I'm interested in saving both lives if, as the 8th amendments states, it is medically practical to do. I'm not some volitile weirdo that rejects consistency and tries to hustle away the humanity of a baby for inconsistent reasons or to troll Christians. People aren't expendable whatever age they may happen to be.
This law is by degree similar to the British system with its full term "mental health" provisions. And the restrictions there can be cast by the wayside by any future regime; politicians here flipflop 180 degree and in-your-face-kinda-way on several vital issues. That's why this stuff is going to be voted down if the pro-life campaign work is done.
Of course I'm not a racist. To be a racist would be to base all value judgements on race. And I certainly don't do that. Strictly speaking, Margaret Thatcher was of the same race as me (though some might argue that she was not human at all). His Excellency Robert Mugabe is clearly of a different race to me. Does that mean that I would feel closer to that vile subhuman creature Thatcher than to His Excellency. Obviously not.
In fairness, I thought there'd be violence given that this is the big year. It's been like that when it was in Dublin. (The R4L has traditionally alternated between Dublin & Belfast) I'm glad there wasn't with kids in proximity.