Wow, I love the definition of human life beginning at conception in that one....
Oh dearie me. And what would Henry Morgentaler ever think of this?And, yes, I am posting this so I can sit back and watch you not figure this one out on your own.
What's your point, Twatsy? You do have a point, don't you? Or did you just stop by to troll for readers again?
Oh, absolutely, I have a point. And I'm not shocked you didn't figure this one out.Bill C-537 would protect the right of doctors to refuse to perform abortions for moral, religious, or ethical reasons.Meanwhile, Henry Morgentaler himself reportedly refused to perform many late-term abortions because he judged them to be unethical. According to himself, he also set that as official policy for his clinics -- women seeking late-term abortions who did not need them for health reasons were instead counselled to put the child up for adoption.Meanwhile, the CPSO is setting new guidelines that would strip doctors like Henry Morgentaler of their medical licenses if they refused to perform abortions.In fact, Morgentaler insists that he opposes any move to regulate late-term abortion because he insists it would be unnecessary -- doctors are allegedly regulating themselves on this matter.Now, the CPSO is moving to remove the ability of doctors to regulate themselves as Morgentaler insists they will.So, frankly, it's just another reason why Bill C-537 is necessary. After all, you do support choice, don't you?(By the way, keep in mind that I do know the correct answer to that last question, and I will answer it correctly for you if you ever-so-typically try to lie.)
I am amused that you feel we absolutely need C-537 to protect doctors who are, well, not currently in any danger of censure if old Doc Mogentaler is to be believed as you say.I support choice, just not the right of someone else to force theirs on me.
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