The fight goes on

by Aaron Wherry

A news release from Stephen Woodworth’s office.

Acknowledging that the defeat of Motion 312 will disappoint the thousands of Canadians who took time to express their support, Stephen Woodworth vowed to fight on against the denial of the worth and dignity of every human found in subsection 223(1) of the Criminal Code.

“I will be there to encourage and to speak out in defence of the Canadian values championed by Motion 312” he said. “If possible, I’ll travel the country to talk about the very, very grave importance of enshrining in Canadian law the equal worth and dignity of every human being”.

Woodworth called on Canadians to redouble their efforts to promote the view that democratic institutions, honest laws and every human being are more important than preoccupation with abortion or any other agenda or ideology.




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The fight goes on

  1. Travel away Mr. Woodworth, just make sure it’s on your dime.

  2. I wonder if the good people of Kitchener Center realized they were electing a one-trick pony

    • Some of us did. Those that didn’t vote his way. It was a classic case of splitting the vote, though.

  3. Well of course he would, he received a lot of support. You don’t see those rabid enviro-cultists on the left abandoning their radical economic ideas every time voters roundly reject them. Why should those on the right do any different?

  4. “Woodworth called on Canadians to redouble their efforts to promote the view that democratic institutions, honest laws and every human being are more important than preoccupation with abortion or any other agenda or ideology.”

    Every human being?
    Every last one?
    Even the upwards of 20,000 children under the age of 5 who die every day from wholly preventable causes because, partly, all Canadians enjoy the privileged lifestyles they do?

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