NEVER AGAIN. Protest for Savita's Laws November 21, 2012 6:00pm



Ramon Mercadar

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No, you and others in the 'choice' movement are. You don't care about her, you care about having abortion on demand in Ireland and you are hijacking her case to push a long-standing agenda.
So Savitas father supports the campaign for X Case legislation and hes not exploiting Savitas death. We support the same legislation but we are exploiting Savitas death.

Logic isn't your strong point.
 

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NEVER AGAIN. Protest for Savita's Laws

Join us and stand together for the introduction of Savita's Laws.

Dail, Kildare Street, Wednesday, November 21, 2012 6:00pm

This campaign has been set up in the wake of the unnecessary death of a woman, Savita Halappanavar, in an Irish hospital in the year 2012, after being denied an abortion she repeatedly requested. Its purpose is to ensure the changing of Ireland's abortion laws to ensure that this never happens again to another woman in Ireland; to never again deny a woman of her agency in her own health decisions.


Civil and criminal law has no place in any pregnant woman's healthcare. Politicians and legislators can never be in a position to decide what is best for any and all pregnant women in Ireland. The people to make the best decisions on what is right for any given pregnant woman's health in any situation are that pregnant woman and her medical team. No longer can legislators be allowed in the operating room and given veto power over medical decisions made by doctors and patients. No other healthcare treatment is subject to such dangerous political interference, and abortion should not be either.

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This place should be re-named Abortioncentral.ie.

FFS.
 

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It will be well into 2013 before this any decision will be made on legislating for the x case. Just as well because by then some of the heat will be gone out of the situation and cooler heads will prevail.
 

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I'm glad we have another abortion thread. The site needed it.
 

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Savita's father calls for change to Ireland's abortion laws - Hindustan Times

SAvitas father supports change in Abortion Laws. Is he exploiting her death?
I've read the full protest description on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/events/118243648335734/) and this protest is for abortion on demand. Is that what Savita's father wants?

If not, then you are shamelessley exploiting her death to further an abortion on demand agenda.

You don't give a damn about Savita and her family, just admit it. All you are interested in is exploiting a personal tragedy for all it's worth.
 

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It will be well into 2013 before this any decision will be made on legislating for the x case. Just as well because by then some of the heat will be gone out of the situation and cooler heads will prevail.
Nope, the X Case ruling will be implemented.
 

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NEVER AGAIN. Protest for Savita's Laws

Join us and stand together for the introduction of Savita's Laws.

Dail, Kildare Street, Wednesday, November 21, 2012 6:00pm

This campaign has been set up in the wake of the unnecessary death of a woman, Savita Halappanavar, in an Irish hospital in the year 2012, after being denied an abortion she repeatedly requested. Its purpose is to ensure the changing of Ireland's abortion laws to ensure that this never happens again to another woman in Ireland; to never again deny a woman of her agency in her own health decisions.


Civil and criminal law has no place in any pregnant woman's healthcare. Politicians and legislators can never be in a position to decide what is best for any and all pregnant women in Ireland. The people to make the best decisions on what is right for any given pregnant woman's health in any situation are that pregnant woman and her medical team. No longer can legislators be allowed in the operating room and given veto power over medical decisions made by doctors and patients. No other healthcare treatment is subject to such dangerous political interference, and abortion should not be either.

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We'll you're gonna need a referendum for that. Because the Constitution recognises the right to life of the unborn.
 

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I've read the full protest description on Facebook (NEVER AGAIN. Protest for Savita's Laws | Facebook) and this protest is for abortion on demand. Is that what Savita's father wants?

If not, then you are shamelessley exploiting her death to further an abortion on demand agenda.

You don't give a damn about Savita and her family, just admit it. All you are interested in is exploiting it for all it's worth.
Ain't that the truth...
 

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Ah look! Another thread on Savita.
 

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We'll you're gonna need a referendum for that. Because the Constitution recognises the right to life of the unborn.
The X Case ruling provides for abortion where a womans life is at risk.

Anything further than that would require a new referendu.
 

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