Rona Ambrose intervened to quash pro-life motion for Tories’ convention: report

OTTAWA, May 4, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — Conservative leader Rona Ambrose intervened to quash an already-approved motion to discuss the party’s policy of opposing legislation on abortion at its May 26-28 national convention in Vancouver, according to sources cited in an exclusive report by The Interim, Canada’s life and family newspaper.

And Calgary MP Michelle Rempel may have strongly influenced Ambrose to take the “highly unusual” step of requesting that the policy committee reverse its approval of the measure, called Motion 503.

  • BillyHW

    Women love abortion. It’s their most favourite thing in the world.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Sometimes BillyHW you step over that Louis C.K, line.
      There’s a joke he said where he asked if you saw a dead kid on the ground would it be wrong to fuck it.

      • FivePointSpurgeon

        He’s right, Billy is. Team Woman won’t come out against it because they’re for it, deep down.

        Look at the everybody’s favorite alleged conservative Ted Cruz. Even he wouldn’t allow a woman to be punished for it.

  • FivePointSpurgeon

    Let’s get more women in the Conservative Party Leadership! Surely nothing bad can happen….. right?

    • BillyHW

      C’mon, it’s 2016.


      • FivePointSpurgeon

        “You just want to take us back to the 50s!!”

        Yes, the 1850s.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Canada doesn’t presently have an abortion law.

      • Justin St.Denis

        Yup, Canada is “Abortion Central” alright. Truly awful, and indicative of just how SPINELESS Canada and Canadians have become.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          My wife had a molar pregnancy.
          It’s where there is no fetus but the placenta remains.
          And without the brains it grows like a cancer.
          She had to have it removed and then be monitored for a year.
          It gave rise to a good reproach from her.
          She said my sperm tried to kill her.
          I said well she had it last.

      • FivePointSpurgeon

        Nor will it ever. This country is too fem centred and too left wing to ever outlaw it.

  • Spatchcocked

    Morgentaler….abortionist….MD……recipient of the Odour of Canada in which the country honours its most distinguished citizens.

    Say no more. We’re doomed…….utterly doomed.

    • ontario john

      Harooooon has the Order of Canada as well. I think the Toronto Star is in charge of giving them out.

      • Justin St.Denis

        The Order of Canada has been reduced to “redundant bauble” status since even stupid Canadians recognize that “accomplishment” and “service to Canada” have nothing whatsoever to do with the awarding of the OC.

  • Kaye92

    Rona Ambrose and Michelle Rempel: If they’re the best the “conservative” party have to offer … left wing, progressive b*tches , both of them.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Women are not incapable of being genuinely conservative (Margaret Thatcher), but women who have never employed other women in a private sector enterprise are incapable of being genuine conservatives. That is why I take most female politicians with a grain of salt UNLESS they are/were accomplished private-sector businesswomen.

      • FivePointSpurgeon

        Even that’s a non-starter. How conservative can she be if she’s not exhibiting it? Awful difficult to be conservative when they can’t be feminine.

  • Jim Horne

    “The Conservative Party of Canada is at a crossroads. True conservatives are ready to split for good, and some notable ones already have – often going over temporarily (at least) to the Liberal Party, of all places, or sitting in the no man’s land between, which shows just how toxic the Conservative Party’s new identity politics games(wo)manship and other problems have become.”

    The feminist ‘Conservative’ Party of Canada? No thanks.
    Sierra Rayne, American Thinker

    • ontario john

      Too bad the Christian Heritage Party wasn’t more popular with voters. I always enjoy their website.

      • Jim Horne

        Perhaps, it’s time for a CPC leader who is a populist to take the reigns of the party.

        With the odd exception, the more that I listen to the various people seeking the leadership of the party, the less I see or hear them them representing a true conservative viewpoint.

    • simus1

      The Enviro Genocidists also favour large “cutbacks” in the overlarge proportion the unprogressive working class takes up in our population.
      Perhaps “Rona and Mich” could slip that in as a compromise.

  • ntt1

    why doesn’t she just join the liberals? she could rise rapidly by leveling false accusations of sexual improprieties against all competition, ensuring their expulsion without a hearing.