Before, all he wanted was to claim that women in the 1880s were "more free" than women today--than, for example, the character Carrie Bradshaw played by Sarah Jessica Parker in "Sex and the City."
Now--well, read for yourself:
Marginal Revolution: Bryan Caplan's cloning confession: I confess that I take anti-cloning arguments personally. Not only do they insult the identical twin sons I already have; they insult a son I hope I live to meet. Yes, I wish to clone myself and raise the baby as my son. Seriously. I want to experience the sublime bond I'm sure we'd share. I'm confident that he'd be delighted, too, because I would love to be raised by me. I'm not pushing others to clone themselves. I'm not asking anyone else to pay for my dream. I just want government to leave me and the cloning business alone. Is that too much to ask?...
He wants to take the genes of the mother of his children out of the baby she is carrying and substitute his own genes in their place.
Wow. Just wow.