MP McLeod must know the abortion issue is not settled
Re: (‘McLeod does not support fellow PMs’ abortion probe,’ Feb. 5):
The issue of the MPs’ letter referred to is not about abortion, but about the fact babies were alive and left to die, sometimes struggling for hours.
Once they are born, they are human beings under the law and must be respected and treated with all appropriate medical treatment; otherwise, it is infanticide and an indictable offense under sections 223, 233, 238 of the Criminal Code of Canada.
McLeod was quoted as saying the government has to “stay focused” on its economic agenda.
In order to have a robust economy, we need to have a growing population.
As a member of the Canadian public, I can tell McLeod the issue of abortion is not settled.
We have lost over three-million citizens and all their future generations with all their talents.
And we have used countless millions of health-care dollars to pay for this “choice” at the cost of real health care.
We also expect our government to uphold the laws of our country.