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    And yes, if you become PM Vic Park I am moving country too
    I'd rather VicPark than Tony Abbot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I'd rather VicPark than Tony Abbot.
    Lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by the girls mum View Post
    And re the terminations being illegal in qld? They arent illegal as far as I am aware.
    They need to be deemed medically necessary (ie be either physically or mentally detrimental to the mother or baby)

    My SIL had to go to tweed for a termination as it was deemed medically unnecessary by her Dr (she was 17 at the time)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I'd rather VicPark than Tony Abbot.
    Why thankyou Ma'am!

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    I'd rather Ronald McDonald than vic park!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    I'd rather Ronald McDonald than vic park!
    See I actually have more issues with McDonald's than I have with VicPark, but that's a whole other thread.

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    Provided VicPark keeps her promise to subtly reveal herself, I'll print the HTVs.

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    Cool. I'll be campaign manager.

    So VicPark? Up for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    I'd rather Ronald McDonald than vic park!
    He he!

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    You are talking about one family member, this is about a person carrying another human inside them, you cannot separate them. You are taking away someones rights by giving rights to something they are carrying.


    Why is it an over-reaction there are real risks involved in these things. Sorry but the bolded bit made me laugh, oh the irony, so these babies are not as important as those babies of drug addicted mothers? Do you know the death rates/health implications of the babies affected by what you have listed?


    *I just want to add that I am not trying to compare particular choices simply the right to make any choices. I support women to make ANY of these choices.
    Ok, I've had a busy afternoon so only have just seen this post. All I was saying is that people seem to either be jumping way ahead and suggesting the proposed law would eventually lead to locking up mothers for eating cheese, or suggesting that not breastfeeding or having a c-sec is the same degree of negligence. I was simply saying they are totally different. Elective c/s is done under medical supervision and the risks are managed (but still exist, I understand that). I don't honestly think you would believe FFing is as risky as injecting heroin throughout pregnancy. Totally different.

    It's like any law - take assault for example. You could technically argue that having a law against punching someone could lead to making a friendly hug illegal without written consent from the recipient. But that's a big jump and no reason to avoid assault laws. Again, I'm not saying I agree with the proposal, just trying to discuss both sides.

    As I said, I'm conflicted on this issue. I would imagine most people would feel sick thinking about those poor babies being born with alcohol or drug related problems do its understandable that people want to do something about it.

    I think I'm going to get smashed in this thread so i might keep out of it now!

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