If you cloned yourself, what rights would you expect your other self to have?

January 3, 2009 10:35am CST
I was wondering if cloning comes to be a reality that people embrace, what rights and so forth would clones have? Would there be a clone rights movement? Would you have to give half of all of your possessions to your clone? Would all of your property become half theirs? Would there be clone pride parades? Clone Day? Would they get unemployment, medicare, medicaid, retirement? Would you be responsible if they killed somebody, robbed a bank, or blew up a bridge? If they won the lottery would you get the money or would they? If they got somebody pregnant, would you be held responsible as a parent? Could you force then to work while you go live on an island paradise somewhere? Isn’t that slavery? I was just curious.
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• United States
3 Jan 09
hi coolmailraj...one of me is enough for the world thank you. hehe
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• India
4 Jan 09
But you can't be at all the places at the same time.
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@suzzy3 (8357)
3 Jan 09
To weird to think about.Another me around.To strange to think about.When someone is brought into the world they should have a personallity of their own and the same rights as anybody else has to control another person would be so wrong,thats what I think anyway.xx
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