Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Woodworth's Wank: The Vote

Woodyworth's Wank was defeated.
A motion to study the Criminal Code's definition of when human life begins was defeated in the House of Commons Wednesday night.

Members of Parliament voted 203 to 91 against Motion 312, sponsored by Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth.
Not the crushing defeat we were hoping for. But defeated, nonetheless.

More maybe tomorrow. Now to decompress.

MORE: How they voted, alphabetically.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

And the minister for the status of women, Rona Ambrose, voted in favour of the motion. What an embarrassment.

Anonymous said...

Though relieved it's over and defeated, I am horrified that so many MPs voted yea to M312. Stupid me, I actually thought with the Liberals losing a bunch of fetus-fetishing GTA MPs last election* and Elizabeth May losing the nuance the bullshit debate was a non-starter. Thank the goddess the NDP hold so many seats and seem to have a grip on human rights 101.

Time to target fetus fetishing backbenchers (Ben Lobb I'm looking at you...you got elected because the voters of Huron-Bruce got tired of Paul Steckle's social conservative wingnuttery and you will be replaced next election).

Hidden agenda is out in the open.

k'in

Anonymous said...

*re: previous post...am gobsmacked that so many Liberal voters on twitter claim they will never, ever vote Liberal again. They are either very young, or have short memories.

k'in

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