
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