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FairstoodtheWind

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One horrible Dolly Parton fan this.

 

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The lists of honour .... and shame. (Thanks to ProLife Campaign).

It's fitting that the party allegiances are excluded because, when the bell tolls, none will be able to claim the defence of "following orders".

Voted against abortion
Butler, Mary
Canney, Seán
Collins, Michael
Fitzmaurice, Michael
Fitzpatrick, Peter
Grealish, Noel
Healy-Rae, Danny
Healy-Rae, Michael
Lowry, Michael
MacSharry, Marc
McGrath, Mattie
McGuinness, John
Nolan, Carol
Ó Cuív, Éamon
Tóibín, Peadar

Voted for abortion at Final Stage in Dáil
Bailey, Maria
Barry, Mick
Boyd Barrett, Richard
Brady, John
Brassil, John
Broughan, Thomas P
Browne, James
Bruton, Richard
Burke, Peter
Burton, Joan
Byrne, Catherine
Byrne, Thomas
Calleary, Dara
Cannon, Ciarán
Carey, Joe
Cassells, Shane
Chambers, Jack
Chambers, Lisa
Collins, Joan
Connolly, Catherine
Coppinger, Ruth
Corcoran Kennedy, Marcella
Coveney, Simon
Cullinane, David
D’Arcy, Michael
Daly, Clare
Doherty, Pearse
Donnelly, Stephen
Dooley, Timmy
Doyle, Andrew
Durkan, Bernard
Ellis, Dessie
English, Damien
Ferris, Martin
Fitzgerald, Frances
Harris, Simon
Harty, Michael
Healy, Seamus
Heydon, Martin
Humphreys, Heather
Kelleher, Billy
Kelly, Alan
Kenny, Gino
Kenny, Martin
Kyne, Seán
Lahart, John
Lawless, James
Madigan, Josepha
Martin, Catherine
Martin, Micheál
McDonald, Mary Lou
McEntee, Helen
McGrath, Finian
McGrath, Michael
McHugh, Joe
McLoughlin, Tony
Mitchell O’Connor, Mary
Mitchell, Denise
Munster, Imelda
Murphy, Catherine
Murphy, Eoghan
Murphy, Paul
Neville, Tom
Noonan, Michael
O’Brien, Darragh
O’Brien, Jonathan
O’Callaghan, Jim
O’Connell, Kate
O’Dowd, Fergus
O’Loughlin, Fiona
O’Reilly, Louise
O’Sullivan, Maureen
Ó Broin, Eoin
Ó Caoláin, Caoimhghín
Ó Laoghaire, Donnchadh
Ó Snodaigh, Aengus
Pringle, Thomas
Quinlivan, Maurice
Rabbitte, Anne
Ring, Michael
Rock, Noel
Ross, Shane
Sherlock, Sean
Shortall, Róisín
Smith, Bríd
Stanley, Brian
Stanton, David.
Troy, Robert
Varadkar, Leo
Wallace, Mick

Abstained in Final Stage vote on abortion
Aylward, Bobby
Breathnach, Declan
Cahill, Jackie
Casey, Pat
Curran, John
Haughey, Seán
McConalogue, Charlie
Moynihan, Aindrias
Murphy O’Mahony, Margaret
Murphy, Eugene
O’Rourke, Frank
Scanlon, Eamon
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Thirty-one members of Fianna Fáil, including deputy leader Dara Calleary and the party’s finance spokesman Michael McGrath, participated in a photocall in Dublin’s Merrion Square on Tuesday afternoon urging voters to oppose the proposition to remove the Eighth Amendment.

The photograph that now exemplifies everything that is wrong with Irish politics and politicians.
 

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The complete turnaround in attitude and his intolerance clearly indicates that he was either lying then or is lying now.

He has not just recanted what he previously claimed were deeply-held principles, he has become almost evangelical is his support for abortion. Add to this the fact that he is venomous in his reaction to his supposed erstwhile fellow travellers in the pro-life movement.
If, at some stage in the past, he believed that the killing of an unborn child was wrong, why is he so uncompromising with those who still hold that position?
 

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Cui bono? He's owned by someone who's in this for the moolah.

There's a vid on some thread about FG's connections with Evofem (?), a company that ply their trade in the cult of death.
 

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They have won myriads of Irish fetal corpses.
You'd wonder what have we become as a people when this legislation is welcomed as 'awesome' and women are twittering that they want to sleep with Simon Harris for giving them 'bodily autonomy'. It's unprecedented in a so-called civilised society that people are actually rejoicing about this, and will weep for puppies abandoned at Christmas.

Prayers offered for the unborn at all Masses today; too late I'm afraid.

 

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I'm not sure if it's unprecedented? We could examine other civilisations and probably conclude that they all eventually succumbed to decadence and apathy - for another thread perhaps. In this country it's happened at a faster pace than most. Beggars on horseback.

Love or loath him, Ronan Mullen summed it up well - future generations will come to rue May 25, 2018.

In a way, I'm glad O'Connell gloated and sneered (along with the other ghoul). It's on vid for everyone to see, and whilst things are all sweet right now for them, things will change, and attitudes will change - future generations may not look too kindly on crude political cock a snooking.
Type of thing you see in the playground, not amongst adults discussing a particularly macabre topic!
 
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