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Old 28-03-2020, 03:18 PM
an liathroid beag an liathroid beag is offline
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The only sense I can make of this is that you are trying to put all the big words you know into one post in the hopes that it will make you sound clever.

It doesnt...
Are words failing you?
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Old 29-03-2020, 09:43 PM
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Abortion in Ireland is in practice only available up to 12 weeks. The vast majority of these abortions do not require surgery.
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Old 18-04-2020, 03:49 PM
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Only pointing out that your choice of language sanitizes the bloody reality of abortion. I totally accept that I live in a country where abortion is legal but I will never accept that the killing of the unborn on demand without serious medical reasons is right.

You appear to have difficulty in understanding the rationale of people who do not share your view point and who have serious reservations with regard to the on demand killing of pre natal babies.
You apparently found it incomprehensible that a pro life poster would refuse to have her baby delivered by an abortionist
You also found it condensendingly incomprehensible that pro life voters could vote selectively to terminate the political careers of the most vocal pro abortion politicans. (Surely they could not be than intelligent? )

You must also find it totally incomprehensible that somebody would sacrifice a promising career for her pro life views (Lucinda Creighton)

I would be very uncomfortable, if I was a pro life woman who had lost a much wanted baby in a miscarriage and you were my counsellor,
Have not looked at this thread with a while, but refreshing to see one of the Procs illuminati being illuminated.
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Old 28-05-2020, 05:40 PM
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One of my close friends back home had her first baby a month ago, 4 weeks premature. She had been informed that the baby had a fatal foetal abnormality with its heart and would not survive. She was informed of her options. She decided that she would not have her baby killed. 4 weeks later the baby is thriving and now the "experts" tell her that by September the baby should strong enough that they will be able to perform surgery to repair the mitral valve. Lucky little girl to have such a courageous mother.
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Old 28-05-2020, 07:20 PM
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One of my close friends back home had her first baby a month ago, 4 weeks premature. She had been informed that the baby had a fatal foetal abnormality with its heart and would not survive. She was informed of her options. She decided that she would not have her baby killed. 4 weeks later the baby is thriving and now the "experts" tell her that by September the baby should strong enough that they will be able to perform surgery to repair the mitral valve. Lucky little girl to have such a courageous mother.
If she was told that she should report to the medical counsel.

It would be extremely negligent for any professional to tell her that.

Generally a consultant will advise that the abnormality may be fatal, and the baby may not survive, but not that it is and they won't.

Great news for your friend though.
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If she was told that she should report to the medical counsel.

It would be extremely negligent for any professional to tell her that.

Generally a consultant will advise that the abnormality may be fatal, and the baby may not survive, but not that it is and they won't.

Great news for your friend though.
Waste of time, the Docs will have given the prognosis that in their opinion the baby would not survive.
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