I made a comment on a very widely used and understood phrase to do with pregnancies and the necessity in cases to have a choice of abortion. If you cant understand the term, then you really should do more research and understand what is actually going on. I’m not here to hold your hand and explain very simple terms and language used commonly. The fact that you need explaining on what is a non viable pregnancy shows your very basic lack of knowledge on these matters.
Its not a weak angle, its my opinion. You have yours. It would not be a choice I’d make, and I also do not believe that it is a choice many would make as under the proposed legislation it would fall outside of the legalities of doing so. I would not agree with parents who would make the decision to do so. However I do believe the option of abortion should be available as it is a necessity in a lot of cases and if a pregnancy is going to be terminated, it will happen whether is here or in England. We should be doing what we can to ensure the right medical support is here for those who feel they have to do so.
Also, what has not been discussed much is the necessity of removing the 8th amendment in its current guise due to the danger it poses to wanted pregnancies that during pregnancy or later on during birth when complications occur. Medical practitioners are caught under the legislation to treat both mother and child in the womb as equal, and thereby causing greater risk to the mother carrying the child. If a complication arose, most partners if faced with a horrible choice of who to ensure is given priority would always pick the mother, however this question under the current legislation cannot be asked and doctors are forced to work on both equally, even though it could put the mothers life at risk. The above has nothing to do with abortions, but has everything to do with the 8th amendment and is currently affecting every wanted pregnancy.