Today, reports emerged that Conservative MP Mark Warawa will not to appeal his right to make motions in Parliament to the Speaker of the House. This is unfortunate, and Mr. Warawa has good cause to reconsider.
[np_storybar title=”Kelly McParland: The anti-abortion case against Mark Warawa and his rebellious MPs” link=”http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2013/04/05/kelly-mcparland-the-anti-abortion-case-against-mark-warawa-and-his-rebellious-mps/”]I’m 100 percent behind Mark Warawa’s effort to raise a discussion on sex-selection abortion. If you could be more than 100 percent, I would be.
Abortion is about ending life; ending a life because you happen to favour boys over girls adds an extra layer of horror to what is already a tragedy, and to Canada’s refusal to even discuss legislating a legal regimen to deal with it.
However, I also appreciate the box Stephen Harper is in. I doubt very much that the Prime Minister is personally supportive of abortion, however you couch the terminology.
The issue is whether…
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