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Primetime- are the irish people being railroaded into a pro abortion regime...

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It appears that the professor who is charged with investigating the matter is a pro-choice, abortion supporter.

He will obviously conclude that any complication of pregnancy can be prevented by killing the unborn baby!
Beyond idiotic!
 


DeTroika

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Has anyone got an automated call from a certain Doctor from Galway saying that womens lifes at risk are always protected. Really bizarre was reading the article on the Journal.ie and just then got the call. By the way the Doctor mentioned is Pro-life so it now appears that that lobby is kicking off even if it cold calling elderly people at home!
 

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How is this thread about Primetime? How is it different from any of the other abortion threads?
 

The OD

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No, but all those people who were driven out of this country by successive governments, including the current government, will spend time living in countries like America, Australia, The UK, Canada and all the other usual suspects when people take voluntary exile will return (hopefully they will return) and realize that something has to give on this issue.

People like Kenny and Gilmore are small people, with no vision, no courage and no backbone. Any change to the law, any clarification will have to be brought in by those who have the courage of their convictions, whether that leads to full abortion on demand or a limited form in certain cases is irrelevant, it will come in in some form.

This won't have any real bearing on this happening.

Nevertheless, we see yet another thread about abortion, it's f*cking boring. We don't know what happened down in Galway yet everyone is suddenly using the case to highlight how the 'other side' is using the case to show how the 'other side' is using the case to show how the 'other side' is......ad naseum.

Bunch of f*cking heartless, opportunists ************************ers on both sides.
 

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They've a handy word for consultation with the people and that's called a referendum. All the implications of the referendum result were thrashed out ad nauseum before it was put to the people and still they rejected it. (The substantive issue of a ban on suicide as grounds for abortion.)



The honest thing to do would be to legislate on the SC ruling that happened 20 years ago.
49% of Irish people accepted the last proposal, of the 51% that rejected it a sizable proportion were pro life.

It would be dishonest to legislate for abortion on demand until the people have been consulted.
 

Eoin Coir

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Pro choice lobby see this as a tide to be taken at the flow, which may lead on better and bigger things. Maybe Yeats " Blood dimmed Tide is loosed" might be more appropriate ?
 

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49% of Irish people accepted the last proposal, of the 51% that rejected it a sizable proportion were pro life.

It would be dishonest to legislate for abortion on demand until the people have been consulted.
Those pro-lifers who voted No will have only the,selves to blame when X is legislated for.

I hope Dana will be asked to explain herself
 

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That sanctimonious dishonest pompous twat with the beads around her neck denying reality looked a prime candidate for retroactive legislation to me.
 

Eoin Coir

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What's not debatable is that we rejected the explicit proposal of the 1992 referendum with regard to the ban on suicide as grounds for abortion and that successive governments failed to legislate on the matter despite calls from the judiciary and the ECHR to legislate.
The 2002 abortion was a botch job with a whole package of measures effectively thrown in together in legislation but that too was rejected.
The fact that there has been no legislative attempt is what should concern us. That's what politicians are there for in their capacity as legislators.
No more excuses.
This whole angle of 'opinions have changed' smacks of sour grapes and in reality, neither here nor there. i.e. legislation is mandatory.
Michael Martin was minister for health that time, it was a botched job, but presented a real opportunity to rectify the position.
Anyone hear the arrogance of Marc McSharry on late debate, his party and his dad gave us the disaster of 1983 amendment. Haughey came up with wording a few days before leaving office in 1992.
 

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Watching VB - absolutely no pro-life or non pro-abortion people on - wow - we really are being rail roaded into abortion.

Ivana must be buying the Champagne already!
 

Eoin Coir

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Watching VB - absolutely no pro-life or non pro-abortion people on - wow - we really are being rail roaded into abortion.

Ivana must be buying the Champagne already!
and she using Higgins for leverage, he is a disgrace giving a veto the husband of this lady who died.
 

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As the experts say, WE DO NOT KNOW THE FACTS..... and yet we have been subjected to days of people who claim to have all the facts.

What we are witnessing is a stitch up by the irish liberal agenda and the pro abortion lobby.


How many irish lay people ever got a veto on a irish "investigation" board either ?
|Yes, the Irish are being railroaded in abortion. That is how nearly every country introduced abortion.
 


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