Re: Should this woman be habitually locked up?Feb 14th, 2011
In Canada less than 1% of abortions happen after the age of viability, and of those, the reason is sometimes because the pregnancy isn't viable, ie., the mother's health has deteriorated to the point where it could kill her, or the baby is brain dead, etc. , making the number of viable babies aborted that way very slim. Do I agree with it? Hell no. Am I willing to stop a mother whose life DOES depend on getting an abortion from getting one, because of less than 1% of abortions? No.
So long as abortion remains a valid medical necessity for some women, and they have a government protected right to receive it without protestors barring their way, this woman is flouting valid law.
The entire point is that this woman is NOT " barring their way", she is merely having a say..........and that makes the law completely invalid.