Just found this story on the BBC Website, apparently scientists have been interviewing identical twins about there feelings of individuality. The twins said being genetically identical to another person didn't make them feel less individual, therefore clones probably would feel the same.
This bothers me as the sample of twins interviewed is very small anyway (the post title is a link to the article if you'd like to know more.) I also don't think identical twins would feel the same about each other as a clone would feel about the person they were cloned from and vice versa. I mean a clone comes from a lab not a woman for one thing, that's got to make you feel differently and not like an identical twin
There has been much debate over this subject and whether it's right or wrong, and if this is an attempt to make it seem right it's a very poor one in my opinion. I don't think whole humans should be cloned, though growing replacemnet organs that exactly match the recipients Genetics can't be a bad thing if it ever becomes possible.