Arizona and Louisiana have similar measures to ban human-animal hybrids. George W. Bush used his 2006 State of the Union to call for a ban of these imaginary creatures. And now Georgia.
Alan at Liberaland notes, “Georgia State Rep. Tom Kirby is fighting the good fight against human-jellyfish hybrids.”
The Washington Post reports:
There are a lot of matters facing Georgia’s General Assembly this session. Thanks to state Rep. Tom Kirby, the question of human-animal hybrids is one of them.
Kirby (R) recently introduced a measure that would make it a misdemeanor “for any person or entity to intentionally or knowingly create or attempt to create an in vitro hybrid human-animal embryo” in Georgia, or to “transfer an in vitro human embryo into the womb of a nonhuman or to transfer an in vitro nonhuman embryo into the womb of a human.”
It might seem like a weird priority for a state legislature to take up. As it turns out, it’s one of four issues Kirby highlighted in his reelection campaign.
“The mixing of Human Embryos with Jellyfish cells to create a glow in the dark human,” his 2014 campaign Web site reads, “we say not in Georgia.”…
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback (R) introduced a bill while in the Senate in 2009 that would have banned human-animal hybrids. The bill, which didn’t make it out of committee, said that hybrids were “grossly unethical because they blur the line between human and animal, male and female, parent and child, and one individual and another individual.”
The bill was roundly mocked by Brownback’s opponents as an attempt to ban “mermaids” and “centaurs” from America.
According to Politico, Brownback’s measure was based on a proposal from Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R). Jindal’s ban passed.
IKR? Just because these imaginary creatures don’t exist, doesn’t mean they might not in the future. Also, CYLONS and what about vampires and centaurs? That could totally happen any minute now. Be afraid. Be very afraid, just in case one of them grabs you and transports you to their glow-in-the-dark world, forcing you to have half-glow children. And they might not even be Christian Jellyfish people.
Let’s ban Bigfoot, too, just in case. You can never be too careful. But if the creatures glowed in Red, White and Blue, that would be different.
I’m so glad Republicans are all over these abominations that doesn’t exist.
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