Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Ontario’s Top Political Leaders Pledge Support So Morgentaler Abortuary Can Quickly Kill (More) Babies

Yesterday, we reported on the news item about wait times for legalized child-killing [aka abortion] in Canada’s capital city.

Today we hear from the leaders of the three top political parties in Ontario.

Gee, that was quick—but predictable in response.

All three, including a "good" Catholic premier, unquestionably favour killing womb children whenever the mother chooses and decry this injustice of having to wait for this "front-line" health procedure.

Voters in Ontario truly concerned about justice and human rights obviously need to shop for new parties.

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Leaders promise action on abortion waiting times

The Ottawa Citizen

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Party leaders responded yesterday to a Citizen story that said Ottawa has the longest wait times for abortion in the country.

The story reported yesterday that while the average wait in Canada is two weeks, women in Ottawa wait for about four weeks, and sometimes up to six.

At a campaign stop yesterday, Premier Dalton McGuinty said increased hospital funding will eventually provide easier access to abortion. "I fully support a woman's right to choose, No. 1," Mr. McGuinty said. "No. 2, we have provided an additional $9 billion by way of new investments in health care."

Conservative leader John Tory said the Ottawa abortion wait time issue reflects a lack of leadership by the premier.

"Wait times for many procedures in Ottawa are not only below recommended Ontario government levels, but also behind provincial averages. This is unacceptable for the second largest city in the province and shocking given Ottawa is the home of the premier," he said.

Maron Nader, a spokeswoman for NDP leader Howard Hampton, called abortion services a "front-line" health procedure. She accused the McGuinty government of following too narrow a focus with its wait time strategy, saying all Ontarians deserve fair access to health care.


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