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They drove their car in to a group of people how was that accidental?! What the fuck?! Although this does seem to be the prosecution's fault, pushing for premeditated murder rather than manslaughter. Either way i would have them all shot (including the jury of reprobates).

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By far the worst tragedy of the whole event, and the humility and honor the boy's father has shown, urging for calm and forgiveness is truely humbling
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» Thu Jul 26, 2012 9:03 pm «Top

PostRe: Politics by RubberJonny

A woman in Ireland was denied an abortion that would have saved her life.
Savita Halappanavar was refused an abortion of the fetus that was dying and poisoning her body because it still had a heartbeat. As the heartbeat faded, the abortion was granted but it was too late. Savita died shortly afterwards of septicemia, and E Coli infection.

Irish doctors allegedly told Savita “This is a Catholic country” when she asked for an abortion for the pregnancy she was miscarrying to avoid further complications. After 3 days of blinding pain, shaking, vomiting and passing out, she again asked for the abortion that would have saved her life and she was again refused.
This makes me sick.
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» Fri Nov 16, 2012 8:48 am «Top

PostRe: Politics by Jasperman

RubberJonny wrote:A woman in Ireland was denied an abortion that would have saved her life.
Savita Halappanavar was refused an abortion of the fetus that was dying and poisoning her body because it still had a heartbeat. As the heartbeat faded, the abortion was granted but it was too late. Savita died shortly afterwards of septicemia, and E Coli infection.

Irish doctors allegedly told Savita “This is a Catholic country” when she asked for an abortion for the pregnancy she was miscarrying to avoid further complications. After 3 days of blinding pain, shaking, vomiting and passing out, she again asked for the abortion that would have saved her life and she was again refused.
This makes me sick.


Agreed I had a massive debate with some religious guy there a few weeks ago (on my friends FB wall to annoy him :P ) as a bit of a joke. But seriously those people are weird being honest itll prob be legalised in the coming months due to the story above.
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» Fri Nov 16, 2012 10:32 am «Top

PostRe: Politics by AngryCrocodile

It's technically legal in Ireland (I think since 1982-ish), as long as the Mother's life is in danger. So in the above scenario she should of been given an abortion. However, the law isn't exactly that well written iirc, I think the main movement in Ireland is to get greater clarity in the law.
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» Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:28 am «Top

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AngryCrocodile wrote:It's technically legal in Ireland (I think since 1982-ish), as long as the Mother's life is in danger. So in the above scenario she should of been given an abortion. However, the law isn't exactly that well written iirc, I think the main movement in Ireland is to get greater clarity in the law.

Yes its more about clarity but the uncertainty is just as bad as having a law against it. Therefore they need to remove the "only if the mother is in danger of dying" and its possible that "Ah she'll get over it" will work in every case. Its clarity rather than anything. Personally I think it should be legalised and left at that (and undercut english prices and suddenly economy bounces back due to abortions ;) )
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» Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:57 am «Top

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AngryCrocodile wrote: (and undercut english prices and suddenly economy bounces back due to abortions ;) )


Was going to make a joke about potatoes, but I thought that'd be racist. Also Potatoes, lol.
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» Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:59 am «Top

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its not just that this unfortuantely woman died because of the unclarity of the law..

its the attitude of the health professionals who looked after her and delt with the family afterwards.

"its a catholic country" is never an excuse to greiving families.
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» Fri Nov 16, 2012 12:04 pm «Top

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Chef wrote:its not just that this unfortuantely woman died because of the unclarity of the law..

its the attitude of the health professionals who looked after her and delt with the family afterwards.

"its a catholic country" is never an excuse to greiving families.


Id agree especially since the negative impact the catholic church has caused.

Its disgraceful that there is uncertainty!
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RubberJonny wrote:Google: Take Action
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