That was almost civil! Thank you.And you have some cheek to be speaking of civility given your sectarian insults about religious people, your insults against pro-lifers and your crazed insults against disabled people. And then you run around and pretend that I've broken some covenant on politeness? I'm not having that, son. You can take your sectarian viciousness to the roof for all I care. It's how the internet ticks, I'm long acclimatised to it. But don't be flabbergasted that you get a few choice words in return nevertheless. The internet also rolls like that.
There's no real "12 week limit", it's full term essentially based on "mental health" grounds similar to the carnage Britain has. "12 weeks" is useful to the regime in pretending that there's some sort of restriction on it. But doctors are not going to refuse abortions when approached; that's the eventual realpolitik of this. It's all championed by FG austerity vampires, Soros and the O'Brien media and that should tell us all we need to know about where all this is going. Nor is there an intrinsic moral difference between a child at an early stage of gestation and a child asleep in the crib. The 8th amendment which values and saves both lives if is practical to do so. It even uses the word 'practical'. So women's lives are never jeopardised under the two patient approach if the 8th amendment is actually followed.
I don't use the ignore button. I'm happy and relaxed to correct any mistruths coming from you. Indeed, I'm morally obliged to do so. Countering abortion propaganda is my small way of helping both mothers and children.
If you keep this up we may actually be able to have a dialogue, despite our opposing views.
I welcome your efforts.
And if you continue to be this civil then I'm "happy and relaxed" to politely correct any mistruths
coming from you too. Detente and adult discourse is always so much better than war isn't it?
You are right of course, our witterings on PI are certainly not what will decide this.
You are wrong however as regards the 8th amendment saving lives.
It merely displaces them geographically and penalises poorer women asymmetrically.
In fact as history has shown, if anything the legal uncertainty around the 8th coupled with medical people's paranoia over potential legal problems and staff members with religious views will contribute to added inertia in certain time critical situations hence further unnecessary deaths of fully developed humans in our hospitals a la Savita , as will any medical complications from foreign abortions not being reported or treated here due to the climate of stigma and legal uncertainty.