Have actually offered plenty, but, alas, one often cannot expect those blind to just immediately be able to see, the deaf to hear, not so high wattage bulbs in the pack just suddenly to become bright. Guess you missed the 9th and 10th Amendment rights points, eh? Might consider a visit to an optometrist, check for sufficient diopter strength, then you may see how these 9th and 10th previously mentioned points show the Constitution provides for and allows the people, and the states' governments, rights that I hazard would not be long neglected, would quickly move to provide prudent legislation restricting humans from being allowed to freely, premeditatedly, butcher their innocent fellows.
One would hope we are all for maintaining our civilization, no need to head heedlessly down that path of chaos.
Straw man, huh... you audaciously assert that the Constitution only allows for born persons... let me, again, cut and paste what you said as you are doing your very best to boogie upwind from the fact that you said it, " "Under the constitution, a human is not a "person" until it is born." You have yet nothing to back that up within our Constitution...and now you are saying I am using a straw man because I called you on it.
Then, you keep asserting this folly as if you had actually provided evidence that proved it... kinda cheeky, does this tactic generally work for you, does it?
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