If Amendment 62 passes, it would make removing a diseased ovary illegal. Worse, a doctor who performs such a lifesaving surgery would be punished for murder.Looks like Grossman wasn't paying much attention in his eighth grade health class if he thinks the biological development of a human being starts as a human egg. If that's the case then women would reproduce asexually.
Here is what the proposed Amendment 62 says: "Person defined. As used in sections 3, 6, and 25 of Article II of the state constitution, the term 'person' shall apply to every human being from the beginning of the biological development of that human being."
Anyone who graduated from an eighth-grade health class knows that the start of the biological development is the human egg, and girls are born with all the eggs that their ovaries will ever contain. So removing an ovary - even if diseased - would mean the removal of thousands of "persons."
Monday, October 25, 2010
Abortionist Richard Grossman needs to retake 8th grade biology
Colorado abortionist Richard Grossman (who previously claimed "When a woman says a fetus is a person, I think it is one. I believe the woman empowers the fetus," is one of those "the world is overpopulated" types and is somehow employed at a Catholic hospital) has an editorial in the Durango Herald against Colorado's most recent person amendment. In it he claims: